Must-see Bowie film by Brett Morgen is out now. Obviously, we endorse this posthumous bio pic and it’s nice to hear all the familiar tracks in this context.
Something to feel good about: how skateboarding has been a positive influence for change in culture, creativity, philanthropy, and in general… humanity. This documentary, Humanity Stoked, directed by life-long skater, Michael Ien Cohen, will feature some inspiring interviews by some of the biggest figures in skateboarding, art, and counter-culture.
Visit HumanityStoked.com to see the full cast, trailers and to get more information about this vital cause.
Here is something to watch at home during the age of COVID, an upcoming documentary on the notorious rock music magazine, CREEM. Featuring a “who’s who” cast of musicians, including Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, Cameron Crowe, Kirk Hammett, Michael Stipe, Chad Smith, and Thurston Moore, the film is sure to dive into some legendary stories since its first publication over 50 years ago. Check out the trailer in this post and be sure to catch CREEM: America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine when it premieres on August 7th. Get tickets, which are available now.
Trailer for the upcoming documentary focusing on the early teenage years of iconic N.Y.C. artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat. In theaters on May 11.
Iconic photographer, Mick Rock, is the subject of a new rock n’ roll documentary coming out, SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra Of Rock.
The film is likely to feature the stories behind some renown photo shoots with David Bowie, Lou Reed, Queen, Iggy Pop, and countless others. Check it out.
In preparation for our upcoming interview with music business visionary, Danny Fields, we checked out the recent documentary, Danny Says, which chronicles Danny’s career in working with some of the most quintessential music groups in the history of rock and roll. Directed by Brendan Toller, the film recounts some memorable stories behind such groups as The Velvet Underground, Nico, The Doors, Iggy Pop, MC5, and The Ramones. The film is out now in select theaters, On Demand, Amazon Video, and iTunes.
Trailer for the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary, Gimme Danger, directed by Jim Jarmusch. This film will be must-see. Also, stay tuned for our upcoming interview with Danny Fields, who helped get the Stooges signed to Elektra Records back in 1968.