Seeing The Music

The Coda Collection is a music channel focusing on classic music documentaries, live performances and other rare music footage. The channel’s backers include rock star spouses Yoko Ono and Janie Hendrix and is available via Amazon Prime. There are films grouped into themes, series and curated collections. It looks to feature films focusing on artists […]

Seen In A New Light

Vivian Maier isn’t the only supplier of great found photography. Robert Blomfield from Scotland also has some wonderful images that his family want to share with the world. Scotland – as well as the rest of the UK – has transformed enormously since the1950s. These times are long gone and this type of Scotland will […]

Who’s Selling

Unstoppable classic rockers The Who are releasing a deluxe version of their 1967 album The Who Sell Out. Featuring an eyes widening, 112 tracks of which 45 have been previously unreleased, the listener will be seeing songs for miles. There’s also additional material including posters, album artwork prints and liner notes from composer Pete Townshend. […]

A New Day

A new biopic on the life of jazz great Billie Holiday has been released on Hulu called The United States vs. Billie Holiday. The reviews have been somewhat mixed, but it’s still worth a look for the performance of Andra Day and also to be reminded of the greatness of Lady Day

Group Off

In yet another example of unconvincingly apologising well after the damage has been done, according to a Wall Street Journal report, Facebook knew of violence plagued groups. The only group left worth joining is the leave Facebook group.