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Harry Styles – ‘Fine Line’ review: packed with personality and charm (and saucy lyrics)

The former One Directioner has come good on his early promise

Wonder Woman 1984: cast, release date and everything we know so far

Grossing more than $389 million at the US box office, Wonder Woman has been one of this summer’s biggest blockbusters. It was no surprise...

Camila Cabello – ‘Romance’ review: earth-shattering pop tunes and tentative ballads

The Cuban-American pop queen deviates from her trademark sound on album number two

Hannah Diamond – ‘Reflections’ review: the PC Music star, rumoured to be a robot, explores very human heartbreak

The Charli XCX collaborator has a gift for unknotting messy emotions, though the buoyant pop works better than the sluggish ballads

Rina Sawayama: “We can’t just normalise using Japanese culture in the way that we’ve been doing”

The latest Dirty Hit signee rages against microaggresions on brilliant new single ‘STFU!’

‘Charlie’s Angels’ review: Kristen Stewart-starring reboot is frivolous fun but sometimes falls flat

K-Stew proves her star quality once again, but there's little else here to get excited about

Canadian fun-punks PUP: “Every band has a responsibility to call out bad behaviour at shows”

Over the past decade the Canadian punks have been outspoken about creating a safe environment at their gigs

Hannah Diamond: PC Music’s audio-visual artist who turned heartbreak into her long-awaited debut album

Where do you start when writing a pop song? Well, for Hannah Diamond’s ‘Invisible’, it began with 'Greensleeves': y’know, the 16th century folk song...
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