In Heaven There is No Beer

In Heaven There is No Beer

By David Palamaro

  • Genre: David Palamaro
  • Release Date: 2014-03-25
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 29min
  • Director: David Palamaro
  • Production Company: Flower Films
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 5 Ratings


In Heaven There is No Beer is a documentary about the Los Angeles 'Kiss or Kill' music scene (2002-2007). Fed up with wretched Sunset Strip pay-for-play policies, too-cool-for-school trendiness of the Silverlake scene and apathetic crowds, the bands that made up 'Kiss or Kill' forged their own scene based on great music, cheap booze, low cover and a mid-western sense of community and friendship. At its peak, 'Kiss or Kill' had more than 100 bands on its roster and over 1,000 local L.A. fans. But as 'Kiss or Kill' grew and got more popular, it eventually became the very thing it was fighting against.



  • Great Movie For Anyone Who Was Involved In A Music Scene!!!

    By ValueGear
    This was a great fun movie about all the fun, friendship, love, drama, drinking, and of course the music. Even though this movie is about a music scene that I was never involved in I could identify with and kept finding myself reminded about all of the good times friends and bands I had seen and spent alot of my life with in my own town. Lots of cool bands that I had never heard of in the documentery and I imagine in such a giant music pool of Los Angeles this was a pretty cool little scene to have happened and been a part of... Good spirit of DIY, good music and worth a watch. I loved it... I'm off to checkout some of the bands now, especially Midway which probably one of the funnest bands I never got to see...