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Sticky Carpet DVD

Sticky Carpet, a recent documentary on Melbourne's independent music scene, is coming out on DVD on 8 March 2007, and will feature over an hour of bonus material, including live footage and film clips:
This raw and vital film collects interviews from musicians currently leading the charge in Melbourne's underground. Not restricted to any one genre the film brings together everyone from sound explorers Robin Fox and Rod Cooper to and Melbourne scene stalwarts like Ross Knight (Cosmic Psychos), Bruce Milne (founder of Au-Go-Go Records, In-Fidelity Records) and Roland S. Howard (Boys Next Door, The Birthday Party).
Bands included on the documentary: The Stabs, HTRK, My Disco, Colditz Glider, The Birthday Party, Baseball, Group Seizure, True Radical Miracle, Cockfight Shootout, Nation Blue, The Sinking Citizenship, Agents of Abhorrence, Civil Dissent, ABC Weapons, Pisschrist, The Dacios, The Sailors, Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Depression, Trash 'n' Chaos, Batrider, Ninetynine, The Stabs, The Assassination Collective, Digger and the Pussycats, The Losers, Bored!
It looks like a DVD well worth getting.

There are 1 comments on "Sticky Carpet DVD":

Posted by: datakid Thu Feb 15 07:37:02 2007

I saw a pre release of this over a year ago - some old tassie champs were involved - emma and pip from 'love the bomb' who may now be living/touring in edinburgh? - and it was great - so invigorating and inspiring, plus so much great raw footage. Having said that, the cut I saw could also have been given the title "Steve Albini, Shellac and Big Black are never mentioned by name in the film". :)

Of course, I'm also a sucker for anything to do with the assassination collective

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