BBC Four - Can You Feel It - 21 September 2018

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BBC Four - Can You Feel It - 21 September 2018

Post by markus » 15 Sep 2018 21:24

BBC Four - Friday 21st and 28th September and Friday 5th October at 10pm UK time and on BBC iPlayer.

Can You Feel It is the story of the dance revolution - the beat, the clubs and the DJs that changed music culture forever. A cast of the biggest names in House, Techno and EDM plot the journey of the irresistible 4/4 beat. Can You Feel It is the story of the dance revolution - the beat that changed the world, the clubs that changed culture and the DJs who led the charge. In this uplifting and fascinating series some of the biggest names in House, Techno and EDM reveal the secrets of creating and playing great dance music as we follow the journey of the irresistible 4/4 beat and discover how house and dance has evolved from an underground musical movement for outsider minorities to a genuinely global culture with huge business brands and celebrity status artists.

From some of today’s House superstars to the most vital pioneers of the sound, the series has a stellar cast telling captivating, emotional and surprising stories. Instantly recognisable stars and overlooked originators open up about the things that inspire them, about the art, politics and process of creating the music we love, and how it feels to be part of a musical revolution that has brought millions heartfelt joy and changed lives. From the sexually liberated downtown clubs of disco era New York to the energy and experimentation of 80’s Chicago and Detroit, from the wild abandon of British rave culture to the commercialised hedonism and spectacle of the super clubs Can You Feel It is a thrilling aural, visual and emotional journey driven by that pulsating 4/4 beat. With an overall narrative arc across the series each episode explores one of three central pillars of the dance music phenomenon.

Part 1 - The Beat.
The journey of the 4/4 beat from its disco origins, through remix culture in to house, techno and today’s EDM explosion. A glorious 60 minute rush through the invention of a genre - as told by the people who invented it.

Part 2 - The Club
A celebration of the most important cultural entertainment space of the last thirty years - the club. The story of how club culture went from shady Chicago lofts to dessert casinos.

Part 3 - The DJ
The extraordinary story of the DJ. A cast that features todays biggest DJ stars and pioneers plot the amazing DJ path from invisibility to centre stage. Why are people who play records today’s highest paid stars?

Can You Feel It features the following contributors :

Joe Smooth
Vince Lawrence
Marshall Jefferson
Steve Aoki
David Guetta
Juan Atkins
Kevin Saunderson
Derrick May
Moby
Paul Oakenfold
Nicky Siano
Norman Cook
Bob Sinclair
Earl Young
Bob Blank
Francois Kevorkian
Tom Moulton
Lori Branch
Craig Loftis
Robert Williams
Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley
Rachel Cain
Jessie Saunders
Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk
Pete Tong
Mark Moore
Andrew Barker
Graham Massey

Paul Van Dyk
Danny Rampling
Wayne Anthony
Charlie Colston-Hayter
Victor De La Serna
Alex Rosner
David Morales
Robert Owens
Jose Xtravaganza
Karl Xtravaganza
Rachel Cain
Stephen Morris
Barnard Summer
Mike Pickering
Ben Kelly
Noel Watson
Terry Farley
Cymon Eckel
Fitzroy Heslop (Fabio)
James Barton
Jayne Casey
Andy McKay
Dawn Hindle
Nick McCabe
Nina Kravitz
Richard Melville Hall (Moby)
Tiesto
Greg Wilson
Jeff Mills
John Digweed
DJ Alfredo
Lola Alfredo (DJ Alfredo’s daughter)
Fitzroy Heslop (Fabio)
James Barton
Black Madonna
Midland

Producer / Directors : Nico Wasserman and James Giles
Series Producer : Steve Condie
Executive Producer : Jez Nelson
BBC Commissioning Editor : Emma Cahusac
A Somethin’ Else Production for BBC 4

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Re: BBC Four - Can You Feel It - 21 September 2018

Post by graham » 20 Sep 2018 10:29

Starts this Friday 21 st on BBC4 -

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