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Bangers & Mosh

26-28 March


GSFF 2021 Online

Bangers & Mosh streams live at 22.15 on Friday 26 March, then is available to view on demand for 48 hours.

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Evoking the sweaty, physical intimacy of a messy night out, Bangers & Mosh offers viewers some much needed visceral thrills, dragging us through clubs, drug dens and after parties, from an astonishingly pitch-perfect recreation of a 1991 illegal warehouse rave to the nihilistic hedonism of Bogota. We get a brief history of UK dance culture and the world premiere of the latest film by James Price, director of this year's GSFF trailer. Commissioned by Michael Imperioli’s band Zopa to direct a music video for new song Diamonds into Dust, James updated Bonnie & Clyde for a romp through Glasgow’s underworld.

Supported by The Skinny

Chase and Status - Blind Faith

A pitch-perfect recreation of an illegal warehouse rave circa 1991.

Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore

​A compilation of found footage from dance floors chronicling Britain’s underground club scene

Son of Sodom

Camilo Najar, known as Son of Sodom, died from a heroin overdose. Who was Son of Sodom?

Zopa - Diamonds into Dust

A dark but energetic Glaswegian take on Bonnie & Clyde for a track by New York band Zopa


​In an abandoned warehouse, a crowd is dancing as one to 145 BPM techno music.

Black and White Trypps Number Three

The transformation of a rock audience's collective freak-out into a trance ritual of the highest spiritual order.

  • Duration 1h15m
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