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Chicago Blues

Chicago Blues

Released in 1972 and direct by Harley Cokeliss, Chicago Blues is not just a remarkable film but also one of incredible beauty, crafted with care by professionals who possess a true love and understanding of Blues music and throughly respect its history and key players. The music and artists featured in Chicago Blues accurately reflect the structure and mood of Chicago's Blues movement witnessed

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The Summer Of Rave, 1989

Great British summers may not come often but when they do people all across the nation start shedding not only their clothes but their inhibitions too and if summertime is party time the scorcher which was the summer of 1989 was one long party from beginning to end. 1989 saw young people were turning their backs on the rat race and throwing themselves into a hedonistic rush of new music and new

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The Clash: New Year’s Day ’77

On January 1st 1977 the British band The Clash played the opening show for the infamous Roxy club in a dilapidated Convent Garden. This film takes us right back on a time-travelling journey to that moment, it was the defining moment when the punk music scene emerged into a more mainstream consciousness. Using some of the earliest unseen footage of The Clash in concert we experience this iconic

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The Doors: The Road of Excess

In 1991 the biographical film The Doors was released, it is a tribute to the work of the 1960-70's rock band The Doors. It was directed by Oliver Stone and starred Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison. The Doors: The Road of Excess is a documentary spin off from the making of this film and includes interviews with those who were close friends with the late Jim Morrison and several people who were directly i

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Luke

Luke

Luke Kelly was arguably the greatest folk singer of the 20th Century. Irish born and notable as the lead singer / founding member of the band The Dubliners, the power and passion which is felt in his voice gave birth the definitive versions of all time classics such as Raglan Road, The Town I Loved So Well, The Auld Triangle, A Song for Ireland and so many more. Originally released in 1999 Luke

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Britain’s Illegal Rave Renaissance

Rave culture was always supposed to polarize people and depending on your own experiences it is either one of the UK's greatest exports or a symptom of our own moral decline. But after a nationwide clampdown in the mid 90's the scene was forced further into the underground with new super clubs and licensed sanitized parties taking their place. Recent years have seen an institutionalized attack

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The Infamous Mobb Deep

The Infamous Mobb Deep

Mobb Deep is an American Hip Hop duo from Queensbridge, Queens, New York, United States that consists of Havoc and Prodigy. They are considered to be one of the best and most critically acclaimed hardcore hip hop groups coming from the East Coast. The groups sound has a unique darkness to and hardcore delivery to it, this is especially noticeable in their hit track Shook Ones (Part II). Having

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Bompton with Kendrick Lamar

On August 9, 1988 the hardcore rap group known as N.W.A. released their debut album entitled Straight Outta Compton, this release saw the birth of gangsta rap as a music genre and definitively put the city of Compton on the map with regards to hip-hop culture. Fast forward to 2016 and Compton is still well and truly in the spotlight thanks to acts such as Kendrick Lamar, whose music takes on ma

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Nazi Pop Twins

Nazi Pop Twins

Released in 2007, Nazi Pop Twins is a British documentary created by filmmaker James Quinn which see's Quinn himself traveling to the United States in a bid to investigate the band known as "Prussian Blue", a pop duo made up of twin sisters Lamb and Lynx Gaede. The twins themselves originally featured in the documentary Louis and the Nazis  by Louis Theroux back in 2003 and since then have beco

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