The final edit of the Speaking in Code trailer, from David Casey and Dan Gahr. Music from Wighnomy Bros., The Field and Modeselektor.
A TOUR OF KOMPAKT
Exclusive first-look access to one of the extras on the the Speaking in Code DVD. A tour of Kompakt with Michael Mayer. Available for a limited time on Pitchfork TV.
SIX MILLION DOLLAR DAN AND MIKE UZZI
As members of the Unlocked Groove collective, Dan and Mike worked tirelessly to make techno a part of the Boston music community, to varying degrees of success. Here, we watch as they make some music in a Cambridge, MA basement. For more on the now-defunct collective head to unlockedgroove.com.
BRYAN KASENIC PROMOTES MINIMALISM IN NEW YORK CITY
In one of many deleted scenes from Speaking In Code (the producers had 100s of hours of footage), Bryan Kasenic, aka Spinoza, sets up an underground club in Greenwich Village for his minimal night. Bryan runs the Bunker and Beyond Booking in NYC.
MONOLAKE TOURS DUBPLATES AND MASTERING
An outtake from the film Speaking in Code. Monolake, on of the inventors of the Ableton Live software, gives our camera a tour of Dubplates and Mastering, which is regarded as the premiere record cutting facility in the world. For more on Monolake, head to monolake.de.
DAVID GOES TO POLLERWEISEN AND MEETS RICHIE HAWTIN
Speaking in Code's David Day attends Pollerweisen in Koln, and speaks briefly to Richie Hawtin. It is the first time he has ever attended an outdoor rave. This is extra content, outside of the DVD experience. Available exclusively online.
A teaser trailer, using the first batch of footage. From Geoff Birmingham and Nate DeYoung. Music from Modeselektor.
BEHIND THE SCENES SLIDESHOW
Set to Akufen's brilliant remix of International Pony's "Leaving Home,"a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Speaking in Code production, featuring pictures from Barcelona, Koln, Berlin, Jena, Montreal, Boston, Miami and Amsterdam with some of the characters who made our film happen. Thank you. All images ©2007-2010 sQuare productions
AN AMERICAN CLOSE-UP
A short experimental doc exploring textures and sounds that define urban and rural places. Still Photos, Editing & Sound Design: Amy Grill. Additional Sound Recording: David Day & Aaron Grill. Music by Kompakt.