An engaging, chest-thumping documentary takes us back to the days when DJ culture first began to revolutionize the dance floor in New York City, and charts the evolution of an experimental outsider form into a worldwide phenomenon. Taylor Neary’s dynamic film covers the growth of dance music from its early incarnations as house music, to the rave culture of the 90s, to today’s massive European dance festivals. This stylish film features interviews with dozens of the most famous DJs of the last 25 years—including Frankie Knuckles, Carl Cox, Goldie, Tall Paul, David Morales, Louie Vega and Tony Humphries.