BANG! Episode #1 ft. Skrillex & Boys Noize from POTATO : Short Film On Birthplace of Electronic Dance Music and the City that Raised It, Detroit [VIDEO]

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POTATO the new YouTube channel from Diplo, Skrillex and A-Trak has launched with it’s first show Bang! The first episode features SkrillexBoys Noize and Kevin Saunderson highlighting the Birthplace of Electronic Dance Music and Techno and the city it took place in, Detroit, Michigan. There are interviews with Kevin Saunderson talking about his trio who are regearded as one of the originators of Techno, the Bellview Three (Alongside Derrick May and Juan Atkings). There are also interviews with Skrillex (Sonny Moore) and Boys Noize (Alexander Ridha) and scenes from their New Years Show of the same name The Bang that took place in Detroit at Palace of Auburn Hills.

It is extremely awesome to see someone like Skrillex who has such a large diverse fanbase both young and old and also rookie and veterans in the scene wanting to educate everyone about the origins of the birth of dance music and techno. I guess you could say he “Put His Hands Up For Detroit” What do you think? Comment below.

Read more details on POTATO from Skrillex, Diplo and A-Trak Here

2 Comments to “BANG! Episode #1 ft. Skrillex & Boys Noize from POTATO : Short Film On Birthplace of Electronic Dance Music and the City that Raised It, Detroit [VIDEO]”

  • I thanks to you that you make all new songs for your fans

  • As much as I love these guys music, I think you’ll find that a fair proportion of EDM came from England, Dubstep, for example, began in South London.

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