German techno duo Pan-Pot’s most recent EP White Fiction is still on heavy rotation on our various msuic players, but what we have not yet mentioned to you, our adoring readers, is the very well-produced documentary that came along with the EP’s release back at the end of last year. Pan-Pot might not be a name quite as well-known to some of us stateside, but it is clear from this documentary they are a massive force to be reckoned globally.
On the day before the release of Swedish House Mafia’s final Until Now album we thought it’d be cool to share their documentary, Take One. Many of you have probably seen it already, but if not, it’s a great look at Axwell, Steve, and Seb right as Swedish House Mafia was starting to take off. This is from a time long before things like “Greyhound,” “Masquerade Motel,” Madison Square Garden, and Milton Keynes Bowl were in the equation, and it’s pretty crazy to see how far they have come in just a few years. Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s impossible to overlook their incredible rise to superstardom. Take One is a solid throwback to remind everyone how they got here.
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Last weekend you got a history lesson with How Clubbing Changed The World and this week we’re fast forwarding to 2012. A Year In the Life of Armin Van Buuren just went live on KLM’s YouTube channel, and it’s a great way to spend an hour of your weekend.
Sometimes you can judge an event based on the line that forms even before the doors open. First, are there actually people waiting outside? How far down the street does the line stretch? How loud are those people waiting in the queue? Saturday, August 27th at Slagthuset in Malmö, Sweden, we could follow the the parade of loud clubbers for blocks — up the cobblestone streets all the way from the train station straight into to the venue. But the journey to Avicii didn’t start there, for us at least. Read along for a special look at an Avicii set in which we weren’t just spectators, but included in the action behind the scenes.
There’s no denying that DJs are a hot commodity right now, and connecting with their fanbase is an easy way to harness support. Yesterday we caught Afrojack’s EDC wrapup video, and today we present one from Max Vangeli during Miami Music Week. This “mini-documentary” features Max giving some great commentary over video footage taken at various parties and locations over the sunny seven days. Cameos from Kaskade and AN21 make it even more worth the watch, but the production quality alone is really impressive. If you’ve got six minutes to spare, be sure to click that play button above — and don’t forget to watch our own videos on YouTube for even more similar content. Shouldn’t it be required of all DJs to do one of these?
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We’re still reeling from the sheer amount of music that came out of EDC Vegas, but it looks like we won’t have to wait long for more electric goodness. For one night only, August 4, the “Electric Daisy Carnival Experience” will be aired in movie theaters nationwide. The documentary features clips from some of our favorite DJs ever, including Kaskade, SHM, Afrojack, deadmau5, and Laidback Luke. No word on whether or not you’ll be able to download a copy on iTunes or stream via Netflix, but we have a feeling that you won’t be totally SOL if you can’t make it to a theater when August 4th rolls around. Full list of participating theaters is available here.
PS: We’re throwing the official EDC 2011 teaser up after the break… just to make the wait a little even more painful.