Reviews

Lee Hi – ‘4 ONLY’ review: a long-waited, soulful homecoming from one of K-pop’s most elite

This vocal powerhouse steps up to the plate, vocally and creatively, with her first record under AOMG as she looks beyond her soulful roots

Low – ‘Hey What’ review: Minnesota duo shake off the ‘slowcore’ tag once and for all

28 years into their career, the band continue to reshape rock music

‘Malignant’ review: James Wan’s bold and batshit haunted house horror

The scary movie maestro returns to the genre that made his name

‘Kate’ review: Netflix’s riotous revenge thriller in neon-lit Tokyo

Mary Elizabeth Winstead puts on a bloody show as the titular assassin with 24 hours to live

Lisa’s dull and empty ‘Lalisa’ is far from the solo debut the BLACKPINK rapper deserves

The idol is the third member of the YG girl group to step into the spotlight on her own, but her first single album falls disappointingly flat

Various artists – ‘The Metallica Blacklist’ review: a sprawling tribute to ‘The Black Album’

With 53 artists – from Miley Cyrus to Biffy Clyro – let loose on the 1991 classic, the result is fitfully thrilling

Andrew W.K. – ‘God Is Partying’ review: his dedication to the cause remains undimmed

On his 2001 single 'Party Hard', the rocker promised: “when it's time to party, we will always party hard”. Thankfully, nothing has changed

The Vaccines – ‘Back In Love City’ review: indie survivors’ open-hearted paean to the States

After 11 years, the band continue to find new ways to mix up their formula

Kacey Musgraves – ‘Star-Crossed’ review: a powerfully honest depiction of heartbreak

The pop's dissection of a crumbling relationship is split into three parts, never collapsing under its own concept
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