Yusef Lateef (2005)Rating Yusef Abdul Lateef (born William Emanuel Huddleston; October 9, 1920 – December 23, 2013) was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist, composer and prominent figure among the Ahmadiyya Community in America, in 1950. Although Lateef’s main instruments were the tenor saxophone and flute, he also played oboe and bassoon, both rare in jazz, and […]
Going Out: An LGBT nightlife9 (90%) 2 votes The Stonewall Riots began at an inn. The LGBT liberation movement was founded in the bars, pubs and clubs. Yet today, these venues find themselves threatened by a multitude of different pressures, from redevelopment and rising rents, to restrictive licensing laws and the rise of dating apps. […]
Marley10 (100%) 3 votes Watch Marley full documentary about Bob Marley. The life story of musical legend Bob Marley, from his early life to reaching international stardom. This documentary features rare footage, interviews and performance to recount the career of the reggae icon. Born in Jamaica to a white father and black mother, Marley struggled […]
The World’s Most Controversial K-Pop GroupRating K-Pop, or Korean Idol pop music, is a 5 billion dollar industry whose music, fashion, stars and lifestyle have taken the world by storm. But while K-Pop’s fanbase has diversified, most K-Pop idols haven’t – so what happens when white people try and become K-Pop idols themselves? On this […]
The Biggest Sports Stadium Hit: “Kernkraft 400” by Zombie NationRating Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400” is one of the biggest dance music songs of all time, a mainstay at clubs and stadiums across the globe. But the version you know—with a driving, four-to-the-floor beat and a chanting crowd in the background—wasn’t even made by the DJ […]
Lily Allen on Politics, Trolls, and Her New RecordRating Sam Wolfson hangs out with Lily Allen, the London pop star. She’s about to drop her fourth solo album, but has become as famed for her politics as her music in recent years.
Addicts’ Symphony (Addiction)Rating The highly respectable world of classical musicians is rarely linked to addictive behaviour. In this uplifting one-off documentary, the composer and musician James McConnel examines music’s extraordinary transformative power, as he unites ten classical musicians whose lives have all been blighted by addiction, in an orchestra for a spectacular one-off performance with […]