Toronto filmmaker Alan Zweig analyzes the phenomenon of record collecting
Based on true events. When a new record by an old band is turned down by ageist record companies, the veteran punk band assemble a group of youngsters to stand in for them, and fool the music industry.
Warhol's strange interpretation of "A Clockwork Orange."
An Italian-American writer goes to Rome to retrieve her aging mother.
A mother presents her daughter with a box full of old vinyl records colored, she can hear everyone except the hard green. But still the daughter listens to the green disc. When her mother gets home from work she is without a arms. In the next day she hears again and his mother arrives without both arms. And yet the girl continued to hear the green disc. This time she heard a noise at the gate, so his mother was without legs, in his last words she said: 'never use green gloves', and then she put green gloves. Hung the gloves but she did not.
Coming from rural Nebraska, young Billy Thompson dreams to succeed as a professional DJ. He travels to Los Angeles to compete in a DJ World Contest where he meets Maya, a young dancer from New York, the "Night Owl", a DJ with a secret weapon and other DJs who will do anything to win at the competition.
The hazards of bio-accumulation, pollution, and the makeup of what we commonly hope are benign plastics are tackled in this documentary.
Superstar DJs discuss the history, culture, technology, spirituality and the future of electronic dance music - the music that catapulted the Club DJ to "rock star" status and united dance floors across the globe. LIQUID VINYL brings together the DJ's, the people behind the scene, and the dancers from the floor that all ultimately share in the magic of the music
The girl band Vinyl Dolls have a problem : artistic differences with the guitarist have left the band without their best player right before they are to begin a week of performances sold out in local rock club
Under the direction of founder and world-renowned DJ Peanut Butter Wolf, Stones Throw Records has consistently released critically acclaimed, left-of-center albums since its founding in 1996. Drawing on live concert footage, never-before-seen archival material, inner-circle home video and photographs and in-depth interviews with the folks who put Stones Throw on the map, this documentary will delve deeper into the label's enigmatic artists, history, culture and global following.
At the dawn of the 21st century, renegade toy designers, bored with the G.I. Joe status quo, boldly remixed and reassembled the toys of their parent's generation. Birthing a new format of toy and medium of artistic expression, these artists were the first to explore The Vinyl Frontier. A world where Art is Fun! By exploring a landscape inhabited by a wide range of artists, their creations, and obsessive collectors, the documentary examines the hybrid objects' artistic and commercial value, as well as the creative process of art-toy making. The Vinyl Frontier is a comprehensive look at a fresh and exciting art movement that anyone young at heart and imaginative can enjoy.
A documentary about the recent resurgence in sales of vinyl records and its impact on the industry.
Henry's fiancee Beth kicks him out after discovering his audio recordings of their intimate life and his confession that he may no longer love her. After Beth confides in Charlie, a compassionate stranger, Charlie entangles herself in the couple's lives by helping Henry rehearse the perfect sequence of words that will regain Beth's trust. Charlie and Henry's recordings of imagined conversations become a game where intimacy and identity may be real or imagined.
A short documentary about a charming local record store and its very handsome patrons.
This captivating documentary is the product of five years of obsessive filming of live concert footage, exclusive interviews, and historic documentation focusing on three fiercely independent music labels and their bands. Featuring Neurosis, ISIS, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Pelican, Oxbow, Evangelista, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Cave In, and many others whose music and art found ideal homes in the artist-run record labels of Hydra Head, Neurot, and Constellation. These labels combine hard-to-define, heavy music with a visual aesthetic that has enraptured worldwide fans, without the need for radio or corporate media outlets. They uphold the legacy of treating music as an art form, not as a product. This film is an answer to those who question where the spirit of punk rock is today.
(Track 1)- 1. Walker Brothers - 2. Lovin Spoonful - 3. Kinks - 4. Dave Davies - 5. Rolling Stones - 6. Small Faces - 7. P.P.Arnold - 8. Arthur Brown - 9. Status Quo - 10. Troggs - 11. Spooky Tooth - 12. Beach Boys - 13. Beatles - 14. Doors - 15. Beatles - 16. John Lennon - 17. Fotheringay - 18. Santana - 19. Roxy Music - 20. Rolling Stones - 21. Albert Hammond - 22. Stevie Wonder - 23. Doobie Brothers - 24. Donovan - 25. Sutherland Brothers - 26. David Bowie - 27. Robert Palmer - 28. Roxy Music - 29. AC/DC - 30. Rod Stewart - Status Quo - > (Track 2) - 1. Pretty Things - 2. Animals -
(Track 1) - 1. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - 2. DDDBM&T - 3. DDDBM&T - 4. Beatles - 5. DDDBM&T - 6. DDDBM&T - 7. Rolling Stones - 8. DDDBM&T - 9. Led Zeppelin - 10. DDDBM&T - 11. Ike & Tina Turner - 12. Ike & Tina Turner - 13. Champion Jack Dupree - 14. Steve Miller Band - 15. Kinks - 16. Kinks - 17. Kinks - 18. Doors - 19. Chuck Berry - 20. New Riders of the Purple Sage - 21. Grateful Dead - 22. Byrds - 23. Thin Lizzy - 24. Pretty Things - 25. Police - (Track 2) - 1. Spencer Davis Group - 2. Muddy Waters - 3. Traffic - 4. Ray Charles -
A documentary about a very special recordstore and its customers in Rotterdam.
Taking a page from the book Ray Davies wrote in the '90s, Randy Bachman launched the Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story in 2013, designing the concert as a guided journey through his past. He sang hits from the Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, and his solo career, interspersing stories along the way, adding the biographical song "Prairie Town" as a framing device. This 2014 set generally has a lower energy level than the original recordings but the relaxed vibe is part of the appeal: it's not a race, it's a nostalgic stroll with the amiable Bachman. If you're on the same wavelength as him, it's an enjoyable way to pass the time.
Set in 1970s New York, Vinyl is a ride through the sex- and drug-addled music business at the dawn of punk, disco, and hip-hop. The show is seen through the eyes of a record label president, Richie Finestra, who is trying to save his company and his soul without destroying everyone in his path.