Last week DramaFever announced the U.S. digital premiere of the award-winning rock documentary, "Turn It Up to 11″, which goes behind the scenes of Korea's indie music scene. It's described as "an intimate look at some of the edgiest indie rock bands in Korea today - Galaxy Express, Apollo 18 and Tobacco Juice, whose drummer, Baek Seung-hwa, doubles as the director of "Turn It Up to 11″.
Recipient of two awards at the 2009 PiFan Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, the U.S. release of "Turn It Up to 11″ is timed to coincide with the Spring 2011 tours of two of the film's featured artists - Apollo 18 and Galaxy Express.
"'Turn It Up to 11′ is an exciting new addition to DramaFever. Music and film fans everywhere will enjoy going backstage and seeing the nitty gritty side of being in a Korean indie band", said Suk Park, co-founder of DramaFever.com, which is the largest online provider of Korean TV dramas and a leading distributor of Asian entertainment in North America.
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