The World Underground premieres

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John Yingling has toured Asia twice over for a film project entitled The World Underground. What began as Gonzo Chicago, a video exploration of his city and its music scene, grew to include Montana, and eventually swelled into a worldview of underground music. After two years of traveling and documenting, crowd-sourcing, and exhausting editing hours, the first episode of The World Underground has premiered, along with the launch of The World Underground website.

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World Underground is about venturing into the underground music scenes around the globe in an attempt to “capture a moment in time” and find an answer the age old question: “Where’s the best new music coming from?” Episode One sets the series off in China, the full length documentary has a quick pace, showcasing over three dozen artists and musicians, as well as short interviews with bands and anyone who has something to say or a story to tell.

The website contains links to listen to archived live recordings of the bands seen and featured on The World Underground, contacts to the venues and bands, a donation page, and links to watch the first episode on Youtube, Vimeo, or the option to buy it in HQ for $6 and help fund the next episode.

The World Underground is hosting an Indiegogo fundraiser to complete Episode Four: Indonesia.

For more coverage of The World Underground read our features by Yingling from his two visits.

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