A beautiful, gentle film that treats its subject matter with respect and kindness. Celeste talks of feeling closer to her mother through looking into her archive of things years after her death. She did the miles, lived the life and suffered at the will of her mother’s condition.
FlasyD and The Mystery Lights are bands I’d happily stand somewhere near the middle of the room getting the odd lick of beers spilled on me while they thrash about.
If you seek the thrill you felt with Trainspotting, you’ll have an absolute ball with Schemers.
A lot of heart but The New Music doesn’t quite break through onto the scene…
Unsurprisingly contemporary, considering this was 40 years ago, but ultimately brilliantly informed and fascinating to witness.
2018 looks like it was pretty special, especially when I’m sat here in the less than splendid isolation of 2020.
Synthetic musical journey has real heart … The Shock of the Future on 13th September.
Every track in this 2 hour 15 minute tour-de-goth is a black gold nugget from The Cure, it comes to UK cinemas on 11 July!
An overdue docu of a moment in rock and roll history where black and white, rock and soul, gospel and blues all mixed in an all-night unlicensed venue for what could have been the first time – It opens on 22 May.