Cliktrips likes the beach, palm trees, mountain hikes, desertscapes, forest walks, the jungle, tropical islands, swimming pools, lake swims, rocky seaside cliffs, sunsets, soundbaths, hot tubs, the occasional cold plunge, bicycle rides, road trips, spritzes of all kinds, lots of snacks and the colors pink and green. Cliktrips also enjoys late night techno parties, balearic rooftop hangs, weird weekenders, tropical sounds, trippy disco, and dancing ‘til dawn.

 

The 10 Best House Documentaries of All Time

The 10 Best House Documentaries of All Time

FROM THE ARCHIVES

Originally published February 2013

House music has a legacy unlike any other genre of dance music. Born in Chicago in the ’80s, the style grew outward to Detroit, New York, the UK, Paris, South Africa, and all points in between, and, some 30 years later, it’s touched just about every aspect of popular music as we know it. As part of Beatport’s Legends of Electronic Music series, the site has posted a Top 10 list of the best house music documentaries that track house music’s growth and popularity. 

We’ve included a few of our favorites below, but check out Beatport for the full list.

The Chemical Generation (with Boy George)

Paris Is Burning

Pump Up The Volume

DJ Jaclyn's Yoga Retreat to India

DJ Jaclyn's Yoga Retreat to India

Where to Eat and Drink in Austin During SXSW

Where to Eat and Drink in Austin During SXSW