berliner trance - neat (old!) movie

berliner trance - neat (old!) movie
"berliner trance - neat (old!) movie"

This lost classic, shot on 16mm in a wintry Berlin in 1993, explores the origins of the now monumentally massive German Trance and Dance music scene.

With interviews with luminaries such as Dr Motte, Paul van Dyk, Laurent Garnier, Paul Browse, Mijk van Dijk and MFS label supremo Mr Mark Reeder this now legendary exploration into the underworld of what was the most significant force in driving dance music forward in the 20th century. It contains rare early footage of the 1991 and 1993 Love Parade, and of the now bulldozed Mutoid Waste Company land, E-Werk and Tresor - Berlin's legendary (and now closed) clubs that started it all in the former East Berlin.

Directed by Ben Hardyment, this documentary is imbued with an uplifting and extremely positive energy - there are rumours of a film sequel in the pipeline, but for now, sit back and enjoy 25 minutes of pure trance music history.

household hints

when buying laundry detergent at the store, be sure that its actually detergent, and not fabric softener. the seventh generation and bottles are the same color. i'm used to and . i made the mistake when buying it off the shelf, and got two bottles at the time.. and then never really looked at it closely again until i had had bought "more". doh! at least there were no ill effects, other than my clothes being nice and soft :)
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colbert rocks!

Stephen Colbert kicks ass at White House press corps dinner: "Cory Doctorow: Stephen Colbert's routine at last night's White House Press Corps dinner sounds like one of those perfect moments of comedy and commentary -- someone, find me a transcript!
Colbert, who spoke in the guise of his talk show character, who ostensibly supports the president strongly, urged the Bush to ignore his low approval ratings, saying they were based on reality, 'and reality has a well-known liberal bias.'

He attacked those in the press who claim that the shake-up at the White House was merely re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. 'This administration is soaring, not sinking,' he said. 'They are re-arranging the deck chairs--on the Hindenburg.'

Colbert told Bush he could end the problem of protests by retired generals by refusing to let them retire. He compared Bush to Rocky Balboa in the 'Rocky' movies, always getting punched in the face--'and Apollo Creed is everything else in the world.'

Link (Thanks, Stefan!)

Update: Thanks to Butter71 for links to the transcript and video! w00t!

Update 2: Here's a high-quality torrent of the video. "

(Via Boing Boing Blog.)


yesterday was the river run in jacksonville and my dad ran the race.. and the local paper's website had a pic of my mom!

i also stumbled across current_, which i guess isn't really new, but its neat. better background tv than old history crap all day.