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Electronica Reykjavik / Rafmögnuð Reykjavík

Electronica Reykjavik is the story of a revolution in music. The electronic and house music of the late 80´s and early 90´s has made and affected a whole generation of musicians. A scene of mostly underground and avant-garde Icelandic electronic artists emerged, many of which are portrayed in the film. Be prepared for the deepest rhythms of nature and above all a very sexy party. Featuring highly rare footage from the early days of Dance music as well as a selection of some of the finest Reykjavik artists.
Artists: Gus Gus, DJ Grétar – Grétar Gunnarsson, DJ Frímann – Frímann Andrésson, Thor – Þórhallur Skúlason, Biggi Veira – Birgir Þórarinsson, DJ Maggi Legó – Magnús Guðmundsson, Anonymous – Marlon Pollock og Tanya Pollock, DJ Agzilla – Agnar Agnarsson, Biogen – Sigurbjörn Þorgrímsson, Hermigervill – Sveinbjörn Thorarensen, Frank Murder – Þorgeir Frímann Óðinsson, Earth – Urður Hákonardóttir, Curver Thoroddsen, Einar Örn Benediktsson, President Bongo – Stephan Stephensen
Director/Scriptwriter: Arnar Jónasson
Editor: Kristján Loðmfjörð
Sound design: Björn Viktorsson, Steingrímur Eyfjörð & Bogi Reynisson
Domestic release: September 27th 2008 @ RIFFExecutive Producers: Skúli Fr. Malmquist & Þórir Snær Sigurjónsson
Producers: Grímar Jónsson & Arnar Jónasson
Co-producer: Hlín Jóhannesdóttir
Production company: Zik Zak Filmworks
Supported by: The Icelandic Film Centre & Icelandair
Running time: 50 min


Electronica Reykjavik / Rafmögnuð Reykjavík Full documentary from zik zak

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