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27 May 2021
Adora Interview: "We're comfortable being the craziest dressed ones in the room"
After following astonishing breakout single 'Anthem to the Youth' with the anthemic 'Here We Go', Britain's next big band Adora sat down with Matteo Everett to discuss their musical influences, ambitions, and why fashion means so much to them
10 May 2021
'Higher Power' review, and the curse of Coldplay
Generic poorly-produced pop follows Coldplay’s most exciting album in a decade.
10 April 2021
Polly Barton "Fifty Sounds" review: Magical insight into the beauty of language learning
By turns an autobiography, travelogue and meditation on language, Polly Barton’s Fifty Sounds is an eclectic study on what it means to teach – and learn – a language, as told through fifty mimetic sounds.
26 March 2021
Poetry review: Passerine by Kirsten Luckins
A modern, genre-bending elegy, Passerine is an ambitious and accomplished poetic study of loss and hope.
16 March 2021
Introducing: Adora – Britain's Next Big Band?
Adora’s debut single, ‘Anthem To The Youth’, doubtlessly does what it says on the tin.
1 March 2021
Introducing: Maria Shepard - Radio-ready indie-folk waiting to be discovered
With several tender and melodic folk songs already on Spotify, Maria Shepard – ‘a London-based law student by day and singer-songwriter by night’ – deserves a bigger audience.
16 February 2021
Pale Waves - Who Am I? Review: Half An Hour Of Pure Pop Joy
Three years after the release of their 1975-flavoured debut album, Pale Waves are back with follow-up Who Am I?, ditching their indie influences for noughties nostalgia.
20 January 2021
SUCKAPUNCH by You Me At Six
After producing a string of middling records, You Me At Six are back on top form with SUCKAPUNCH, their best album yet.
14 January 2021
Love Letter To: New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe
There are few video games as loved as the Mario franchise, but even everyone’s favourite plumber has stumbled up a couple of times. Still, the latest 2D Mario title might just be his best ‘classic’ adventure yet.
8 December 2020
Weird! by Yungblud
Yungblud’s sophomore record Weird! is a crude and unambitious attempt to ride on the coattails of other artists’ success without offering a shred of originality.
2 December 2020
The Mandalorian is doing for the Sequels what The Clone Wars did for Star Wars' Prequels
After a misdirected attempt to relaunch Star Wars with its overblown Trilogy, Disney’s The Mandalorian justifies its 2012 Lucasfilm acquisition while taking a page from the Clone Wars playbook to retrospectively fix the Sequels’ problems
13 November 2020
Joe Biden's victory deserves celebration, but how democratic is democracy in the UK & USA?
After days of waiting the 2020 American election winner was finally announced, but its results were immediately undermined by outgoing POTUS Donald Trump. Based on false accusations, Trump’s accusations revealed holes within American democracy
9 November 2020
Videogames are an artform, and deserve to be recognised as such
When a new artform is unleashed into the world, the gatekeepers of culture often downplay that new form's status as 'art'. Videogames are often dismissed as mere entertainment. But like cinema and opera, they are an accomplished hybrid for of art.
17 October 2020
Host Review - Exploring The Anxieties Of Coronavirus
Shudder-exclusive British found footage horror film Host (2020) isn't just the best example of its genre or the first significant Coronavirus movie, but an expert exploration of the terrors of death and a subtle reinvention of the ghost story.
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