Australian Film Critics Association:
"What The Future Sounded Like is a lively Australian short film, funded partly by the AFF, directed by Matthew Bate, and concerns the electronic music movement that began after World War 2 and reached its peak in the 1970s, before the advent of home computers and improved technology. The film features musician Tristram Cary (a guest of the festival) from the UK who developed a synthesized music score for Dr Who. Amusing anecdotes and good examples of this electronic music used by various groups and musicians are scattered throughout this enjoyable documentary. (PK)"
Read the Wire Magazine review HERE.
Read the Weekend Australian review HERE.