A new short film series from audio design company AIAIAI and DJ Benji B aims to give insight into artists’ creative process.
The series, titled My Process, is curated by Radio 1’s Benji B and has launched with an episode featuring London jazz innovator Nubya Garcia, whose 2020 LP ‘Source’ was nominated in the Best Album category at DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards.
The episode gives a look into Garcia’s writing and performance techniques, using examples of tracks from ‘Source’ to discuss her approach to melody, arrangement and creativity.
A Gorillaz movie is reportedly in the works.
A film about Damon Albarn's digital outfit, Gorillaz, is reportedly in script-writing stages, Albarn told hosts of Radio.com's New Arrivals show earlier this week.
A new documentary on the spirit of Ibiza will be available next month.
Born Balearic: Jon Sa Trinxa and The Spirit of Ibiza, directed by Lily Rinae, is a 70-minute documentary centering around legendary DJ Jon Sa Trinxa, who has played records on the same Ibiza beach for over 25 years.
Sa Trinxa, born Jonathan Grey in England, left London 25 years ago amid the stock market crash, and set off for Ibiza.
A new Netflix documentary tells story of man broadcasting music into space to contact aliens.
Titled John Was Trying To Contact Aliens, the 16-minute documentary follows John Shepherd, a rural electronics whizz and UFO hunter who spent almost 30 years trying to connect with extraterrestrials through sound.
As well as broadcasting electronic music from german outfits such as Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream, Shepherd also sent jazz, krautrock, reggae, African pop, and Indonesian gamelan ensembles, into space.
A new Burning Man documentary is available to watch from today.
Following the launch of Kindling, Burning Man's non-profit virtual events platform, in May this year, the festival announced a new documentary on Burning Man: Art on Fire.
A forthcoming documentary will explore the connection between video games and the ‘90s club scene.
From Bedrooms to Billions: The PlayStation Revolution is the latest project from Rebellion, an independent media studio founded by Jason Kingsley OBE and Chris Kingsley OBE, and produced critically acclaimed filmmakers Anthony and Nicola Caulfield.
A new documentary exploring the history of d&b, titled Drum & Bass: The Movement, has gone online. You can watch it for free below.
Five years in the making, the documentary features some of the most important pioneers of the genre, including Goldie, Grooverider, Andy C, GQ, Digital, Spirit, Total Science and many more.
A press release for Drum & Bass: The Movement says the documentary captures a "specific and intense slice of drum & bass and jungle culture’s rapid acceleration from 1996 - 2016.
The trailer for a documentary about iconic Birmingham techno venue Que Club, called In The Que, has landed. You can watch it below.
Released in May, the documentary charts the Que Club's thirty-year history, from when it first opened its doors in 1989.
The project, headed up by researcher Jez Collins of Birmingham Music Archive C.I.C., is happening through a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £42,000.
Music documentary festival, Doc’N Roll, has released 16 films that can be streamed from home.
Following the cancellation of the most recent Doc'N Roll festival, scheduled to take place at the end of March, the organization have shared a new service, Doc'N Roll TV, which allows users to stream music documentaries online.
Coachella’s 20th anniversary documentary is set to be aired next month.
'Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert', which features performances from Radiohead, Björk, Daft Punk, Kanye West, Rage Against The Machine and LCD Soundsystem, will premiere via YouTube Originals on April 10th.