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Pulp: A Film About Life, Death And Supermarkets is the documentary about the seminal English band lead by Jarvis Cocker returning to Sheffield to play their last concert (subtitled: what could go wrong?) The film, by Florian Habicht, features live footage from that gig plus the band sharing their thoughts on “fame, love, mortality &… Read more »

Posted on June 4th, 2014

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The LA label Stones Throw has held a high watermark in the quality of its musical output in the world of hip-hop, and in its latter years, beyond the fringes of rap, into punk, electronica, outsider music and jazz. It has been consistently referenced into the fabric of posts on this site, since I started…. Read more »

Posted on June 3rd, 2014

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Blancmange were an ’80s English synth-pop band known for hits like ‘Living On The Ceiling’ and ‘Don’t Tell Me’ and Ditto.TV are a London/Dublin based production company making a documentary about the Irish electronic/synth music scene in the ’80s to coincide with Blancmange’s first Irish tour dates later this month, November 20th in Cork and… Read more »

Posted on November 3rd, 2013

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Looking Backward, Moving Forward is a near-nine minute short documentary by The Creators Project, which centres on Rounds, the third album from Four Tet which celebrated its 10th anniversary with a deluxe reissue earlier in the year. The film by Dan Wilde is made up entirely of animated stills from that time and in it… Read more »

Posted on September 16th, 2013

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One For The Road, a 33 minute documentary about Road Records is now online in its entirety. Click the image above or click. Directed by Mark O’ Toole, the film tells the story of Dave Kennedy & Julie Collin’s independent records store on Fade Street and how it became a vital part of the Dublin… Read more »

Posted on September 24th, 2012

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A Joyful Slog is a documentary that takes a look at the independent music scene in Ireland over the last 20 years. Featuring interviews with the likes of And So I Watch You From Afar, Jape, Adebisi Shank, The Jimmy Cake, labels, journalists and bloggers, the film examines “how a DIY music ethic has developed in… Read more »

Posted on April 30th, 2012

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