Reviews

Wiley – ‘Godfather III’ review: grime hero (allegedly) bows out with a career-spanning ode to the genre

This cinematic sequel sees the MC revisit the touchstones that made him so essential in the first place

‘The Last Days Of American Crime’ review: ultraviolent comic book joyride screeches off the page

Inspired by 'Joker' and influenced by 'John Wick', this Netflix action romp turns everything up to 11

Hinds – ‘The Prettiest Curse’ review: indie quartet embrace pop with confidence

Album three sees the band sing in Spanish for the first time and ditch their tried-and-tested musical formula

The Ghost Inside – ‘The Ghost Inside’ review: metalcore heroes’ stunning testament to strength and bravery

The Ghost Inside’s lives changed forever on 19 November 2015. Their tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer outside of El Paso, the crash killing...

Muzz – ‘Muzz’ review: cinematic and stately Americana from members of Interpol and The Walkmen

This a surprising album from that unlikeliest of things: a great indie super-group

Run The Jewels – ‘Run The Jewels 4’ review: a modern protest classic and their best work yet

If a hip-hop album alone could change the world, this might do it

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – ‘Sideways To New Italy’ review: sunny indie hints at melancholia within

The once-chipper Melbourne five-piece reflect on sombre (and timely) notions of refuge and home – though, thankfully, the masterful guitar-pop remains

‘Shirley’ review: Elisabeth Moss shines as a reclusive author on the verge of mental collapse

Sex, desire and a lust for power form the basis of this literary psychodrama
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