Reviews

IU’s ‘Strawberry Moon’ is a sublime offering by one of K-pop’s reigning queens

On her first release after ‘LILAC’, IU proves yet again that she is one of the most cohesive and expressive songwriters of her generation

MOD CON – ‘Modern Condition’ review: sleek, sinuous rock with something to say

Locked-in Melbourne trio decry the rotten elements of human nature that are the source of modern miseries

Elton John – ‘The Lockdown Sessions’ review: the Rocketman remains in orbit

The superstar – plus guests ranging from Stevie Wonder to Rina Sawayama – takes flight

Lana Del Rey – ‘Blue Banisters’ review: a defiant and delicate return

On her eighth record – one that subtly responds to her critics – Del Rey's voice has never sounded better

‘The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes’ review: a dark descent to the series’ peak

Adding action doesn’t detract from the horror in the best Dark Pictures episode yet

CL – ‘ALPHA’ review: an incandescent return well worth the wait

After years of setbacks and soul-searching in pursuit of artistic independence, CL finally finds herself in her prime with her debut album

‘Resident Evil 4 VR’ review: a masterpiece given a fresh perspective

Armature transforms Capcom’s classic into a killer app for Oculus Quest 2

Biffy Clyro – ‘The Myth Of The Happily Ever After’ review: a happy accident

This is, ironically, perhaps the Scottish rockers' most cohesive album yet

Self Esteem – ‘Prioritise Pleasure’ review: pophead skewers the path to self-acceptance

Rebecca Lucy Taylor's second album is impossible to turn away from
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