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This week’s TV round-up sees the return of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and The Arrow, as well as the beginning of a fascinating documentary series on Monroe’s death.

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This week’s round-up consists of Taylor Swift’s new album and, Hampshire-born, Alexa Goddard’s latest offering, and a new instalment of Live Lounge sessions.

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Although it’s not the album fans might have wanted from Howard, this record stands alone as a truly exciting and experimental follow up.

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The track will follow the likes of previous singles ‘Money On My Mind’ and ‘Restart’.

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The Curse of Love takes you on a journey across a spectrum of moods, and genres.

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Records

Maroon 5 Songs about Jane

Over a decade since Maroon 5 released first album Songs About Jane, they can still top the charts; but recent albums are no match to their debut.

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Oli Polhill takes a look at the album which revived Green Day’s career, and sent them hurtling into a second wave of stardom.

Film

The Keeping Room Movie (2)

“Regardless of his arguably over-eager approach, Daniel Barber’s The Keeping Room is an incredibly well-crafted update of the classic American western” – Our London Film Festival critic takes a look at The Keeping Room, staring Sam Worthington, Hailee Steinfeld and Brit Marling.

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    “Despite creating something that stands as both entertaining and deeply affecting, Ayer has sacrificed the stability of his film in favour of a more disconcerting grittiness that leaves a profoundly bad taste in the mouth” – Ben Robins looks at Brad Pitt’s latest star turn in Fury.

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