A new documentary has been released online charting the history of legendary Coventry venue, The Eclipse — the first legal all-night club in the UK.
'The Eclipse Part 1: I Go Out On Friday Night, And I Come Home On Saturday Morning', is the first chapter in a retelling of this story, which production company Reflection Media states has been "whitewashed from dance music history... until now."
Elusive UK dance act The KLF are engaged in a copyright dispute over the rights to use their music in an unofficial documentary, 'Who Killed The KLF?'
Pop superstar Janet Jackson has unveiled the trailer to a forthcoming documentary, 'JANET', which charts her life and career to date.
The four hour film will be broadcast in two parts on the A+E and Lifetime networks in January 2022. The release date coincides with the 40th anniversary of Jackson's 1982 self-titled debut album.
A new Cypress Hill documentary is set to be released, 'Hits From The Bong', referencing one of the most memorable tracks from the rap group's best-selling 1993 album, 'Black Sunday'.
The film is part of the ongoing celebrations marking the band's 30th birthday and is expected to be premiered on Showtime in 2022. It is produced by Sony Music's Premium Content Division and Mass Appeal.
A new documentary about the rise of techno is premiering next month as part of the Manchester International Festival (MIF).
'Laurent Garnier: Off The Record' charts the genre's rise through the eyes of the French DJ and production hero. It will be shown at Manchester Central on Sunday 11th July and advanced tickets are required.
A new documentary on the history of the UK rave is set to be released this month.
Directed by MOBO-nominated Hugo Jenkins, Better Days: The Story of UK Rave will be available through Amazon Music's streaming service from 28th May, and will explore 30 years of raving in Britain, spanning the late-80s Second Summer of Love through to concerns surrounding illegal gatherings during the pandemic, and questions about the future of the scene.
A new documentary charting the rise of Jersey Club has been released. You can watch it in full below.
Presented by Soundfields PBS, the 15-minute film looks at the artists, dancers, origins and developments of the East Coast US genre, and touches on key issues in the scene such as gender representation.
An accompanying text for the doc reads: "This genre isn't just music – it's life, energy, and community, creating a safe space for the young people of New Jersey."
Music documentary 'The Sound of Belgium' is free to watch online now via Vimeo.
An Instagram post by Josh Cheon, boss at the much-lauded 80s-influenced synth label Dark Entries, signposts to the stream link. The film itself was originally produced in 2012, with Jozef Deville directing an in-depth insight into the Belgian New Beat, EBM, house and techno scenes.
The version available to watch is the Director's Cut, which features seven tracks that were not included in the official release.