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Goodnight Brooklyn: The Story of Death by Audio emphasizes the family-like bonds and sense of belonging generated by the best DIY venues.
For all the talk from the founders about creativity and newness, nobody seems to notice that the artists occupying the space were for the most part coloring in the lines of thoroughly codified forms.
The footage relies more on idealistic testimonies than a cinematic experience showcasing DBA's vitality; why not let those blistering, immersive concert performances play longer than a chorus?
What makes Goodnight Brooklyn more interesting than most stories of its ilk, however, is the lethal irony at its core.
Matt Conboy's documentary captures both the unstoppable change and strange conflagration of the final weeks where construction work happens each day with a farewell gig each night.
A must-see doc for fans of New York noise bands, but maybe a little too precious for anyone who never made it out to the Williamsburg venue Death By Audio.
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