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‘Sausage Party’ Movie Review

There are several things in Sausage Party, the deeply weird and very funny new animation from the twisted minds of Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Jonah Hill, that can almost…

‘Tickled’ – Film Review

In the vein of Catfish or The Imposter, Tickled is a documentary that repeatedly yanks the rug from under you. Every time you think you think you’re starting to make…

Factory Floor – ’25 25′ Album Review

In this era of flatulent and flabby EDM, it’s refreshing to hear a record like ‘25 25’. One that’s tight and challenging and knows its dance music history. One that…

Thom Sonny Green – ‘High Anxiety’ Album Review

Let’s get straight to the point. This is a 66-minute long, almost entirely instrumental, largely ambient electronic solo album by the drummer from Alt-J. If you’re still reading, thanks for…

‘David Brent: Life On The Road’ – Film Review

There’s reason to feel cautious about Ricky Gervais resurrecting David Brent. The mortifying boss from The Office, who made the vaguely familiar funnyman an overnight comedy hero in 2001, is…

Thee Oh Sees – ‘A Weird Exits’ Review

Why rock’n’roll is better than politics, part 94: when politicians go back on their pledges, it leaves the country teetering on the brink of ungovernable chaos. When musicians (specifically, Thee…

‘Nerve’ – Film Review

This film from Catfish directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman couldn’t be arriving at a better time. Based on Jeanne Ryan’s young adult novel of the same name, Nerve centres…

Giggs – ‘Landlord’ Review

With grime topping festival bills and making serious dents in the charts, it’s easy to forget there’s a parallel strain of British street music that exists far from the headlines.…

‘Suicide Squad’ – Film Review

Back in the ‘80s, when the Suicide Squad first appeared in their own DC book, comics were printed with the four-colour process, a mesh of bright dots that rendered the…

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‘Wiener-Dog’ – Film Review

Indie director Todd Solondz has built a reputation for pushing the boundaries of comedy-drama. Since he debuted with 1995’s bleak coming-of-age film Welcome To The Dollhouse, he’s mined a distinctive…

Dinosaur Jr – ‘Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not’ Review

Dinosaur Jr were always too introverted to shout about it, but their first three albums – breakthrough single ‘Freak Scene’ especially – turned just as many Brits on to American…

NAO – ‘For All We Know’ Review

The Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet From Stardom offers a salient look at the fate of many backing singers. They might have vocals so bloody strong they could drag a 10-tonne…