Netflix can be a very fickle creature. Sometimes it feels like I spend more time browsing through the vastness that is its catalogue and less time actually watching something. In fact I know I do this, which is why I thought I would share a few of my insights and most importantly share a few of the music documentaries you may have missed. With the weather the way it is, is there a better time for a binge session? I think not.
Michael Jackson – This is it
You might have bypassed this documentary many a time, and I can pretty much guarantee that you will recognize the cover immediately. But this time, watch it and ‘don’t stop till you get enough’ of the King of Pop.
We are Twisted F***ing Sister
This is a super gritty take on the outrageousness that is Twisted Sister. It also delves into the New York Club scene and deep dives into the significance of their act throughout the 1980s
Metallica – Some kind of monster
This two-part series is what fans really want from a documentary. It’s all about the glory days of then and also highlights the fact that the band are still thriving now.
Ok so this docco was directed by Dave Grohl and you haven’t watched it yet? Like… C’mon
What Happened Miss Simone
This is the story of legendary Nina Simone, it also includes some never before heard recordings which is why music fans really watch music documentaries.
This Was Tomorrow
Tomorrow Land anyone? Ever wanted to know what goes on at one of the most hectic music festivals in the world? Well… now is your chance
Gaga Five Foot Two
Before you see the remake of A Star is Born, why not find out more about its most recent leading lady. Gaga is a powerhouse of a performer and this is well worth a watch.