5 Things We Like This Week (18/3/2015)

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 a Gibson Guitar and the much-awaited Frank Turner memoir.

CINEMA: Blade Runner: The Final Cut
Ridley Scott’s dystopian masterpiece, adapted from Philip K Dick’s Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? novel, gets a re-release next month to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
WATCH in cinemas across the UK from April 3, visit bfi.org.ukfor more info

GUITAR: Gibson ES-339 Satin 2015
Legendary guitar brand Gibson recently launched their new Memphis 2015 range, taking inspiration from their classic guitars while enhancing features to create something new. The ES-339 Satin comes in black or cherry red.
BUY £1522, Gibson.com


APP: Drizzy
Forget typing out all those Drake lyrics that perfectly sum up how you feel. This app does the work for you, allowing you to select quotes from various categories (e.g. Feels, Hustle, Hate) straight from your iPhone’s keyboard.
DOWNLOAD free, from the App store

DVD: White Bird In A Blizzard
As teenager Kat Connors embraces her sexuality, her mother disappears. Follow the 17-year-old’s initial feelings of freedom before realizing the affect of her mother’s departure on her.
BUY £10.25, amazon.co.uk

BOOK: The Road Beneath My Feet by Frank Turner
The folk-punk singer-songwriter recollects on embarking on a solo career after the break-up of former band Million Dead, and his journey from playing at house parties to arenas and Olympic opening ceremonies.
BUY £13.60, amazon.co.uk


BOOK: Inside The Dream Palace: The Life And Times Of New York’s Legendary Chelsea Hotel by Sherill Tippins
Go inside the infamous hotel and the stories of some of its most celebrated residents and visitors, including Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Andy Warhol and more.
BUY £8.34, amazon.co.uk

DVD: Broadchurch Series 1-2
Catch up on the first two series of the gripping crime drama centered around the murder of an 11-year-old boy, starring Olivia Colman and David Tennant.
BUY £25, amazon.co.uk