The Long-Awaited M.I.A. Doc is Messy and Intimate, Just Like Life
It’s called ‘MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.’ because there are so many different sides to her story.
Behind the Music
What We Learn About the Pop Machine from Films Like ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’
Nick Broomfield's newest documentary is yet another reminder that the music industry can devour people.
We Spoke to the Director of the New Blur Documentary 'New World Towers'
Director Sam Wrench highlights the perks and quirks of trailing the reunited Britpop legends as they launched their excellent comeback album 'The Magic Whip.'
Retrospective Sexism: How Women Are Written out of British Indie Music History
Surprisingly, my experience and appreciation of British rock, indie and Britpop went further than manic hysteria or wanting to shag the lead singers.
Behind The Lens
Until the Light Takes Us: Reflecting on the Film That Captured Norway's Ruthless Black Metal Scene
Murder, suicide, church burnings and blast beats.