In anticipation of their showcase, MUTEK has released two significant excerpts from the film. One talks to Carl Craig, Detroit techno legend, top. Craig describes how this tech has influenced his music, and what inspired him to look at modulars. The other clip – true to MUTEK’s Canadian home base and the origin country of the film itself – looks at Canada’s contribution to electronic music history. Detroit’s place in techno certainly needs no introduction, but it’s about time Canada got its role in synthesis recognized (below), having given the world pioneer Hugh Le Caine and the University of Toronto Electronic Music Lab, among other highlights. This excerpt turns the clock forward to modern-day synth goodness. We’re of course happy to know of a certain digital synth designed in Canada, but here the modular Renaissance gets the spotlight. As the film creators explain:
Following on-the-verge artist Will Gray through the recording of his debut album (featuring production by Grammy Award-winning producer, T Bone Burnett), Broke* chronicles the stories of artists and executives searching for ways to thrive in the face of today's music industry challenges.
Featuring candid interviews with industry insiders and intimate profiles of some of the brightest emerging musical talent in the country, the film digs beneath the clichés and standard storylines to reveal an industry struggling to find a new identity and an artist who's simply trying to establish one.
Du turntablism radical (Otomo Yoshihide) à l’innovation musicale informatique (Numb), en passant par l’audace instrumentale (Sakamoto Hiromichi), la scène de musiques actuelles de Tokyo constitue une avant-garde que personne ne peut plus ignorer. Tout en présentant des acteurs majeurs de cette scène, We Don't Care About Music Anyway… propose une vision kaléidoscopique de Tokyo, confrontant musique et bruit, sons et images, représentation et réalité, fiction et documentaire. http://www.gaite-lyrique.net/programmation/evenement/we-dont-care-about-music-anyway-0
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