“The Velvet Underground” Hits Apple TV and Select Theaters This Friday (Review)

Fresh off its successful screenings at the New York Film Festival, the first ever documentary from cinematic provocateur Todd Haynes is about to hit theaters and streaming this weekend. The director of “Velvet Goldmine” and “Carol” takes us on a deep dive into the history of one of rock and roll’s greatest art rock bands,Continue reading ““The Velvet Underground” Hits Apple TV and Select Theaters This Friday (Review)”

Velvet Underground Doc Coming to Apple TV+ from Todd Haynes

This week, Apple TV+ debuted the trailer for Todd Haynes’ new film “The Velvet Underground.” The visionary director of “Poison,” “I’m Not There,” and “Carol,” takes on the original art rockers in his first ever documentary. Utilizing in-depth interviews and gorgeously restored archival footage from the Warhol Museum, Haynes’ film also features never-before-seen performances. AContinue reading “Velvet Underground Doc Coming to Apple TV+ from Todd Haynes”

Sundance Hit “CODA” Comes Home (Review)

Loosely based on a 2014 French Film called “La Famille BĂ©lier,” the second feature film from director Sian Heder introduces us to a family in Gloucester, Massachusetts where a teenage girl named Ruby (Emilia Jones) is the only member of her family who isn’t deaf. In classical music, a coda is the part of theContinue reading “Sundance Hit “CODA” Comes Home (Review)”

Apple TV+ Launches ‘Watch The Sound With Mark Ronson’ Today (Review)

First things first: it would be impossible for me to be impartial when it comes to all things Mark Ronson. I fell deeply in love with his early production work for Nikka Costa. I played tracks from his first solo album “Here Comes The Fuzz” on the air at 97X/WOXY-FM in my past life asContinue reading “Apple TV+ Launches ‘Watch The Sound With Mark Ronson’ Today (Review)”

Apple TV+ Premieres “1971” Series on Friday (Review)

A phenomenal new docuseries entitled “1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything” is premiering on AppleTV+ this Friday, May 21. Using David Hepworth’s book “Never A Dull Moment: 1971 The Year That Rock Exploded” as inspiration, an award-winning team of filmmakers has crafted a highly bingeable eight-part series that intertwines the music and politics ofContinue reading “Apple TV+ Premieres “1971” Series on Friday (Review)”