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No one agree with us that it sounds like hip-hop" Bangalter recalled that the kick drum had previously been used in their track "Alive", and they decided to use it a second time.
The riff featured prominently in "Da Funk" was originally a siren sound, but was changed to reflect the "gangsta rap" aesthetic they were trying to achieve.
Some filmmakers I admire have missed out on my list here, as they have a whole body of work that is interesting, with not the one film that stands out. An extraordinary essay film about acting on the one hand (with playful jokes) and murder on the other (with disturbing details).This later film is a romance, a doomed moment, with music by John Cale, and it is brilliant. As if one dark masterpiece wasn't enough (see above), Tammer made a second dark masterpiece in the '80s, but this time in the form of a documentary about a WWII soldier in Japan. Argall's sensitive touch marks this as the best of various "naturalistic" type features Australia has produced ( Nedelkopoulos has undergone an explosion of creativity in recent years, manipulating different versions of his digital effects.After Zenner died in 2008, this film was found in his belongings, and is a classic slice of Australian punk, both literally and figuratively, as razor sharp editing and collage techniques enliven the documentary on several punk bands. Seeing a dozen or so of his films, this one struck me as very powerful and engaging."Da Funk" was initially released as a 12 inch single in 1995 under the Soma Quality Recordings label, with the B-side "Rollin' & Scratchin'".
The pressing was limited to 2,000 copies and was "virtually ignored" according to a Muzik magazine feature at the time.
Kotsanis, the Super 8 rebel, played this film one night at a screening in "expanded" form, waving the projector around. The ultimate expression of and antithesis to the Super 8 "doll" genre, Rees' classic short film flies wildly above every theory one could have about dolls and the animation of them. Michael Hutchence is actually okay in this role, and the film was shot only a few years after the time it details - it is an enjoyable portrait of a certain time in Melbourne, of the innercity punk scene.