Reviews

Girls’ Generation – ‘Forever 1’ review: K-pop’s most illustrious girl group prove why they’re timeless and boundless

On their first album in five years, Girls’ Generation keep their classic flavour, but elevate it with new sounds – as expected of a veteran act

Kasabian – ‘The Alchemist’s Euphoria’ review: Leicester rockers reach infinity – and beyond!

The band's first album with Serge Pizzorno on the mic is a space-inspired recalibration

‘The Sandman’ review: unfilmable fantasy epic becomes rip-roaring reality

Dive into Neil Gaiman's dense saga – you won't regret it

King Stingray – ‘King Stingray’ review: a rollicking love letter to community and country

The Yolŋu rockers’ debut, several lifetimes in the making, is both a heartfelt tribute to their roots and a bold manifesto for a sprawling future

Calvin Harris – ‘Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2’ review: an all-star grab-bag of sun-drenched sounds

The super-producer's sixth album takes you on a journey to a star-studded boogie wonderland

‘Hard West 2’ review: cowboy up

'Weird West' and ‘XCOM’ combine for a memorable turn-based sequel

‘Two Point Campus’ review: well learned

A worthy and truly iterative sequel to Two Point studio’s loving revival of Bullfrog’s legacy

NewJeans – ‘New Jeans’ review: HYBE’s latest girl group go against the grain in an uneven debut

The Min Hee-jin-produced five-piece’s first mini-album is hit or miss but still lays the groundwork for a bright, creative future in K-pop
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