Viola Beach’s name will always be synonymous with tragedy, but at least now we have a document of who this band were
The Complete Bob Marley & The Wailers 1967-72 Part One
Hold fire, commandant! Untie [a]Gomez[/a] and back to the cells with them!...
Radio Sweethearts live in Glasgow, but every bus ride to the boozer is, in their heads, a trek across an unforgiving desert waste of Texas with only an unconsenting mule for company. They feature BMX Bandits' Francis MacDonald on drums, not so much crushed by Kylie these days as roughed-up by Dolly. Worse still, every song (called things like 'Is Anybody Going To San Antone', 'I Saw The Light' and 'I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train', rather than 'Is Anybody Going To The Offie?' and 'I Saw That Bloke From Mogwai') is a fiddly-dee, grab-your-partner hoedown complete with nasal Texan twang from singer John Miller and the nauseating tap of crocodile shoe on fake straw.
Their final request, you imagine, would be a pot of beans, a crate of Buckfast and some time alone with their dawg. DENIED! ACKACKACKACKACK!
It’s essentially just a slick remix of Finding Nemo, but Finding Dory’s emotional moments will definitely hook you in
Ethan Hawke toots the horn for Chet Baker in this not-quite-a-biopic that takes jazzy liberties with the truth
Gucci Mane’s first album since leaving prison is a riot of big-hitting confessionals, plus Kanye and Drake guest spots
A heroic blend of radio-friendly guitar pop and bristling disco from the Stockport five-piece named after a pub