There are A LOT of music films out there in the world, you know.
Big things are coming. This week, we got the first official trailer
for the Wolf Alice
rockumentary ‘On The Road’. We're very excited about it, to be perfectly honest with you.
It got us thinking, Dear Reader. There are a lot of great music documentaries out there (like, a lot - at least ten, maybe even more). How would one know where to start? Well, we’re here to help. We’ve hand-picked a few of our favourites to get you warmed up and ready for the Wolf Alice rock-doc when it comes out on the 29th September. They’re just from this decade though - did we mention there are a lot of music documentaries out there?
The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders
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Remember the other time the Libertines got back together, before the time that stuck? It was a short-lived but glorious affair that involved massive headline sets at Reading and Leeds festivals in 2010, and paved the way for their reunion proper in 2014. Filmmaker Roger Sargent caught the whole thing on tape, from the first press conference to those final bows, but it’s the tender, slightly bruised trip down memory lane - or rather, Up the Bracket Alley - that really brings the whole thing home.