The worlds first Electronic Dance Music silent narrative film has arrived, and it is unlike anything you have ever experienced. (Screening details below)
Imagine going to your favorite film, but this time, you are writer of the script. Whether you are a professional writer or have never pondered the idea of how a story is written, Electric Heart is produced in such a manner that although there is no actual dialogue between the characters of the story, the message and feeling of every scene is fully understood.
It ties you in on a more personal level as you are free to connect with the plot presented to you like a blank canvas. Your mind is given the power to create your own dialogue with assistance from the music and by the end of the film you will be comparing the stories with your friends that your minds came up with.
Producer Scott Little is the mastermind behind this new approach of story telling and the first to do so in the dance music realm. His vision has been in the making for over 10 years after a long hiatus from the dance music world entirely, developing his idea after a variety of life changing moments that lead him to going all-in on his dream.
And like those moments that he experienced since his days as a raver at “Moonshine Over America” in Oakland California watching the likes of Carl Cox under a highway overpass, like an artist with a canvas, Scott has taken those moments and infused them into his movie.
Check out the trailer for Electric Heart:
Electric Heart tells the story of a guy trying to find himself, ultimately realizing that everything happens for a reason in the reality that we create called life. Produced by LifeFlip Presents as a series of 28 music videos that tell a chronological story throughout all of them it also comes with an impressive sound track.
With a running time of 73 minutes, the Electric Heart playlist features music by Armin van Buuren, Dash Berlin, Chuckie, KSHMR, Dillon Francis, Gabriel & Dresden, Volt & State, Manse, Jamie Drake, Shogun, Damien N-Drix, Michael Badal, Chachi, Musicman Ty, Sean Ray, Brothers Grim, Hyper Crush, Diamond Pistols, Adnan Jakubovic, DJ IDeaL, Dark Elixr, Irene Radice, Alex Niko, Noel Sanger, Incognet, James Mannion, Dejo, Escape, Matt Forner, Small Town Zeros, Dustin Mac, Torry Wix, Leama & Moor, and Deaf From Above.
If you are in the Los Angeles area s on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 and would like to be a part of the first West Coast screenings of Electric Heart, reach out to them on their social medias and tell them EDM Magazine sent you!
There will be two screenings on Wednesday, April 19th (7:30pm and 9:45pm).
These are 21+ screenings; no children or anyone under the age of 21 years old is permitted due to the open bar. IDs will be checked at the door.
Schedule of Events Hosted by Damian Pinto “The Voice Of Dance Music and The Official Host Of Ultra Music Festival Worldwide”:
6pm – 7:30pm Pre-Party/Red Carpet
Music provided by Sean Ray (Jealous Records / Electric Heart Soundtrack)
6:30pm-7pm Q&A Narrated by Dylan Landon of EDM Maniac with:
Producer – Scott Little
Director – Benjamin Mattingly
Lead Actor – Matt Ciociolo
Lead Actor – Amick Viccellio
7:30pm-8:45pm 1st Screening of Electric Heart
8:45pm-9:45pm Intermission in between 1st and 2nd Screenings
Music provided by Michael Badal (Black Hole Recordings / Electric Heart Soundtrack)
9:45pm-11pm 2nd Screening of Electric Heart
Music provided by
11pm-11:45pm DJ IDeaL (Docka Records / Electric Heart Soundtrack)
11:45pm-12:30am Deaf From Above (Electric Heart Soundtrack)
12:30am-1:15am Dustin Mac (Electric Heart Soundtrack)
1:15am-2am Brothers Grim (Warpaint Records / Electric Heart Soundtrack)
Address for the screenings:
The Ricardo Montalban Theatre
1615 Vine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90028