REVIEW: The Red House, Newbury – “quite simply a taste of the country”

As far as British pubs go, The Red House in Newbury is about as traditional as you can get.

REVIEW: Fyre – “how not to put on a festival… a must-see”

This has to be the slowest and most expensive car crash of a situation I have ever seen.

REVIEW: Polar – “it just fell so flat”

I really wanted to like Polar, I truly did. But it just fell so flat. The gist: The...

REVIEW: Velvet Buzzsaw – “brilliant premise”

From the moment I saw the trailer for Velvet Buzzsaw (from Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy) I was counting down the days...

REVIEW: Abducted in Plain Sight – “a mind-bending affair”

I’ve seen this twice now - once for my own curiosity, and the second time was purely to watch people’s reaction...

Music review: John Oakes’ ‘Songwriter’ – “ignites both anguish and rapture”

Album review: SongwriterArtist: John Oakes 'Songwriter' is an album I’d happily feel sad to. It’s Simon & Garfunkel...

Music review: Jol Rose’s ‘My Nebraska’ – “raw, heart-felt feeling”

Album review: My NebraskaArtist: Jol Rose My Nebraska is old country at the forefront, but hasn’t been achored...

Music review: Joely’s ‘EP’ – “urban jazz-pop with plenty of edge”

EP review: EPArtist: Joely Rendle If you set fire to Lenka and Feist, it would be Joely that...

Live review: allusinlove at The Jericho Tavern – “feeling is what we got here”

It doesn’t take long from first stepping into north Oxford’s Jericho Tavern to realise just how steeped in musical history the...

Three players, one game: The Ocelot reviews Bandersnatch

Sugarpuffs or Frosties? Kill dad, or don’t? Bandersnatch will make you think differently about your day... Just when...
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