If you really like house music, with duo Mirko and Mex, aka Double Bass you will love it! They are resident DJs on Freestyler who collect their knowledge in most popular clubs in Belgrade.
If you already love house music, it’s possible that you know or have seen some of the documentaries, which we recommend.
HOUSE DOCUMENTARIES OF ALL TIMES
Angie Terrell (beatport.com) makes a list of 10 favorites house documentaries, but we will present you top 5! They are must see!
5. From Jack to Juke: 25 Years of Ghetto House – Terrell wrote that this great documentary explains the history of “jack,” “juke,” “booty,” and “ghetto” with DJ Gant-Man, DJ Superman, DJ V-Dub, and plenty of others.
4. Real Scenes: Johannesburg – This is very special documentary, because it’s the most contemporary documentary of all the choices, by the words of Angie Terell. She wrote: “This Resident Advisor-produced film is a great synopsis of the hold that house music has on South Africa right now.”With this said, there is no reason for us not to see it.
3. Maestro: The History of House Music & NYC Club Culture – The title is telling us a lot about this documentary and, as we expected, Maestro focuses on New York City club culture and how The Continental Baths, The Paradise Garage, and The Loft helped give rise to the global DJ phenomenon.
2. Back in the House – Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, David Morales, Roger Sanchez led the charge ushering in the “new” production talents of Mousse T, Armand Van Helden, and Daft Punk.
1. Pump Up the Volume – First place is reserved for this timeless documentary that is all about the history of house music up until the mid-1990s. The series features legends like Frankie Knuckles, Marshall Jefferson, Pete Tong, Jesse Saunders, Happy Mondays, and more. Unlike the previous one, when we were focused on NYC, this one is taking us from Chicago to London and beyond.