Reviews

Reviews

Sports Team – ‘Deep Down Happy’ review: A flag in the ground from a band dedicated to extremes

The gobbiest new bunch on the block cement their early promise with a debut album full of hedonism, tribalism and untamed energy

‘Resistance’ review: by-the-numbers war thriller is an absorbing look at humanism in the face of atrocity

Jesse Eisenberg plays an aspiring Jewish actor who joins the Resistance to help WWII orphans

Read NME’s original review of Foo Fighters’ debut UK gig, held 25 years ago today

Dave Grohl and co headlined the King's College London Students Union on June 3, 1995

Westerman – ‘Your Hero Is Not Dead’ review: Beguiling experimental folk gets existential

A wonderful, complex thing and quite easily one of the year's most impressive and textured records

Powfu – ‘poems of the past’ review: Gloomy lo-fi anthems from TikTok’s breakout star

The Canadian rapper gets deep in nostalgia in this melancholic collection of tracks

‘KartRider Rush+’ review: incredibly good fun that’s bang for your buck

‘KartRider Rush+’ only asks you to play it and you’ll be happy to do so

‘The Last Full Measure’ review: star-studded Vietnam War drama wastes its Hollywood veterans

How can a film starring Samuel L. Jackson, Christopher Plummer and Ed Harris be this dull?

Lady Gaga – ‘Chromatica’ review: pure pop celebration from an icon in a world of her own

Album six sees the provocateur welcome you to a fictional utopia where anything goes and everyone is accepted. We didn't want to leave
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