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‘Wonder Woman’ – Film Review

If the DC extended universe has so far been left lacking when compared to rival Marvel’s arsenal of Avengers, Iron Man, Captain America et al, Wonder Woman is the one…

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The Amazons – ‘The Amazons’ Review

British guitar bands are getting a bit of a rough ride at the moment. Whether it’s elder statesmen like Paul Weller bemoaning the “insipid” wave of music coming through, or…

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‘War Machine’ – Film Review

By far the starriest of Netflix’s self-built movies so far – as well as megastar Brad Pitt, the cast includes Ben Kingsley, Tilda Swinton and Will Poulter – War Machine…

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‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’ – Film Review

The incredible success of Pirates Of The Caribbean is an endorsement of the old “Disney magic”. It’s hard to imagine anyone else turning a theme park ride into a film franchise…

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‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ – Film Review

Unsurprisingly, there are many moments in Guy Ritchie’s take on Arthurian legend that aren’t classically Camelot; the use of the phrase “honeyt**s”, the appearance of David Beckham as a blokey…

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Linkin Park – ‘One More Light’ Review

Linkin Park have always leapt between genres throughout their 17-year career, and on electro-rap albums like 2010’s ‘A Thousand Suns’ their sound drifted far from the classic nu-metal of 2000…

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J Hus – ‘Common Sense’ Review

If any single artist embodies the boundary-trouncing cross-pollination that’s making hip-hop so exciting right now, it’s 20-year-old London rapper J Hus. He’s a total vocal chameleon, capable of convincingly switching…

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Paramore – ‘After Laughter’ Review

Emo kids’ eyeliner will be even smudgier than normal this week, because on their fifth album Tennessee alt.rockers Paramore have finally fully ditched the serrated guitar-driven angst and the baggy…

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Harry Styles – ‘Harry Styles’ Review

So here it is, the album every One Direction fan has been breathlessly waiting for and the album that everyone else has been kinda interested in, y’know, just to see…

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‘Jawbone’ – Film Review

The title of this sinewy boxing drama refers to a passage about Samson, the super-strong biblical figure who was sworn off wine and would lose his strength if he shaved…

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Paul Weller – ‘A Kind Revolution’ Review

It’s 40 years since Paul Weller first sang about “the young idea” on The Jam's 1977 track ‘In The City’, but as he approaches 60, the passage of time has…

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PWR BTTM – ‘Pageant’ Review

Nobody does fun quite like PWR BTTM. The New York duo of Liv Bruce and Ben Hopkins throw glitter and wild shapes on stage, and not one of their spirited…

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