There’s ‘McCartney 3,2,1,’ ‘Framing Britney Spears,’ ‘Woodstock 99,’ and dozens of others but are any actually good? We investigate.
We caught up with director Paul Duane to talk about the most notorious artists in British music building a pyramid from the ashes of 35,000 people.
It’s called ‘MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.’ because there are so many different sides to her story.
Nick Broomfield's newest documentary is yet another reminder that the music industry can devour people.
After 'Amy' and 'Montage of Heck,' the world of music documentaries is peaking, and 2016 is set to have you frothing at the mouth like a dog gargling Alka Seltzer.
Director Sam Wrench highlights the perks and quirks of trailing the reunited Britpop legends as they launched their excellent comeback album 'The Magic Whip.'
Surprisingly, my experience and appreciation of British rock, indie and Britpop went further than manic hysteria or wanting to shag the lead singers.
Murder, suicide, church burnings and blast beats.
It's the closest you'll ever get to eating brunch with Dylan.