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Let It Be Documentary

Rock Docs Podcast: Let It Be, featuring guest Jeremy Kaplan of Dogs in a Pile

Revisiting the legendary 1970s Beatles documentary and their rooftop concert

Sumac documentary

Sumac debut new documentary, Six Hours 42 Minutes with SUMAC

Watch a 15-minute short film ahead of the band’s upcoming tour dates

Who Is Harry Nilsson?

Rock Docs Podcast: Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him)? with guest Galen Howard

A chat about the legendary singer/songwriter behind “Everybody’s Talkin'”, “One” and more

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The 30 Best Movie Soundtracks of the 21st Century

A quarter-century of cinematic sounds

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Four Off-Kilter Killer Themes

Oddball audio for cinematic assassins

The Devil and Daniel Johnston

Rock Docs Podcast: The Devil and Daniel Johnston, featuring guest Noah Bond

Hear the latest episode on the documentary about the troubled, prolific singer/songwriter

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10 Essential ’80s Movie Soundtracks

The greatest moments in cinematic music from a decade that changed the game

Phil Elverum documentary There's No End

Watch the new Phil Elverum documentary, There’s No End

Watch the new 20-minute film in its entirety

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Questlove nominated for Academy Award for Summer of Soul

Plus Beyonce, Billie Eilish and Jonny Greenwood nominated for Oscars.

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The too-scary-for-Hollywood tale of Coil’s Hellraiser soundtrack

A rejected film score with a reputation that precedes it.

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Summer of Soul is a celebration of Blackness

America always manages to bury the Black people that serve it the most.  It’s just…

Pedal Movie

Watch a trailer for The Pedal Movie, which features Kevin Shields, J Mascis and more

New film telling the story of effects pedals is streaming now.

John Carpenter interview

Passion and Freedom in Music: A Conversation with John Carpenter

The Horror Master discusses his new installment of the ‘Lost Themes’ albums, making his own music vs. scoring films, and having fun with creativity.