Better Living Through Circuitry  

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Better Living Through Circuitry is a 1999 documentary about 1990s underground electronic music and dance music culture in the United States produced by Stuart Swezey. The film features interviews with Robin Rimbaud, Genesis P-Orridge, Frankie Bones, Wolfgang Flür from Kraftwerk, Carl Cox, Steve Hillage, DJ Spooky Roni Size and others.

The title of the documentary is a nod to Better Living Through Chemistry.

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