I remember watching this movie around 2004 on Canal+ (I think it aired in at least two parts). It was a collection of short fantasy films (stories). Each story was about 20-30 minutes long and it had completely separate plot to other stories. Every one of them had a theme related to music, have supernatural elements and ends badly for main character.
The stories I remember:
A story about a politician who had a car accident in which his wife died. When he listens to a specific song, he goes back in time to that accident (like in the movie "Butterfly Effect") and is able to change things in the past, save his wife and do do other things to help himself get a better career. At the end he messes things up and ends up deaf, unable to hear that song and fix it.
A story about musician who sells his soul to the devil to be the best guitar player in the world. The devil gives him that, and the guy has an amazing career. After some time, the devil comes back to collect his soul, but the guy doesn't want to go to hell. So the devil offers him a challenge - he gives him a sheet with music and tells him that if he is able to play that perfectly, then he will win and can keep his soul. The musician agrees and began playing.
As he does, the string on his guitar breaks and his finger is bleeding. Drops of blood fall on that sheet and make additional notes that he now has to play. He keeps bleeding, new notes appear, other strings break. At the end when he is finished, one last drop of blood creates a sign that means "play everything one more time". He can't and loses the bet. Devil comments, that Hendrix wasn't able to do that either. I think this story was called "Coda".
A story about a guy who takes drugs to write songs. His band doesn't want him to take more drugs and want to kick him out. He ends up locked in the mental hospital in the end, where lots of songs writers are. I think there was someone evil using them to make hit songs, but I can't remember.
A story about music store. There was something about vinyl records, but I can't remember what.
I think this movie was in two parts, 4 stories per part. Or maybe those were two separate movies in a series.