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The Critics: An Argument With Myself (EP)

An Argument With Myself (EP) Jens Lekman Secretly Canadian If this new release from Sweden’s most charming son does anything, it merely confirms Lekman’s reputation as a...

LFW Highlights: Spring/ Summer 2012

“Let them eat cake”, commanded Meadham Kirchoff’s balloon festooned show, complete with can-can dancers dressed as Courtney Love-alikes and pre-teen ballet dancers twirling on...

The Critics: Satin Panthers

Satin Panthers Hudson Mowhawke LuckyMe LuckyMe Records are on a roll. The Glasgow based group of DJs, producers and bands has evolved from a promising start-up to...

Hungry Hayley: Shackin’ up with Shakshuka

My name is Hayley and I’m a fourth year international relations and history student for most of the year and an apprentice cook for...

The Critics: d33j; of Montreal; Panda Bear; The Pierces; Fleet Foxes

Tide Songs d33j 4/5 Having only been released a few weeks ago, d33j’s newly finished Tide Songs is easily one of the best EP’s released recently, which,...

The Critics: Confessions

4/5 Is it just me or are murderous children something of a recurring theme in Japanese cinema? Confessions (Kokuhaku), the latest film from...

The Critics: Clybourne Park; My Fair Lady

Clybourne Park 4/5 Originally debuted at the Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Downstairs last year, Clybourne Park made the grown up leap onto the Wyndham stage with...

Bored to Death

A Don Quixote for the modern era? Based on a short story he wrote for McSweeney’s back in 2007, Jonathan Ames’ Bored to Death is...

The Critics: Scre4m (15)

Showing every night at NPH (8.30pm) until Thursday 28th April. Certain skepticism is bound to come with the fourth version of a film. Where so...

The Critics: Crystal Stilts; Bill Callahan; Star Slinger; Bibio; The Sounds

In Love with Oblivion by Crystal Stilts 4/5 In Love with Oblivion sounds, like almost everything else the Crystal Stilts have released, as though it was recorded...