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Natalie Findlay releases new single Your Sister - review
Your Sister, the debut single from London-based band Findlay has been released this week, with lead singer Natalie Findlay living up to initial Purple Revolver expectations.... Read more
Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage album review
From start to finish they keep the dial turned up to 11
Therapy? Brixton O2 Academy Jagermeister Tour
The penultimate night of this year’s Jagermeister Music Tour, saw co-headliners Skindred and Therapy? hit a sold-out Brixton Academy on April 13th. With tickets beating-that-price-till-it-hurt at just £5 a pop, this
Dandy Warhols This Machine album review
The dynamic shortfall on this album fortifies the suspicion that the format of the album as we once knew it is drifting towards extinction
Hammerfest IV - Hammer of Thor review
We kickstarted 2012's festival season with an awesome weekend of metal and mayhem at Hammerfest IV.
Alabama Shakes - Boys & Girls review
The Alabama Shakes unleash their Southern rock/blues/soul bonanza on the world - catch the review here
Azealia Banks - 212 Ft. Lazy Jay review and UK tour dates
There's always a danger that dropping the C-bomb constantly on your debut release could be construed as a publicity stunt, but Azealia Banks is more than just another rapper with shock value.
Pepe Deluxé single A Night And A Day review
A Night And A Day is an infectious blend of 90s electronica and psych-rock bass for badass rock chicks
Frank Turner live at Birmingham review
Frank Turner plays the Birmingham O2 Academy with Emily Barker And the Red Clay Halo and Against Me!
Review: Fun Lovin Criminals bring Scooby Snacks to St Helens
Music Live brought “the ambassador of cool” Huey Morgan and his sidekicks Fast and Frank ‘The Rhythm Man’ Benbini to play to a packed crowd in Church Square, St Helens.
Review: Midnight in Paris
Gil falls in love with Paris and, to Inez' horror, informs her he wants to end his materialistic lifestyle and immerse himself in the culture that gave life to the masters in the creative movement of the 1920s.
The A-Team Review
"They are the best and they specialise in the ridiculous"
Inception has wormed it's way into the psyche of cinema and is merciless in its execution.
Toy Story 3 Review
The final chapter ties up loose ends and tugs on heart strings. This is no kids play.
Restrepo review - the soldiers who made it out of Death Valley
A pair of intrepid journalists travelled with the Battle Company of 173rd Airborne Brigade in a remote Afghani valley, considered to be one of the most dangerous postings of the war.
Trash Humpers review
Harmony Korine has made a 77 minute mash-up of Leather Face's home videos and that's putting it politely