Led by Daniel Ek, a group of passionate young entrepreneurs come together in what seems to be the impossible task to change the music industry - and the world. They set out to create a legal streaming service for music.

This series tells the story of the early days of Spotify as seen through the eyes of some of the most important persons that started and helped the launch of the company.

While the first 5 episodes are pretty well done and told, the last episode is off and falls flat. However, the series itself is well done, the music is great and the acting is well done.

Moreover, the cinematography is brilliant, I loved the surrealism of the hallway in “The Lawyer” episode, or the Matrix-like colour-grading of “The Coder”.

The last episode, “The Artist”, shows Spotify from the side of the underpaid and struggling artist. While it’s based on reality, it’s a lot of agenda pushing and political correctness.

Four popcorns.

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