people on the internet sure do have a lot of time on their hands — and good reason for that. here’s a fan-made documentary of sir yeezy tha god, just in time for the internet buzz building around his maybe/maybe not album that maybe/maybe not coming out on june 18th. it’s 45 minutes long and covers the entire span of ye’s career – pre-college dropout and all.
not that i was on the pirate bay (but i was), but i happened to see this trailer on their homepage. ‘the pirate bay – away from keyboard’ has commissioned an official documentary, which seems all the more interesting every time the site gets shut down. anyway, check the trailer for the film above and sit tight till you can download the film.
in the third part of the “a night with letlive” documentary, you get to jump right into the on-stage chaos that occurs on a nightly basis with the band. here’s part 2 and part 1 if you missed em.
however, the timing of this is rough, considering the band put up a strange/emotional message up on their facebook, announcing that they’re leaving their current tour with every time i die. check out the message below.
Today marks the hardest and most unfavorable decision we have ever had to make as an outfit as we must announce our departure from the current tour with Every Time I Die, The Chariot, and Kills And Thrills. Due to an inescapable issue that calls for our return home, we have been offered no alternative. Please understand this is the very last thing we would ever want, but truly, there is no other option for us at this point. We have already already begun planning to make up for our absence in the remaining regions and can assure you we will be back much sooner than you think. This goes without being said, but we’ll say it anyway- go support these incredible bands. This is undoubtedly one of the most praiseworthy lineups to date. Thank you for you support and understanding. We will see you soon.
let’s hope the guys get things settled and hit the road again!
not too long ago, jay-z played an 8-show residency during the grand opening week of brooklyn’s state of the art barclays center. and while the nets are off to a good start, jay-z’s first 8 shows did wonders. here’s “where i’m from” – a half hour long documentary chronicling his time during said residency. that screenshot? probably the sweetest part of it all. you’ll see.
flylo is the latest artist to hit the red bull documentary circuit, with this new short film in layer 3. well done as expected, watch the clip for a “behind the scenes” look at flylo’s expansive live set up, and a step into the audiosensory overload he provides.
meek mill released his highly anticipated album, dreams & nightmares, to solid reviews yesterday. to accompany the release, him and the MMG empire decided to pair it up with a 30 minute behind the scenes documentary. the clip takes you into mill’s life, the recording process and much more.
forever love this band, forever love this album. take a look behind the scenes of the making of the 2006 album, as well as footage from the recent live show where the band performed the album in it’s entirety.
ryan gosling cares, so you should too. one of the best hardcore bands of the 00s reunited last fall, and the folks at deathwish have enough footage to toss on an 11 minute long trailer. if the TRAILER is this long, what’s to come on the actual documentary?
brb, going to listen to background music and set everything i know or love on fire.
i thought this was going to be one of those dope videos from the spinner folks, that only runs about 3-5 minutes in running time. but i’d come to find out a 10+ minute mark, so it becomes a “TL; DW” type of situation. sorry. in better news, ASAP is hitting houston on february 26th, and i plan on being there, elbows flyin’ around the place.
with TM103 finally dropping after its umpteenth delay, jeezy will be pairing up the release with a full scale, 42-minute documentary. initially, i thought this was going to be some original movie, but it turns out it’s more of a biography, which is definitely a sigh of relief.