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Jake Bugg – ‘On My One’ Review

The title of [a]Jake Bugg[/a]’s third album acts as a not-so-subtle reminder that it’s the first one that Bugg himself is wholly responsible for. Having employed (at the behest of…

Disclosure – ‘Moog For Love’ EP

On its release in September 2015, NME labeled Disclosure’s last full-length album “dance music for grown-ups”. It’s a term the Lawrence brothers seem keen to scythe down decisively on their…

‘Where To Invade Next’ – Film Review

Michael Moore has been a bug up the ass of America’s powerful for over 25 years, poking his camera at sneaky CEOs, the NRA and George W Bush in documentaries…

‘The Boss’ – Film Review

Since her riotously entertaining breakthrough in Bridesmaids, Melissa McCarthy has made herself one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars with comedy hits like Spy and The Heat. Next month she’ll strap…

Spring King – ‘Tell Me If You Like To’ Review

When they first toured in summer 2013, [a]Spring King[/a] schlepped around in founding member Tarek Musa’s mum’s Honda, ate packed lunches and relied on T-shirt sales for petrol money. They…

The Invisible – ‘Patience’ Review

Fittingly named, The Invisible are session musicians to the stars, a trio of unassuming childhood pals who make up the house band you’ve never heard of. But with their third…

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…