“Dub Echoes” is a documentary that traces the origins of the Jamaican dub music and it’s influence on the development of hip hop and electronic music.The film shows how the Jamaican invention called dub ended up influencing much of the music we hear today, from electronic music to hip-hop, transforming the studio in a musical instrument and giving way to all of sonic experiments.
Eye-sential images: latent, lingering, and off-screen.
Dan and Baz are looking for kicks on their last day of school. Cork medical students Jack and Sean arrive to find their way among Ireland's affluent youth, and songwriter Fi struggles to break through on the cutthroat Dublin music scene.
The DUB BMX crew are back at it again with their new feature length film.
Billy Franey comedy
A short film starring Harold Lloyd.
Dubfiles have documented the scene's biggest players from Skream to Caspa to Joe Nice, in a Grime DVD style format with interviews discussing their backgrounds, influences and personal views on politics, art, existentialism and food.
Produced by Frank Zappa in 1982, The Dub Room Special combines footage from a performance at the KCET studios in Los Angeles on August 27, 1974, a concert performed at The Palladium, NYC on October 31, 1981, some clay animation by Bruce Bickford, and several interviews. Previously only available through mail-order, it was made widely available on DVD on October 17, 2005.
Dub Side Of The Mule was recorded at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on December 31, 2006. Warren Haynes and Co. were joined by a bevy of guests that night including John Popper, Gregg Allman and reggae legend Toots Hibbert.
The Easy Star All-Stars performing Dub Side of the Moon live at the State Theater in Falls Church, Virginia, interspersed with original animation.
Atmosphere concert and tour footage following the release of the album God Loves Ugly.
In the California apple country, 900 migratory workers rise 'in dubious battle' against the landowners. The group takes on a life of its own—stronger than its individual members, and more frightening. Led by the doomed Jim Nolan, the strike is founded on his tragic idealism—'courage, never submit, or yield'.
A censored re-edit of the first 66 episodes of the DBZ TV anime reducing the content to 53 episodes with voice acting from the Ocean Group.