The third official clipping. album is the project’s best yet but still finds them frustratingly far from true greatness.
Whilst easily their best work post-reformation, Beneath the Eyrie is still a plodding, repetitive, dull work by a band who used to mean more.
The Center Won’t Hold is Sleater-Kinney’s weakest record since Call the Doctor. It’s still pretty goddamn great, though.
JT LeRoy actively avoids exploring its fascinating true story both thematically and dramatically to instead put out a bog-standard hit-piece.
Occasionally inelegant though it may be, Hobbs & Shaw yet again sees the venerable Fast & Furious series successfully refreshing itself through another genre hop.
IDW’s pot-sweetening one-shot provides a fun if slightly frivolous interpretation on the GLOW formula.
Australia’s fastest-rising rock band take The Leadmill by storm.
GLOW #3 continues the comic’s accurate translation of the essence of its source material.
GLOW #2 continues to build upon the solid foundations of its debut issue.
Simon Amstell’s second feature is a solidly entertaining if never quite substantial cringefest.