Reviews

Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’: the original NME album review

This review appeared in the 21st September 1991 issue of the NME

‘The Green Knight’ review: Dev Patel’s psychedelic trip into medieval art horror

Featuring arboreal horseman, headless damsels, alien titans and loads more weirdness

‘Diablo 2: Resurrected’ review: If it’s not broken…

The more things stay the same, the more they stay the same

‘Embr’ review: all work and no play

Embr is damning statement on the everyday horrors of capitalism but as a game, it's a damp squib

‘Death Stranding Directors Cut’ Review: The best way to play a masterpiece

Kojima’s divisive delivery simulator feels fitter, happier and more productive on PS5

Laura Jane Grace – ‘At War With The Silverfish’ EP review: punk icon returns to her roots

This surprise-released EP finds the Against Me! singer-songwriter crafting songs that sound engulfed by melancholy

Various Artists – ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’ review: a loving tribute to The Velvet Underground & Nico

St. Vincent, Fontaines DC, Angel Olson, Sharon Van Etten, Iggy Pop, Michael Stipe and more prove that this 54-year-old classic lives on

Angels & Airwaves – ‘LIFEFORMS’ review: the most relatable they’ve ever sounded

The Tom DeLonge-fronted band's sixth album finds them down to Earth, putting this world to rights

MAMAMOO play it way too safe on fluffy, disco-inspired single ‘mumumumuch’

Thankfully, the rest of their new compilation album ‘I Say MAMAMOO: The Best’ largely lives up to the group’s legacy
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