Have you ever tried to explain a night out? It’s nearly impossible to put into words what being a part of the global club culture actually feels like. Blackout is a 30-minute original THUMP movie, directed by Dori Oskowitz, that follows the dramatic highs (and lows) of partiers all over the world. It’s an unadulterated and visceral tale of life from the pre-party to the afterhours, with tracks from your favorite artists along with original music by Cory Enemy and Audiofly.

Blackout is banana costumes and bunny ears, hands in the air and heads in the gutter, Cajmere jammed in the back of a cab and Clockwork buying party supplies (literally). From dawn to dusk, we travel around the globe on an epic adventure, following top DJs, promoters and hedonists in pursuit of the perfect party. Go behind the scenes with dance music godfathers Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson and Richie Hawtin and take to the main stage with Dada Life, Above & Beyond, and Baauer. Experience sunrise on beaches of Mexico and in the mountains of Chile to sunset on the balconies of Paris and midnight in the streets of Tokyo and NYC. From the hugest dance music festivals or the most bleeding-edge underground parties, we channel that indescribable feeling that we all know but none of us can name.

Drew Pierce

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