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Cake – Film Review

In director Daniel Barnz's new film, Jennifer Aniston is transformed as Claire Bennett, an affluent Los Angeles woman struggling to rebuild her life after a car accident that leaves her…

Rise Of The Super Furry Animals by Ric Rawlins

According to singer Gruff Rhys, Rise Of The Super Furry Animals “lifts the lid on the revolutionary, crazed and beautiful musical events and conversations” that occurred during the band’s 1990s…

7 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This Week

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don't miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which…

Spectres – ‘Dying’

It doesn’t take much to decipher the themes Bristol’s Spectres are exploring on their debut album. The 10 songs on ‘Dying’ are as troubling as the disfigured face that adorns…

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – ‘Chasing Yesterday’

At 47 years old, after more than 20 years in the game and with Oasis now well and truly behind him, what do we really expect from Noel Gallagher? For…

The Cribs, Electric Ballroom, London

“Does anybody want to hear a new song?” asks Ryan Jarman, introducing ‘Different Angle’ to a sold out and up for it Electric Ballroom. “I hate it when you see…

Drenge, The Dome, London

Nearly a month after introducing their second album with a stomping performance of comeback single ‘We Can Do What We Want’ on the Late Show With David Letterman last month,…

Purity Ring – ‘Another Eternity’

When Purity Ring posted ‘Push Pull’, the first track from their second album, ‘Another Eternity’, on YouTube last December, a ding-dong broke out among commenters about how to define the…

THEESatisfaction – ‘EarthEE’

THEESatisfaction have released plenty of music in the three years since their well-received debut, ‘awE naturalE’, including a mixtape titled ‘THEESatifisfaction Loves Erykah Badu.’ You can hear Badu’s influence across…

Joker – ‘The Mainframe’

Bristol’s Liam McLean rose to national attention during the dubstep gold rush of 2009, but the man they call Joker wouldn’t be forced into anyone’s niche. His opulent, melody-stuffed productions…

Peace, Heaven, London

An hour into Peace’s gorgeous, amorphous NME Awards gig, showcasing their second album ‘Happy People’, the Birmingham champions take a sharp left turn straight through the looking glass. As the…

Lxury – ‘Into The Everywhere’

As Lxury, Croydon producer Andy Smith is injecting the UK dance scene with a certain restless energy. The 24-year-old’s burgeoning reputation comes Disclosure-approved – they collaborated on his euphoric 2013…