[THUMP] In the beginning, when we were making this music, we had no idea how the world would be affected by our music. We were just making it because we love what we do. It’s something you really can’t foresee, but technology, the music— I think it was a gift that happened to take off to the rest of the world. [RICHIE HAWTIN] [KREWELLA] [CAJMERE] [ABOVE & BEYOND] [CLOCKWORK] [DADA LIFE] [THE 2 BEARS] [DERRICK MAY] [KEVIN SAUNDERSON] [JEROME LOL] [BAAUER] [SOUL CLAP] [DUBFIRE] [ZEDS DEAD] [BLACKOUT] [THE STORY OF A NIGHT OUT AROUND THE WORLD] [NEW YORK] And what’s your name? Nektarios. [NEKTARIOS] ReSolute started in 2007, and we did one Sunday party, and it was the beginning of a series of parties that we wanted to do in this church, and we named it “Holy ReSolute.” Over here, were office spaces, an apartment for the priest. My father and my mother heard about these parties here—they were not very happy. And actually, I had to convince my father, who’s a priest, I had to tell him, “What do you prefer?” “Have a church with seven, eight people every Sunday?” “Or with thousands, a thousand-five-hundred people?” I think it’s a very similar concept, you know. People are getting together. I think it’s pretty spiritual. Especially when they’re in that kind of a space. Hopefully, NYPD will be nice to us today. Okay. [BASS BUNNIES] I’ve been trying not to buy cigarettes because they’re too expensive, but … And I’m trying to not smoke cigarettes, but I don’t really care because Mark is DJ’ing. So, whatever. Do whatever. We’re splitting it, so it’s not as bad. They always make my ears look so weird. Which ears are you talking about? No, my real ears look so weird when I … So, basically now it’s just a thing. We wear them every time that there’s an awesome bass show or festival, or whatever. We wear our ears and everybody recognizes us. Clean. Aw! Drink. Oh, that is nasty. Is that you? [TOKYO] [MASA] [Music plays a big part to connect Japan with the world.] [I believe in it, that’s why I keep organizing parties in Tokyo.] [Having lived this way …] [If it wasn’t music, I wouldn’t be who I am now …] I wouldn’t be here.] [BERLIN] [ANNA & MASHA] In Berlin, you go to the club on fucking Sunday afternoon. You wake up, have breakfast, then you start having drinks, then you go to a club. [DETROIT] I’ve been collecting about ten years, Alfonso Ribeiro? [ERNIE] That’s my dude right there. Our whole service industry is all musicians. I mean, you can go to some restaurants in Detroit, there’s DJs that play all over the world, working as your server or your bartender. [MIKE] That’s kind of what Detroit’s like. It’s pretty fun like that. [PARIS] [LOLA] Yeah, of course. I’m at my house. I’m waiting for you, bitch. [That was Lexi my coworker from American Apparel.] [She’s going to join us with Kegan. She’s from New York. She’s cool.] [TOKYO] [MEXICO] [NEW YORK] ♪ May we all uphold the name of dear old Theta Chi!♪ [BERLIN] [CHILE] [MYSTERYLAND 2022] [RICHIE HAWKIN] I don’t even believe that with this explosion of EDM all over the world, that this music really is for everybody. But I want to give people the chance to hear it, and then make up their own mind. [DERRICK MAY] You have to realize it was more than just a brief moment of a couple good records. It came from 25 years of constant legacy. [MADE IN DETROIT] There were a lot of guys involved with this process that brought it to the point where we sit today. [SAN DIEGO] Want a chain? [JEROME LOL] On a chain? Wait. That definitely—Let’s do it. [CLOCKWORK] Some new wave Flavor Flav shit. A clock for Clockwork. We do it every New Year’s. No filming? Uh. I just got kicked out of Party City. This kind of happens everywhere we go is just getting kicked out. But the party goes on, though. The party will definitely be going on. [LONDON] So, yeah. It’s very exciting. Percolator: one of Cajmere’s biggest tunes is called the Percolator. [THE 2 BEARS] And we’re going to get him to sign this perculator and give it away. We got a percolator for him to sign. Nice. [CHICAGO] We have some more left. How is it? Is it? [KREWELLA] There’s a little bit left. I don’t know whoever’s killing it is killing it. I’m not even kidding, It was a rave. It was an underground rave in the basement. [KREWELLA MAKES ME WET] [I’LL NEVER GET ENOUGH KREWELLA] I got to take out all these songs that he’s playing that I was going to play. That’s the problem with EDM. Ladies and gentlemen, EDM! There’s only four songs. That’s the joke. Get off the streets—get inside and party. Get off the streets. What is that? It’s costume blood. It’s fucking dope, dude. It’s really good. Ready? That feels like a lot. It’s fine. I’m drunk.. I was like wait a minute, I’m doing a really fucking good job and I’m really fucking drunk. Lift your head back. Oh, it’s on your teeth, ha! How do I get it off? Hahaha! It’s truth. It is absolutely 100% legal to have weed in Detroit. If you’re over 21. Ah, nevermind. So I’m going to maybe dress up. Don’t touch the money, bitch. Yo! Zack. Come on. We need to go. This is going to be the funniest part of anything you’re going to film. I’m going to arrive and do my thing. I’m doing it. I’m going to be like, “Yo, Jeremy.” That’s why I told you it was going to take this fucking long. Are you kidding? One minute to go. Do you have some metro tickets? Uh, no. We can get them. Can we buy them there? No, you can but it’s alright. We don’t buy some. We just have to jump. Are you good? You want to jump? Hurry up. Clean player! That’s how we say it. We like you clean, player. Let’s go. What else is cool? Sex and drugs? Sex, drugs, and EDM! Happy New Year! Happy New Year, mom! Where are you right now? I am in a car right now on the way to Santa Ana. I figured that’s where you were. Yep. Well, Henry. You’ve had an amazing year. Thank you. All thanks to you guys. And I look forward to what 2013 will bring. Likewise. Sold out. Sold out for Cajmere. That was 17 years ago you first played for us in Manchester. Those were good parties. [CAJMERE] When you were 15 years old. I was 12. No, we’re going to the Temple Bar right now. Temple Bar is an old-school gay club. The DJ booth is separate from the dance floor. So it’s almost like you’re DJ’ing in your bedroom. This is the Temple Bar right here. We’re here, right now. Thank you. [ABOVE & BEYOND] No, you guys changed my life, man. Thank you, thank you. I love you guys! We come out to this show tonight and we just feel so refreshed. We waited an hour in the cold just for you. You’re the best! Thank you, thank you. Everybody have their IDs on them. [WOMB] What’s up? You guys going hard. It’s awesome. [DADA LIFE] Everybody’s so serious. Alright. Thank you very much! Hey, are you ready? Yeah. Hey, hey! Happy New Year’s! Happy New Year’s, guys. Much love. To the Mayans! We gotta go. Get it. Get it, girls. You guys are on in one minute. Oh. We’re on in one minute. Let’s do it. It was always my dream to work in ???. This is the next best thing. I never. That was not my dream. It just happened. You know, I have dreams that I’m trying to … make them happen. And just—they happen. Yeah. Good. For me, right now, it’s the most exciting it’s been DJ’ing ’cause I can play from 60 bpm through to 160 bpm. [RIKON] And it’ll work and people understand it. It’s just an interesting time now where you can play techno against another record and it’ll make sense. [HOLY SHIT.] [DUBSTEP RUINED] Okay. I hate to say this, but I’ll say it. The police have shut us down. Yo, pay them off! You don’t have to go home, but you have to leave here. Get inside to party. Get off the street. Get inside to party. Goes for you, too, cameraman. Get inside the party Wolf + Lamb at the Marcy Hotel, and there was one soul there that was very kind to me, every single time, yes? We never became friends, but whenever we see each other at one of these things, he has more love for me than a friend, okay? I found this when I walked in tonight, and in the same moment he found that in here tonight. That’s me and him. [NYC NEVER FORGOT ABOUT LOVE] Oh, my god. Good to see you. Come on down. Can you sign this to the fans? It’s not easy. No, this is not. You’re about to go back and perform another show? Probably, at like 4 or something. I don’t know. We’ll see what happens. I thought I was going to get super tired after this. You’re good? Yeah, absolutely. You’re chilling? Yeah. [Japanese night life!] [This is the super-party method.] [-Please, go ahead and step on him.
– No, no, I can’t do that.] Fuck you! Good to see you, brother. Good to see you. Hey, do you have a lighter or what? Hey, no, not for you, bitch. Wowwwwwwww. ♪ You should’ve known ???♪ ♪But I don’t believe in you ???♪ [Look at this fucker eating!] What do you want? What are you looking for at this point in the evening? Exactly what’s wrong with you? It’s time you went home. For this music to survive, or to continue growing, it has to go beyond nightclubs and being played from midnight ’til 6 AM. You know, that’s the core, but it has to be more than that. Give us an interview, man. What’s going on tonight? What’s happenning tonight? I think that people got the taste, no? They felt it. They felt like what was going to be given to them, and it just didn’t last forever. Like, nothing lasts forever. You know? Good things don’t last forever.