Already hailed as the hit of the summer, Netflix mystery-thriller White Lines is a furious cocktail of action, suspense, drama and frequent hilarity.
Set between ‘90s Manchester and club-laden Ibiza, it’s gonzo television that flits across the serious and the surreal as it attempts to uncover who is responsible for a homicide, NME reports.
Created by Álex Pina, the new 10-part series combines multiple genres and complex storylines to create something truly original.
‘White Lines’ streams on Netflix from May 15.
For a show built around music, it’s perhaps no surprise that it has a fiercely eclectic soundtrack. As well as ‘90s throwbacks from the likes of Happy Mondays, The Farm and The Charlatans, there’s also an incredible cover of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ and newer tracks from contemporary artists such as Mabel, M83 and Aitch.
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