Netflix for the Music Aficionado

Another weekend is here, and since we had something special for creative folk last week, this weekend we’re bringing a list of Netflix programs for the music addicts out there. (Yes, yes, we haven’t forgotten you). So without further ado, let’s get listing.

 

Hans Zimmer: Live in Prague

In this concert, Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer performs his most iconic movie scores to a sell-out crowd at the O2 Arena in Prague. Slightly over two hours long, this concert is perfect for you if you believe that the score of a movie sets the tone for it. Feel emotions rise and fall as classics from movies like The Dark Knight, Lion King, and Interstellar, among many others, are performed by a live orchestra. Your mind will be blown!

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27: Gone Too Soon

Explore the circumstances surrounding the tragic deaths at 27 of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse. This program chronicles what many music followers and fans refuse to acknowledge as mere coincidence. With so many great artists leaving us at the young and barely-getting-started age of 27, just what is going on? Is there a conspiracy? Is it just a coincidence? Is there a deeper meaning? Watch and explore the options.

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Rapture

Groundbreaking artists share their life stories in this vibrant documentary series that captures hip-hop’s impact on global culture. Episodes explore the stories of different artists, ranging from LOGIC to T.I., Nas, G-Easy, and others. This is an interesting watch if hip-hop is your thing, as it explores not only the music, but the back stories and culture that brings it all to the forefront.

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Also, there are a host of documentaries or special series focusing on specific artists and their journeys, or specific concert tours, if that’s what you’re looking for. Learn more about David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, Foo Fighters, Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, and even The Beatles. There’s something for everyone, spanning across all music genres. So hit that search on, and get your chill on.

Have a great weekend!