Music Movies…

Last night I caught Scratch which covers the entire Turntable and Hip-Hop movement from the initial scratch on Herbie Hancock’s Rockit

SCRATCH is the critically-acclaimed, award-winning, feature length film about hip-hop DJs and the turntablist movement. From the South Bronx in the 70’s to San Francisco today, the world’s best scratchers, diggers, party-rockers and producers celebrate beats, breaks, battles, and the infinite possibilities of vinyl…

This morning I happened to catch Hype, which covers the “Seattle Scene” and provides insight from the music makers.

They are both directed by Doug Pray and have a very similar quality to them. Both seem to running on cable this month on Showtime, so set your Tivo.

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