bleeding audio trailer

What does it take for a band to break through in the increasingly digital music industry? Pop punk band The Matches grappled with that question through their 12-year career, which started in 1997 Oakland and seemed to be on the rise until the mid-2000s when digital music struck and the physical LP was rendered obsolete. To chronicle their rise and fall, and their eventual reunion, director Chelsea Christer made the documentary Bleeding Audio, “an intimate portrait detailing The Matches’ promising career, defeating break up, and inspiring reunion, as they reflect on what success really means for musicians in today’s digital industry.” Watch the Bleeding Audio trailer below.

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