Billie Eilish’s ‘Everything I Wanted’ is a beautiful reminder of what’s important in the race for success

It's the pop star's first piece of brand new music since 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'

‘Judy & Punch’ review: puppets meet feminism in this slapstick-free drama about spousal abuse

Mia Wasikowska's complex indie is thrilling, but the excitement fades as it runs out of story

Astroworld 2019 review: Travis Scott’s rowdy rager goes off with help from Kanye, Megan Thee Stallion and er, Marilyn Manson

The rapper's second annual Houston spectacular drew 50,000 'Ragers' to party, buy copious amounts of merch and, well, rage

Iceland Airwaves 2019: Mac DeMarco’s transformation from goofball to accomplished songwriter is complete

You know the vibe of Mac DeMarco by now. He’s the slacker-icon with a penchant for Viceroy cigarettes, The Simpsons paraphernalia and breezy indie-pop....

‘Primal’ review: Nicolas Cage meets ‘Snakes On A Plane’ in bonkers, seafaring creature feature

Stuffed with unintentionally laugh-out-loud moments, 'Primal' is fun as long as you don't take it too seriously

‘Let It Snow’ review: picture-perfect Christmas romcom quickly turns to vapid, soulless sludge

Even Joan Cusack can't save this emotionally rote seasonal jaunt

Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders – ‘Get The Money’ review: self-deprecating rock anthems from the Foo Fighters drummer

On his third solo album, Hawkins proves he's a talent in his own right, and not just the guy who sits behind Dave Grohl for three hours every night

Kele Okereke – ‘2042’ review: Bloc Party frontman wows with politically charged funk and experimental electro

Okereke’s most ambitious work to date combines glitchy guitars and West African beats to eviscerate the powers that be

Clams Casino – ‘Moon Trip Radio’ review: the pioneering producer weaves ambient instrumentals that need more bite

Producer extraordinaire Michael Volpe made his name by helping other artists find their voices – and they perhaps need to return the favour

Mount Eerie with Julie Doiron – ‘Lost Wisdom Pt. 2’ review: warm nostalgia and stinging regret

The indie star collaborates with Canadian singer-songwriter Julie Doiron on a heartsick record that reaches towards clarity, if not quite closure

‘Last Christmas’ review: George Michael-approved festive flick is exactly what you’d expect

'Last Christmas' gives you its heart, and you probably won't want to throw it away

DJ Shadow – ‘Our Pathetic Age’ review: a muddled concept album rescued by powerhouse guests

The heavyweight producer's frustrating latest album veers from the tedious to the sublime. Thank God for features from Nas, Run The Jewels and more

Mirrors Festival review: delights from across the indie spectrum from Phoebe Bridgers, Sheer Mag and Just Mustard

For a certain type of indie rock fan, the line-up at Mirrors Festival in London reads like a dream. Across five venues in Camden,...

Krept & Konan – ‘Revenge Is Sweet’ album review: taboo-busting brilliance from the UK rap polymaths

In the four years since their last studio album, 'The Long Way Home', south London duo Krept and Konan have released a slew of mixtapes, run...

Creeper live in London: The resurrection of Britain’s most exciting punk band

Exactly one year ago, Brit punks Creeper brought the curtain down on their headline show at London’s Koko with the ominous promise that, “Of...