Reviews

BADBADNOTGOOD – ‘Talk Memory’ review: technically dazzling jazz (and not much swagger)

The now-trio swap the hookiness of old in favour of considered jam sessions that only occasionally soar

Billy Bragg – ‘The Million Things That Never Happened’ review: an ode to common ground

The singer-songwriter's 13th album is a mellow and empathetic antidote to the chaos and confusion of modern life

Sam Fender – ‘Seventeen Going Under’ review: a portrait of the artist as a young man

Lockdown forced the Geordie hero to reckon with the impact of his formative years and the ties that bind

Matt Maltese – ‘Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow’ review: crooner finds his happy place

On album three, the 24-year-old starts to peel back the characteristic humour to reveal reflections on personal transformation and the trials of young adulthood

‘JETT: The Far Shore’ review: an interstellar spiritual journey that feels too emotionally distant

Superbrothers spin a tale of cosmic mystery, but the stars don’t quite align

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ review: a classic renewed for another generation

"In a horror story the victim keeps asking why, but there can be no explanation and there shouldn't be one"

‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ season two review: more adventures with the undead

Concluding the second spin-off from a zombie franchise that will never die
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