Jimin – ‘FACE’ review: BTS singer captures the turbulence of modern life in shadowy debut solo album

The singer’s first record sometimes takes a rocky road, but there’s plenty of promise between

Genesis Owusu live at the Sydney Opera House: a magnificent spectacle

Sydney Opera House, March 23: The Sydney Symphony Orchestra helps elevate the Australian artist’s already electrifying live show for an epic, unforgettable night

‘A Good Person’ review: even Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman can’t save this misfiring drama

Zach Braff continues his patchy filmmaking streak with a movie that often tries to hit you in the gut, but almost always misses

‘Dredge’ review: not R’lyeh

Captivating eldritch fishing with frustratingly shallow limits

Fall Out Boy – ‘So Much (For) Stardust’ review: an audacious return from theatrical rockers

The Chicago band's eighth album sees them both advancing their sound and acknowledging their roots

‘Yellowjackets’ season two review: a terrific yet traumatic return to the wild

The second instalment of this acclaimed thriller series continues to prove that, even 25 years later, what happens in the wilderness definitely does not stay in the wilderness

Depeche Mode – ‘Memento Mori’ review: their best work this century

Depeche Mode are a band who’ve existed at extremes. On their journey from squeaky-clean popsters to alternative titans they’ve lived a fast, hard life....

‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ review: an all-action blockbuster that truly gives its all

The latest Keanu Reeves-fronted sequel may be pretty far removed from the emotional core of the 2014 original, but who cares when the audience is having this much fun?

Nick Hakim live in London: an intoxicating evening with a cult star

A performance so tender, the US musician's ballads resemble a love letter to music itself

NMIXX – ‘expérgo’ review: K-pop vocal powerhouses finally tap into their potential

Could their new album bridge the gap between their polarising “MIXX POP” sound and potential new listeners?