Death Grips - 'Jenny Death'

Death Grips - 'Jenny Death'

Trying to figure out Death Grips’ agenda is a thankless task. Since announcing their split with a note on a paper napkin last summer, they’ve been more active than a vat of mouldy yoghurt. As well as recording ‘Jenny Death’, which makes up...

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The Invisible Life - Film Review

The Invisible Life - Film Review

Fans of the writer-director Vítor Gonçalves have learned to be patient. The 64-year-old's 1986 debut, A Girl In Summer , was hailed as a landmark of Portuguese cinema, but this is his first film for 27 years. There is no sense of him making up...

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Tyler, The Creator - 'Cherry Bomb'

Tyler, The Creator - 'Cherry Bomb'

“I’m rapping about diamonds and cars and money now”, mutters Tyler, The Creator on ‘Keep Da O’s’. “What the fuck has gotten into me, man?” Five years in, it’s probably about time that Los Angeles enfants terrible Odd Future...

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Glassland - Film Review

Glassland - Film Review

Twenty-seven-year-old writer-director Gerard Barrett won acclaim for his first feature, the 2012 Irish Times Best Film Award winner, Pilgrim Hill. This follow-up, shot over 18 days in a dark, rain-swept Dublin, is a stark, deeply moving...

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Good Kill - Film Review

Good Kill - Film Review

Good Kill sees Ethan Hawke and Gattaca writer-director Andrew Niccol reunite for a war film with a topical twist. Hawke's US Air Force fighter pilot Major Tom Egan has six tours of duty under his belt, but now operates drones remotely from an...

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Raekwon - 'Fly International Luxurious Art'

Raekwon - 'Fly International Luxurious Art'

Raekwon's aviation-themed sixth solo outing begins with a wash of ambient airport sounds: roaring jet engines, husky-voiced lady passport officials and paparazzi shutterbugs snapping the Wu-Tang master at arrivals. The message is unsubtle: after...

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The Falling - Film Review

The Falling - Film Review

Written and directed by Carol Morley (sister of former NME journalist Paul), The Falling tells the mysterious story of a fainting epidemic at a girls' school in 1969. Following a tragic incident that devastates her friendship group, headstrong...

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Alabama Shakes - 'Sound & Color'

Alabama Shakes - 'Sound & Color'

One of the biggest hurdles facing Alabama Shakes on ‘Sound & Color’ is that you’ll never be able to hear Brittany Howard’s voice for the first time again. The novelty of that viscous, weather-beaten drawl coming from such an unlikely...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (15/4/2015)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (15/4/2015)

Tame Impala? - Cause I’m A Man ? Part of you wishes Tame Impala would stop fucking about and write a record full of tracks as enormous as ‘Elephant’ from 2012 album ‘Lonerism’. An even larger part of you, though, is grateful for the...

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9 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This Week

9 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This...

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don't miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which might become some of your favourites. We've rounded up six of the...

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