Grass roots documentary, “Hands To The Sky”
is about the uplifting and spirited experience of the outdoor house music movement.
A screening and dance party will take place on Saturday, May 25th, at the Mist in Harlem New York. With showtimes 7pm and 8:30pm there will be an after-party featuring the legendary DJ/Producer Teddy Douglas of the Basement Boys, whose has produced hit songs for Ultranate, Crystal Waters, and so many others. Also spinning is another legend in soulful house scene, Andre Collins
The documentary shares universal love of house music and outdoors events.
Check out the trailer here:
Over a two-year period, My House Rocs followed this music out of the clubs and house parties and into the parks and beaches where an estimated 100,000 House Music fans gather to dance, commune and rejoice in the summer heat. From Coney Island to Fort Greene Park to various public spaces in and around New York City, Hands to the Sky interviews dancers, event promoters, deejays and performers who share personal, often poignant anecdotes and recollections of how House Music in general, and these outdoor functions specifically, have shaped their worldviews, established lasting relationships and inspired dreams and aspirations. (READ MORE)
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