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‘White Noise’ review: don’t miss this darkly funny family drama starring Adam Driver

In Noah Baumbach's brilliant new satire, you'll laugh and wince in one breath

Weyes Blood – ‘And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ review: quiet optimism in the present-day apocalypse

LA-based artist Natalie Mering cuts through this strange and isolating period of history with a subtle touch, carefully unearthing a scrap of hope in the process

Christine and The Queens – ‘Redcar les adorables étoiles’ review: high art meets dark, uneasy synth-pop

The French star’s most conceptual record yet grapples with fascinating questions about love and poetry, but occasionally feels unfocused in the process

Charli XCX: “I like playing games with pop music. I enjoy poking fun at it”

The pop innovator’s blood-splattered, chart-topping fifth album ‘Crash’ embraced the dark arts of the music industry. Following its immense success and the end of her record label contract, Charli’s destiny is in her hands

‘My Policeman’ review: think Harry Styles can’t act? This soft-centred romance says otherwise

Forget 'Don't Worry Darling', the pop star's latest movie proves he's he's no Hollywood dunce

PVA – ‘Blush’ review: London dance pop maestros are impossible to ignore

With a much broader emotional range than their early material, the trio's debut pulses with real dancefloor power

‘The Whale’ review: Brendan Fraser shines but this is clumsy at best

Stand-out performances can’t save Darren Aronofsky’s latest from sinking

The 1975 – ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ review: back to their very best

After an experimental phase, the band’s fifth album is succinct, cuttingly self-aware, and boasts some of their most-direct pop hits in years

‘Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical’ review: much-loved children’s story dances to a new tune

Matthew Warchus' book-to-stage-to-film adaptation will warm your heart

Oliver Sim on his soul-searching solo debut: “If I’m not one-third of The xx, who am I?”

'Hideous Bastard' deals with the difficult topics, but is anything but a downer.