Reviews

Nicolás Jaar – ‘Telas’ review: a series of abrasive experiments from the prolific and unique artist

The Chilean-American polymath's most avant-garde work yet is an intriguing and sometimes disquieting listen

Joey Bada$$ – ‘The Light Pack’ review: New York rap’s old soul returns with renewed energy

Less is certainly more on the Pro Era rapper's first new solo tracks in three years

‘Clemency’ review: Alfre Woodard delivers a tour de force in sobering death row drama

The serial supporting actress takes centre stage with her best performance yet

‘Fatal Affair’ review: algorithmic Netflix thriller isn’t worth the click

This straight-to-streaming drama is designed to appeal to the masses – but ends up pleasing no one

Alfie Templeman – ‘Happiness In Liquid Form’ EP review: indie-pop’s boy wonder’s best release yet

An eclectic and poptastic EP that sees the 17-year-old Bedfordshire singer/songwriter sounding bigger, bolder and brighter

Lianne La Havas – ‘Lianne La Havas’ review: third time’s the charm (and a shrewd play for self-ownership)

It took her to album three to embrace her name, but now the Londoner has slotted firmly into her groove.

JARV IS… – ‘Beyond The Pale’ review: geek-pop icon Jarvis Cocker remains in a different class

The Britpop legend tackles modernity and isolation on this danceable debut with his new band

Gracie Abrams – ‘Minor’ EP review: virtual confessions connect LA bedroom star to the world

Pensive and revealing, the LA bedroom-pop star shows flashes of greatness on debut EP

‘Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road’ review: less of a game, more a simulation of one

It plays itself… which is helpful, as you won’t want to
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