If you’re an art fan or a metalhead, ‘Paul Gregory: Heavy Metal Painter’ is a brilliant documentary that should hold your interest.
Del Pike is a course leader for Moving Image Production at L20 University Centre in Liverpool (UK). He writes film, music, art, literature and culture articles and reviews for a number of websites. Del loves nothing more than snuggling down in a dark cinema, getting sweaty at a live gig or drifting off late at night to a good book. He loves cats. He enjoys promoting new talent online so please say hi if you have something to show.
‘Joan Baez: I Am A Noise’ offers an intimate look at the multi-faceted persona of Joan Baez, one of America’s most iconic folk performers.
With her new album playing on loop in his head, Del Pike witnesses the whole epic album in breath-taking glory on a rainy Manchester night.
A little film with a big heart, Nicola Rose’s debut feature film, ‘Goodbye, Petrushka,’ is a cute slice of escapism that, on the whole, just like Cupid, hits the mark.
Teenage Werewolves pay tribute to iconic ghouls The Cramps and we find their spirit alive and screaming at Rebellion in Manchester.
V13 heads down to Dorset for a celebration of all things Jazz and Hip-Hop at the wonderful We Out Here Festival. Read the review here…
Motihari Brigade have released a thought-provoking, aesthetically pleasing video for “Reality TV” with a strong Orwellian message.
Check out life on the road with Aussie hardcore upstarts Speed (Flatspot Records) in this exhilarating mini-documentary from Jack Rudder.
‘Running A Family Farm’ is a heart-warming short film by French rock-blues guitar/drums duo, The Inspector Cluzo.
Rare Americans’s ‘Searching for Strawberries: The Story of Bongo Jongo’ is like nothing you have ever heard before… and the animated film follows suit.
The iconic Peter Gabriel delivered a breathtaking show to his fans at Manchester’s AO Arena. Check out the photos and review here.
Sharlee Patches’ new film, ‘Wino: The Documentary,’ follows a road trip between herself and her partner, doom metal guitarist and vocalist Scott (Wino) Weinrich, with a lot to say and some very heavy music to play.
The wonderful archive DVD package is an absolute must for Duke Ellington fans and jazz enthusiasts in general and comes as an absolute gift from the past. Perfect.