A three part BBC documentary series looking back on the golden era of American rock, when singers were considered to be gods, guitarists were idolised for shredding power solos and songs had the ability to move a nation. Bands forging one stadium at a time from three decades spanning from the 1960's to the early 90's rock music was being blasted out on every radio station across the states. Thi
This BBC film sets about exploring Kate Bush's musical career which stretches from Wuthering Heights released in 1978 to her most recent album 50 Words for Snow which came out in 2011. Through a number of interviews with fellow musicians we get a good understanding of how she made a name for herself and grew over the years. Contributors include David Gilmour from Pink Floyd as well as Del Palmer h
Johnny Cash was born in Arkansaw in 1932 during the American depression, rural living was hard and the Cash family was dirt poor. His father rode the rails traveling the length and breath of the country by train in search of work. This BBC film sets about profiling the life of this American legend and reveals how he managed to achieve such greatness having come from such poverty.
This film from RedBull Music is a glimpse into the world of Skrillex, giving us a behind the scenes look at how the Dubstep artist designed and developed his latest live show and set that he debuted at Coachella but brought around the world with him.
This film captures an up-close and personal portrait of the famous singer Nina Simone through interviews and footage with friends, family and Simone herself. The film follows Simone on a journey back to her childhood home and opens discussions regarding her activity during the civil rights movement where Simone voices her opinions which were most certainly controversial ones given the time.
This feature documentary is all about the band known as "The Smiths", using previously unseen footage of their performances and behind the scenes goings on their tale is told along with interviews from Mike Joyce, Andy Rourke, Sandie Shaw, John Peel, Stephen Street, plus more.
Spice Girls were the first major British pop music phenomenon of the mid-'90s to not have a debt to independent pop/rock. Instead, the all-female quintet derived from the dance-pop tradition that made Take That the most popular British group of the early '90s, but there was one crucial difference. Spice Girls used dance-pop as a musical base, but they infused the music with a fiercely independent,
Carl Cox is synonymous with dance music. Considered by fans, peers and colleagues as one the world's best DJs, Carl has become a living legend in the music business. His career has already spanned over 25 years, from the early days of rave to his continued success as a globetrotting superstar DJ. This is your chance to see an exclusive documentary covering the everyday life of one of the world's m
Blur an English rock group was formed in the late 1980's when all four members where attending London's Goldsmiths College, however lead singer Damon Albarn and guitarist Graham Coxon had known each other from childhood. This is the story of how these four people grew together to become one of Britain's most successful rock groups of that era.