If you had a chance to see the Rolling Stones for $20, would you go?
Even Justin Bieber has bad days.
You know what they say; when in Rome, er, I mean Amsterdam…
The sights are good and the sounds are even better in these live concert films featuring Eric Clapton (and friends), Jimmy Cliff, KISS, Wu-Tang Clan and ZZ Top, available for immediate rocking out on Netflix.
Tom Waits does his one-of-a-kind thing in this bizarre, circus-like musical theatre experience masquerading as a concert film.
Here’s an exclusive clip from the upcoming LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up And Play The Hits, chronicling the band’s final show at Madison Square Garden. Here you get a bit of “North American Scum” from the show and part of a conversation with frontman James Murphy regarding his feelings about his age.
From their concert at Madison Square Garden in NYC, 1973. This is rock and roll people.
In case you weren’t already sure, here’s some tour video to further prove: these guys have a good time. Included in this clip is footage from the Foos December 13th show in Auckland, NZ which triggered volcanic activity-level frequencies according to the NatGeo Blog which monitors seismic events.
With more than 300 hours of film shot during the 2010 Vans Warped Tour, this documents the true stories of modern rock and roll from every possible angle: the kids playing parking lots to get signed; the veteran stage manager whose life was saved by the tour; the musicians who cross over to the mainstream while on the road; this is Cinema Vèritè story-telling at its finest.
Swissted.com is an ongoing project by NYC graphic designer Mike Joyce. Combining love of punk rock and Swiss modernism, which have nothing to do with one another, he redesigns vintage punk, hardcore and indie show flyers into typographic posters. Each is sized to the standard Swiss kiosk dimensions of 35.5 inches wide by 50 inches high and set in Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk. All of these shows happened.
Filmed with 20 cameras at Japan’s version of Glastonbury – Fujirock Festival – Don’t Think is the first time the full Chemical Brothers’ live experience has been captured on film, and it looks fantastic.