Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s love child TV series, Vinyl, struggles to strike a chord.
Author James Chadwick
James Chadwick discovers “a rare nugget of fidelity from one of music’s great liars” as Dylan covers Sinatra for his 37th studio release.
The Scottish indie rockers return to Southampton once again, and chatted to James Chadwick.
Whilst The 1865 will have likely seen bigger crowds, those who turned out to see the Scottish band were enthusiastic and more than compensated for the lack of numbers (17/04/16).
Codemasters’ long-running series has dug back to its roots in its search for unparalleled authenticity.
Dundee’s finest indie-rockers The View are back on the road and will head to Southampton as part of their 11 date UK tour (17/04/16).
Our writers offer their thoughts on the upcoming Star Wars anthology film, starring Felicity Jones.
Open’er Festival 2016 will see the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Florence + The Machine take to the stage (29/06/16-02/07/16).
James reviews the overly realistic American Truck Simulator.
French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet is one of our generation’s finest says James Chadwick.
In the continuation of our celebration of gaming’s scariest enemies, we take a look at Alien: Isolation and the breakout indie hit, Albino Lullaby.
Our writers react to the highly anticipated final trailer for the next instalment in the Star Wars franchise.
Henna Patel and James Chadwick take us through who they thought performed the best sets over Glastonbury weekend.