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‘The Disaster Artist’ – Film Review

You’ll remember if you’ve seen The Room. It’s not the kind of movie you forget, hard as you may try. Released in 2003, it’s a film so terrible, so boundlessly,…

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QTY – ‘QTY’ Review

New York city hasn’t ever been short of defining albums. They’ve arrived in all shapes and sizes, with the Big Apple’s roll call of talent including, to name a few,…

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Miguel – ‘War & Leisure’ Review

What, exactly, does Miguel want? Listening to the lusty slow jams that make up fourth album ‘War 
& Leisure’, you’d be forgiven for thinking this loverman mainly wants a nice…

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U2 – ‘Songs of Experience’ Review

When U2 conspired with Apple to force their last album ‘Songs Of Innocence’ uninvited onto every phone on the planet in 2014, it was a sign of a band shoulder-deep…

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‘Suburbicon’ – Film Review

On paper, Suburbicon should be a classic. It’s directed by George Clooney, it began life as a Coen Brothers script and it stars Oscar-winners Matt Damon and Julianne Moore. All…

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Björk – ‘Utopia’ Review

The last material we heard from Björk was a bit of downer, wasn’t it? 2015’s ‘Vulnicura’ was a sweeping, majestic break-up album that saw her creating a raw, emotive narrative…

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – ‘Who Built The Moon?’ Review

What a difference two decades make. In the 90s we nailed our colours to Blur or Oasis; now we’re forced to choose between Oasis Oasis and Blur Oasis. Team Liam…

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Jaden Smith – ‘Syre’ Review

Jaden Smith has more deep thoughts than you. At 19, he has already been responsible for tweets such as: “Dying is MainStream” and “Most Trees Are Blue”. Alongside sister Willow…

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Liam Gallagher – ‘As You Were’ Review

Stop everything guys, because it’s finally here. Liam Gallagher’s album might be the most eagerly awaited solo debut of the year, but is it any good? The answer, thankfully, is…

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‘Ingrid Goes West’ Film Review

Cinema is littered with bad films about the internet. Last year we had Friend Request, a dull horror about meeting strangers on Facebook. Then we had The Circle, a poorly…

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Paloma Faith – ‘The Architect’ Review

Paloma Faith calls her fourth album a “social observation record”, and it begins with a spoken-word intro from Samuel L Jackson, who tells us, “Do not be fearful of evolution…

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‘Justice League’ – Film Review

Production difficulties and reshoots are not unusual in blockbusters these days, but the difficulties in making Justice League were especially harsh and tragic. To not mention them before reviewing would…

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