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Garbage – ‘Strange Little Birds’ Review

Last year, Garbage celebrated the 20th anniversary of their self-titled debut album. The timing was impeccable – pop culture’s ever rotating wheel of influence had already spun back to the…

‘The Nice Guys’ – Film Review

Ryan Gosling has been in a dark place for a long time film-wise. Since 2011’s The Ides Of March he’s been mining dark dramas, stepping only briefly into comedy for…

Tegan & Sara – ‘Love You To Death’ Review

Eight albums into their career, Canadian twins Tegan and Sara have made their definitive record. 2013’s ‘Heartthrob’, which boasted the pounding ‘Closer’, revealed the former indie rockers as a force…

The Kills – ‘Ash & Ice’ Review

The Kills have always been underdogs. Even after 15 years together, four albums and a heap of acclaim, Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart’s biggest UK headline show remains a gig…

Whitney – ‘Light Upon The Lake’ Review

It takes a lot to be happy in music. With their new band Whitney, former Smith Westerns songwriter/guitarist Max Kakacek and drummer Julien Ehrlich have hit upon a sweet spot…

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Nothing – ‘Tired of Tomorrow’ Review

It's been two years since [a]Nothing[/a] released their debut album 'Guilty of Everything' - not a lengthy absence given the barrage of shit the band have been dealing with ever…

The Strokes – ‘Future Present Past EP’ Review

For [a]The Strokes[/a] – a band who often seem damned by what they do, what they don’t, and, above all, what they did 15 years ago – the past, present…

‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ – Film Review

Tim Burton’s 2010 adaptation of Alice In Wonderland wasn’t the freaky masterpiece fans of Lewis Carroll’s beloved 1865 novel were hoping for. But the CGI-heavy film was a huge box…

‘Money Monster’ – Film Review

Last year’s The Big Short deservedly earned five Oscar nominations for providing an insight into the 2007-8 financial crisis without skimping on zingers, plot twists and big screen glamour. Although…

Catfish & The Bottlemen – ‘The Ride’ Review

Catfish & The Bottlemen’s rise from pub-circuit obscurity to the top of the indie-rock food chain has been a tale of Leicester City-esque proportions. With their weird name, laddish leanings…

Jarvis Cocker – ‘EP’ Review

When Jarvis Cocker recorded a tribute to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks and broadcast it on his Radio 6 Music show – Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service – last…

Car Seat Headrest – ‘Teens Of Denial’ Review

As Car Seat Headrest, 23-year-old Will Toledo has released an impressive 12 albums since 2010. Eleven of these were fashioned in the depths of his college bedroom in Virginia and…

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