Re: Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay, new documentary on industrial
I saw this at a cinema screening when it was first released last year. I didn't really know anything about industrial, but coming from a punk background, I was interested. Really good film, and it got me into discovering different industrial music. It was pretty short though.
I think that is subtle marketing because I just had to google 'industrialdvd' to see what it was about.
If they want 'donations' they don't need to get it this lame way.
Nowadays you can make your own documentary with a cell phone for free. Just sayin'.
So she bought a track from you, and you had to go out of your way to find out what the project was, and think that was a solicitation?
anyway, it was a well produced movie with a lot of the pioneers of industrial appearing in it, not some slapped together cell phone video. The project was almost completely self-funded, and I'm guessing it took a lot of work, and probably travel to get all the various interviews (I noticed you like rhythmic noise, among the interviews were Udo Weismann of Hands, and Stefan Alt of Ant-Zen).
if you want a different opinion from the one you've suggested, from somebody whose thoughts on the subject might be deemed relevant, start watching this at 6:03 in: