The BBC take a trip inside the underground rave scene in Palestine in this gripping documentary. The region is in a constant state of conflict, with the ongoing battle with Israel affecting every aspect of Palestinian’s lives.

 

This also extends to their blossoming rave scene. Born into a rebel mentality, this same way of thinking bleeds into their music. In this doc we find out how raves have become a way of peacefully fighting against Israeli occupation. Palestinians have had their countries identity stripped away, but young people here are forging a new identity, through music.

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We get to meet some of the hottest DJs in the region and find out how the rave scene here empowers otherwise hopeless locals. We also learn how even some Israelis come down to the raves, symbolising a coming together of two clashing cultures through a shared love of music. The documentary provides a deep dive into a music scene that’s located in one of the most dangerous places in the world.

Palestine|BBC|Documentary

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