The DJ/Producer has documented the release of his album True Colors.
EDM DJ extraordinaire Anton Zaslavski, or as he is popularly known as Zedd, has had a career only a few people dream of having in such a short amount of time. Now, we will get a glimpse of what his life is really like with the release of his documentary “True Colors”.
The whole thing was shot while the DJ was promoting his album of the same name and shows aspects of his life, something the fans don’t get to see very often. Topics like his childhood in Germany, his music phases from heavy metal to classical and even jazz, the relationship he shares with his fans and much more is highlighted in the film.
It was originally showcased at the L.A Film Festival earlier this year in June but will be available on iTunes on the 18th of October, which is only a few days away!
The larger than life production of his sets and his influences can be seen in the trailer that he debuted on his Twitter account, but there is a hint of sadness to it as it ends with him mentioning the disconnect he feels at shows sometimes. Check it out for yourself:
My documentary is now available for pre order guysssss!!!!!
— Zedd (@Zedd) October 10, 2016
This is the only documentary we want to see after Steve Aoki’s I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead documentary which came out on Netflix. We have no doubt that “True Colors” will be worth the watch.