7 Things We Like This Week (8/4/2015)

Each week, NME chooses the best books, clothes, boxsets, DVDs and more that you need to get your hands on. It could be pretty much anything. This week’s new haul includes The Replacements’ box set and Chance The Rapper’s short film.

BOX SET: The Replacements – The Complete Studio Albums 1981-1990
The cult Minneapolis band return to the UK for the first time in 24 years in June but, before that, they’re reissuing their entire back catalogue. Delve deep and see why artists like The Cribs, Wolf Alice, Jamie T and more love them so much.
BUY £24.99, amazon.co.uk

APP: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Kiwi-American psych band are set to release their third album ‘Multi-Love’ on May 26. Get excited for the record with this specially created video game, designed to “represent the vacuum of space” as you construct, paint and stretch objects in space.
DOWNLOAD multi-love.com


BOOK: Kanye West: God & Monster by Mark Beaumont
NME’s own Mark Beaumont documents the controversial rap megastar’s life and times, from his childhood in the Chicago suburbs to making his latest masterpiece, ‘Yeezus’.
BUY £16.95, amazon.co.uk

VINYL: East India Youth – ‘Culture Of Volume’
Experience the delicate ambient, techno and pop textures of William Doyle’s second LP – and first for XL – on this double vinyl edition.
BUY £15.29, in Fopp stores

DVD: Electricity
Agyness Deyn might be better known as a model but in Electricity she puts in an acclaimed turn as Lily, a tough northerner who discovers the brother she thought was dead could still be alive.
BUY £10, in Fopp stores

ONLINE: Jerry Seinfeld & Wale
Wale’s ‘The Matrimony’ single features a discussion about marriage between the rapper and comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Now you can watch their chat in full, with this video showing Seinfeld opening up to Wale about the ups and downs of getting hitched.
WATCH youtube.com

Not happy with just being one of the rap world’s brightest young stars, Chance The Rapper is turning his hand to acting too. Catch him in this short film, where he plays a depressed man who enlists the help of an online service to end his life for him.
WATCH vice.com