If you love noodles and Chinese street food or simply crave something different, Murger Han might be for you.
Singer songwriter Bastie has teamed up with former Oasis producer, Nick Brine, on his latest single Lullaby Highs. We take an exclusive listen and provide our thoughts.
I love you; I hate you; I can’t live without you. Malcolm and Marie ignites an inner battle for viewers, causing them to constantly change their perspective of the two lovers.
Johnny Butler’s Thirteen Dances, due March 12, is an explorative and emotive creation of alt-jazz that is unlike anything else out there.
Bridgerton has been a big hit around the world as it brings diversity to historical period drama. We review its combination of history, modernity, diversity and sensuality.
Archy Marshall’s The Ooz remains one of the finest and best musical expressions of an artists’ loneliness and depravity. We revisit it to remind ourselves just how Marshall created such a masterpiece of gloom.
The Blood From My Heart is a book made of thought-provoking poems about a young man’s place in the world.
Season four of The Crown has left viewers wanting more from the royal family saga; what is it about this series that has us all hooked?
Dirty Freud has made a comeback with his new single, Blood Bayou, described as a dark electronic experience.
Friday October 30 was the day every Ariana Grande fan had been waiting for. The day she released her highly anticipated sixth studio album, ‘positions’ (aka AG6), her third album in two years.
91 Days In Isolation. This is The Slow Readers Club’s second album in 2020 is out now and available to stream everywhere.
The Montreal based trio, Plants and Animals, are back with their fifth studio album; an electric example of art-rock surrounding existential dread.