Kate Bush - Hammersmith Apollo, London - Tuesday, August 26 2014

Kate Bush - Hammersmith Apollo, London -...

“Where’ve you been?” Kate Bush asks nonchalantly, beaming widely as the second standing ovation of the night greets the close of her first song, ‘Lily’. Thirty-five long years in the waiting, and at first, incredible as it was to even...

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Sin City: A Dame To Kill For - Film Review

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For - Film Review

The green screen technology championed by Robert Rodriguez at his Troublemaker Studios in Austin, Texas on films like Spy Kids and Machete has come a long way since 2005. Fans of his monochrome noir have had to wait nine years for a Sin City...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (27/8/2014)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (27/8/2014)

Peaking Lights - Breakdown ‘Breakdown’ is the lead single from 'Cosmic Logic', Peaking Lights' fourth album, in which kraut percussion shuffles and Indra Dunis’ playful vocals take centre stage. Skewed sound effects and sampled synth...

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Deliver Us From Evil - Film Review

Deliver Us From Evil - Film Review

Director Scott Derrickson's ( Sinister ) conjures a genre-mashing supernatural cop thriller starring Eric Bana ( The Incredible Hulk ) as Ralph Sarchie, a special ops New York cop. Sarchie investigates a series of gory incidents involving a trio...

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Into the Storm - Film Review

Into the Storm - Film Review

It's nearly 20 years since storm chasing disaster flick Twister hit cinemas but finally, for raw eye of the storm action, it's been bettered by studio Warner Bros who also produced George Clooney vehicle The Perfect Storm . Storms… Hollywood...

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Finding Fela - Film Review

Finding Fela - Film Review

Calling this film about Fela Kuti, the great Nigerian afrobeat musician/revolutionary, Finding Fela sets it up as a kind of Fantastic Man , Vice’s excellent recent documentary about the mysterious William Onyeabor, also from Nigeria, or...

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Ty Segall - 'Manipulator'

Ty Segall - 'Manipulator'

Ty Segall has managed to rattle off over a dozen albums of eccentric garage rock in just six years. But ‘Manipulator’, his latest, feels like the moment the 27-year-old Californian has been building towards all along. Whereas the gentle,...

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The New Pornographers - 'Brill Bruisers'

The New Pornographers - 'Brill Bruisers'

AC Newman’s third solo album ‘Shut Down The Streets’ was a missed masterpiece of 2012, the Pornographer-in-chief’s melodic deftness stripped bare and intimately licked. Returning to his Canadian base alongside Neko Case and their fellow...

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J Mascis - 'Tied To A Star'

J Mascis - 'Tied To A Star'

Dinosaur Jr mastermind J Mascis’ second solo album is categorised by steel-stringed acoustics and mid-tempo folk, following 2011's 'Several Shades Of Why' as a departure from his band's back catalogue of fuzz-laden joyrides. ‘Me Again’ sets...

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Rustie - 'Green Language'

Rustie - 'Green Language'

Perhaps more than any other producer, even Warp labelmate Hudson Mohawke, Rustie encapsulated the shift in electronic music in the early 2010s, when minimal production gave way to day-glo maximalism. Over a trio of lofty peaks – 2011 debut...

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