Rotilla: Electronic Music And Freedom Of Expression In Cuba

Rotilla: Electronic Music And Freedom Of Expression In Cuba
technology

A recent documentary chronicles the origins, purpose and future of Cuba's underground electronic music festival - and the current notion of freedom of expression in the communist country.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 8 october 2010

A recent Monocolumn piece discussed Rotilla, an electronic music festival held in Cuba this summer as a means for Cuba’s youth (physically and spiritually) to exercise personal liberty and express dissent and contrary views to those held by the country’s Communist government. A documentary chronicling the origins of the event, its purpose and the founders’ desired direction, can be viewed here.

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