"VOODOO RHYTHM - The Gospel Of Primitive Rock 'n' Roll" is the portrait of legendary primitive Rock 'n' Roll record label VOODOO RHYTHM RECORDS, its founder the inconoclastic Reverend Beat-Man and several bands on the label.
The film features in depth interviews, live gigs and private home concerts of the following artists:
Rev. Beat-Man, The Dead Brothers, The Monsters, King Khan, DM Bob, The Whatzloves, Zeno Tornado & The Boney Google Brothers, The Come 'n Go, Dink Winkerton and a special appearance by The Velvet Hammer Burlesque.
The film is filled with the finest raw primitive rock 'n' roll, blues trash, cajun swamp blues, garage fuzz massacre, xxxbluegrass, voodoo soul, one-man band country gospel and of course the finest funeral music this side of New Orleans.
"Voodoo Rhythm - The Gospel Of Primitive Rock 'n' Roll" is more than merely a film about raw music, it's the protrait of a way of life that stands in stark contrast to an over-processed and assimilated age of facts and figures.
""I wanna fuck you baby...that's a good song...and on one chord...it's a hit song...it don't sell shit but it's a good song!""
REVEREND BEAT-MAN 2005"