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Smirnoff & Dub-Stuy: The Sound of Bed-Stuy documentary


From Stept Studios, with support from Smirnoff, comes The Sound of Bed-Stuy, a short documentary shedding light on sound system culture in New York City through the lens of Dub-Stuy, a Brooklyn-based music collective.


The documentary features interviews with collective founder Quoc Pham and affiliated artists JonnyGo Figure, Hilla Bundem and Blakkamoore.


The Sound of Bed-Stuy and an extended director's cut will be available via Youtube on Tuesday, January 17th, with a special screening and after party at 8:00pm on Saturday, January 21st, at Tip Top (432 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn). Additional screenings will take place in Austin and Los Angeles throughout February with more dates to be announced.


"The film does a great job conveying the inherent power of sound systems and the community ethos that is fundamental to sound system culture and to a larger extent DIY club culture. We're proud to help continue the legacy and tradition of sound systems in New York City, and I hope that our story inspires other people to do the same in their own communities." Quoc Pham, Founder of Dub-Stuy

This film is part of Come On In, a docuseries that celebrates the life and colour of America’s diverse cultures. Following three stories in Chicago, Atlanta and Brooklyn, Come On In is a love letter to the irrepressible American spirit and to how passions can unite people to create communities that inspire and amplify their voices.


Trailer:


Screenings Info: New York / Saturday January 21st Tip Top, 432 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

8:00pm screening followed by after party Event Info & RSVP


Austin / Sunday February 5th Native Bar & Cafe, 807 E4th St, Austin, TX

8:00pm screening followed by after party Event Info & RSVP


Los Angeles / Wednesday February 15th The Semi-Tropic, 1412 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

6:30pm screening followed by after party

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