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MS MR – ‘How Does It Feel?’

As co-founder of New York label Neon Gold – which has released records by Haim, Charli XCX and Marina & The Diamonds – Lizzy Plapinger deals in bold pop hooks…

Ant-Man – Film Review

Quick-shrinking superhero Ant-Man made his Marvel Comics debut in 1962, and this expensive summer blockbuster marks his first cinema appearance. Paul Rudd stars as Scott Lang, a burglar persuaded by…

The Chemical Brothers – ‘Born In The Echoes’

The Chemical Brothers are arguably one of the most important groups in dance history. Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons’ peerless ‘Dig Your Own Hole’ introduced rock and psychedelia to dance…

Four Tet – ‘Morning/Evening’

Since his 1999 debut ‘Dialogue’, Kieren Hebden has turned his hand to all manner of electronic noise, from the jazz of 2007’s ‘Tongues’ (made with jazz drummer Steve Reid) to…

6 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This Week

You know about the big releases each week, but what about the smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar? We've rounded up nine of the best new album…

Frankie & The Heartstrings – ‘Decency’

Frankie & The Heartstrings have become a Sunderland supergroup of sorts, with The Futureheads’ Ross Millard joining their ranks alongside Hookworms' MJ on production duties. This reshuffle – in 'Decency's…

Terminator Genisys – Film Review

James Cameron, director of the first two Terminator films, has called this fifth instalment (directed by Thor 2's Alan Taylor) a "renaissance". But despite his endorsement and Arnold Schwarzenegger's return…

Magic Mike XXL – Film Review

For unknown reasons, this sequel to 2012's Magic Mike doesn't feature Matthew McConaughey. Perhaps, following his Best Actor Oscar in 2013 for Dallas Buyers Club, he's decided he no longer…

Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge – ‘Twelve Reasons To Die II’

This sequel to the Wu-Tanger's 2013 concept album reunites him with producer-composer Adrian Younge. As well as continuing the labyrinthine plot from the first record - the backstory, in which…

Years & Years – ‘Communion’

Years & Years won the BBC Sound Of 2015 poll in January. Past winners include Sam Smith (the only artist to shift a million LPs in both the UK and…

Tame Impala – ‘Currents’ review

You’ve probably heard the story about how the human body replaces all its cells over a period of about seven years. It’s pretty much bullshit, naturally, but cast your mind…

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Amy – Film Review

If you thought the emotionally draining Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck was on course to be the most harrowing music documentary of 2015, then think again. The story of Amy…