Released as a companion piece to Matt Trollope's book of the same name, One More: A Definitive History of UK Clubbing is an extensive and immersive journey through a scene that changed British nightlife forever. (The title refers to that final request for the DJ to play "one more" before the inevitable return to reality.)
Brandon Block serves as host of this documentary that traces two decades of UK clubbing, quickly guiding us through legendary venues, superstar DJs, masterful promoters, game-changing publications, and myriad other adjacent elements (i.e. ecstasy) that proved essential to keep the party going for all those years. As we travel from Birmingham to London passing through Nottingham, Brighton, Sheffield, Mansfield, Stoke-On-Trent, Manchester, and Derby, as well as a couple of Welsh and Scottish cities, we get a useful taste of the British club circuit in the '90s and 2000s that doubles as a unique geography lesson.
Sonique, Danny Rampling, John Holland, Fatboy Slim, Jeremy Healy, and many others share their memories of those wild golden days alongside video footage, personal and professional photos, and an impressive collection of posters, tickets, flyers, record sleeves, and other memorabilia.