The long-running franchise's latest instalment "might be the summer's most satisfying blockbuster"
Lisp : Flatspin
[a]Lisp[/a] are still offering up electronic watercolours. The WI have been notified.
It's all here, paranoia, anguish, the ever-creeping inertia. "Do you love me, do you love me? Is there anyone above me?" intones singer Jonnie with just slightly too much of the Erasure in his vocals to be cool, yet for a trio made up of "spiritual clubbers" this is a surprisingly inoffensive record, happily devoid of any dippy nonsense about communal experience or sunsets. Yet compared with Massive's fly-blown, rotten vistas, Lisp are still offering up electronic watercolours. The WI have been notified.
With Skepta and Stormzy dragging hard lyricism into the mainstream, Flowdan’s blunt rap suddenly feels on trend
The Canadian band bring little to the table with their second album of meat-and-potatoes tunes
Please, let this fifth Ice Age film be the last
Spielberg’s take on the beloved Roald Dahl novel is restrained, nostalgic and sweetly sentimental