I LOVE this documentary. Skream’s honesty gives a real insight into not only his own life as one of electronic music’s most well known DJ-producer’s but also, I ffeel, the nuances and politics of the occupation as a whole. I was very happy to contribute a couple of my photos to the film. Big up it’s director Mikhail.
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