Posts tagged "Documentary"

Saskilla calls out UK music industry for lack of progress

Image by Martin Roach for BBC/Century Films Renowned grime artist and presenter Saskilla will feature on the latest episode of the BBC’s ongoing documentary series, Do Black Lives Still Matter? The investigative series looks to uncover if any significant change has occurred in various sectors following the surge of the

Image via Getty Better Days: The Story of UK Rave, the new documentary from MOBO-nominated director Hugo Jenkins, has been released via Amazon Music. The 30 minute documentary is available to stream via the Amazon Music app and YouTube channel.  The film is an in-depth look into the UK’s rave

By Jenna Dreisenstock With the release of HBO’s devastating documentary Leaving Neverland, the conversation about Michael Jackson and his alleged crimes have not died down since the release, perhaps the debate has become further heated. It seems as though the world is incredibly divided on this issue, and despite Dan

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Ah, so here we are talking about the infamous Fyre Festival. I assume this needs no introduction, and any extra explanation on my part is probably oversaturation. However – a quick breakdown for those who have been living in the wilderness for the past couple of

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Feature Image: Lifetime It’s all everyone’s talking about at the moment. The only thing on everyone’s mind in the music world; and outside of it. The story that is, essentially, breaking news outside of the political realm and it’s being broadcast on every music site, every

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Last week Moby announced that he will be selling over 200 items from his extensive analog drum machine collection via reputable online gear and record marketplace, Reverb, and all proceeds will go to The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (read about it here). In anticipation of

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão The Glitch Mob’s bass-heavy rock ‘n roll-style electronic glitch music has always pushed the boundaries. Consisting of producers Boreta, Ooah and edIT, the trio have always been bringing innovation to the electronic music world and now, have just shared a seven-minute documentary showing the behind the

[Image: Elephante] Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Australian film-maker and creative director for successful soul-house outfit Two Friends, Mark Schmocker, has just released a short documentary that gets up close and personal with some of EDM’s greatest producers, featuring Adventure Club, Elephante, Just A Gent, Two Friends, Didrick, Hellberg and Exit Friendzone.

Nine Inch Nails’ frontman Trent Reznor, along with companion composer and now fellow-bandmate Atticus Ross are said to provide a soundtrack to The New York Times’ upcoming four-part documentary-series titled The Fourth Estate, directed and produced by Liz Garbus, and scheduled for release on May 27th 2018. The pair have worked together on music for

Fuse, one of Belgium’s longest running night clubs and electronic music hubs, known for showcasing the very best in what the roaring scenes of underground house and techno had to offer since the early ’90s – they now have their own documentary presented by Red Bull Elektropedia chronicling it’s rich, sweat-soaked

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