Are you having withdrawal from your EDM festivals?
Dont worry, we have all the Netflix and Hulu EDM tv shows you can watch below.
And if you miss your edm music then just jump on over to the Top 100 songs page and discover some new edm songs and edm artists.
#1 What We Started (NETFLIX)
Most of this edm documentary is about Martin Garrix and Techno King Carl Cox.
Featuring a powerful cast of electronic dance music superstars, including Carl Cox and Martin Garrix, Afrojack, and more, this critically acclaimed documentary explores the past, present and future of electronic dance music.
What We Started is the definitive film of the genre, and includes an exclusive look into a widely misunderstood and well-insulated industry on its way to global domination.
#2 AVICII: TRUE STORIES – (NETFLIX)
Directed by Levan Tsikurishvili, This 2017 Avicii documentary shows many details about the EDM artists life that not many people knew.
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.”
This Avicii documentary is on Netflix and is called ‘Avicii: True Stories‘.
This was a great EDM movie and was one of my favorites along with ‘What We Started’.
#3 This Was Tomorrow (NETFLIX)
Cant afford $3,000 EDM festival tickets to go to Tomorrowland?
#4 XOXO (NETFLIX)
EDM Fans this one is for you! Watching this EDM festival movie might give you deja vu.
XOXO is a coming-of-age ensemble film about a group of 20-somethings on a crazy adventure to the biggest EDM festival in America, XOXO.
The film follows six strangers whose lives collide in one frenetic, dream-chasing, hopelessly romantic night. At the center is Ethan, a young DJ who gets a last minute slot to perform after his tracks go viral online days before the festival. This is a huge opportunity… if he can just make it there in one piece.
#5 What Would Diplo Do? (HULU)
In this EDM comedy James Van Der Beek plays Diplo for a limited Viceland series.
#6 I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead- (NETFLIX)
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead, directed by Justin Krook, is a heart-pumping yet heart-wrenching documentary about one of the most eminent DJs working today: Steve Aoki. In the lead-up to Aoki’s biggest show of his career, this introspective EDM documentary examines the driving force behind his passion: Rocky Aoki, daredevil showman, Benihana founder, and Steve’s looming father figure. From producers Matthew Weaver (Rock of Ages), Matt Colon, Happy Weaver and David Gelb (Chef’s Table, Jiro Dreams of Sushi).