Ghetts – ‘On Purpose With Purpose’ review: imbued with social commentary

The winner of MOBOs' Pioneer Award proves the title is justified on thrilling fifth album

Lair – ‘Ngélar’ review: sweltering tropical psychedelia straight from the Panturan heartlands

The psych/funk sextet from West Java deliver a confident, considered sophomore album

MGMT – ‘Loss Of Life’ review: the duo remain relevant and potent

Between streaming hits and a 'Saltburn' placement, the band remain remarkably present. Their latest is a '70s-inspired career highlight

‘Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’ review: this first-class remake will put you on cloud nine

Bigger really is better in this reimagining of Square Enix's iconic '90s role-playing game

Nadine Shah – ‘Filthy Underneath’ review: unflinchingly brave self-reflections

Nadine Shah is lingering backstage after a “blinding” show at the dawn of the track ‘Sad Lads Anonymous’ from her tour de force fifth...

The Snuts – ‘Millennials’ review: high-energy guitar anthems for the good times

Having established themselves as a festival season fixture, the Scottish heroes shoot for the main stages

IU – ‘The Winning’ review: a free-spirited ode to a life unlimited

Back with her sixth mini-album, the revered singer-songwriter is championing the idea of dreaming big and following your own path

‘Love Lies Bleeding’ review: this steroid-fuelled thriller is Kristen Stewart’s most exciting film yet

This bodybuilding thriller has echoes of the Coen Brothers and the Wachowski Sisters

Róisín Murphy live in London: ‘Hit Parade’ marches on from the furore

six months since controversial comments alienated some of her fans, the disco maven lets the music – and silly costumes – do the talking