Miiesha – ‘Nyaaringu’ review: a fearless debut album that weaves a story about the Indigenous experience

A soulful r 'n' b record whose tales of discrimination, empowerment and freedom bear relevance well beyond Australia's borders

Diplo – ‘Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil’ review: super-producer falls off the saddle

Billed as a country album, this is actually business as usual for the EDM star, who's dressed up generic pop songs in rhinestones and tassels

Deb Never – ‘Intermission’ review: Alt-star delivers lo-fi grunge ballads from lockdown

Never gravitates towards her grungy Pacific Northwest upbringing in this disarming batch of isolation songs

‘To The Stars’ review: queer coming-of-age drama serves up clichés before knocking them flat

When a reckless new girl drives into town, loner Iris discovers a different part of her personality

‘The High Note’ review: glossy music industry comedy is the film equivalent of easy-listening

Dakota Johnson and Tracee Ellis Ross fight for their right to be heard, backed by an impeccable soul soundtrack

‘Hannah Gadsby: Douglas’ review: a funny yet frustrating encore from the ‘Nanette’ comic

After vowing to quit stand up forever in her breakthrough show, Hannah Gadsby returns on playful and defensive form

‘Space Force’ review: more ludicrous, workplace hilarity from Steve Carell

Meet the ill-equipped bureaucrats tasked with creating a new branch of the US armed services

‘I’m No Longer Here’ review: identity, friendship and youthful passion make up this affecting drama out of Mexico

When he gets mixed up in gang violence, Ulises must flee his village for New York City