Spin it Back Saturday: TroyBoi & Flosstradamus – ‘Soundclash’
February 16, 2019
February 16, 2019
What happens when the festival ends and that post-festival depression starts? Binge watching shows and movies about you’re missing most is a good cure. Believe it or not, there are a ton of movies and TV shows with EDM themes you can stream on Netflix and Hulu right now! The content ranges from comedies, documentaries, dramas, and everything in between. So grab some popcorn, kick your feet back and check them out!
What Would Diplo Do? – Hulu
What Would Diplo Do? (2017) | TRAILER
In this instant classic, James Van Der Beek becomes Diplo and acts alongside Dillon Francis and Bobby Lee. Van Der Beek goes through the ups, downs, and everything in between of being a world-famous DJ and Producer. Although there’s only one season releaseD, this comedic masterpiece will have you laughing from start to finish.
XOXO – Netflix
XOXO | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix
“XOXO” can be best described as an EDM festival parody. This movie fulfills every EDM festival stereotype you can think of and more in an at time cringe-worthy and ironic way. I firmly believe the way this movie portrays festivals is how people who have never been to a festival before think they are really like. I wouldn’t take this movie too seriously, but it’s still worth watching.
This Was Tomorrow – Netflix
This Was Tomorrow – official trailer
Too broke to go to Tomorrowland? Don’t worry, me too, but you can still experience everything Tomorrowland has to offer in this documentary. Go behind the scenes of the biggest festival in the world.
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead- Netflix
Steve Aoki: I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead | Date Announcement | Netflix
This documentary tells the story of the rise and career of Steve Aoki. This documentary follows Aoki back to the very beginning and discusses his family life and what made Aoki so motivated and passionate to follow a career in music.
What we Started – Netflix
What We Started – Trailer
The film is centered largely around the immensely successful EDM star Martin Garrix as well as the legendary Carl Cox. It documents the ever-changing culture of dance music over the course of three decades and features interviews with some of the most widely known names in the industry, from David Guetta, Richie Hawtin and Paul Oakenfold to one particularly searing take from Seth Troxler.
AVICII: TRUE STORIES – Netflix
AVICII: TRUE STORIES – Official Trailer
Director, Levan Tsikurishvili said, “I wanted to do a brutally honest film about Tim as a person and not only about Avicii. Everybody knows Avicii but very few people know Tim. I think this documentary really shows Tim’s struggle and strength of character. Being a worldwide superstar artist is not as easy as it looks on Instagram.”