The first gig since Castlemorton to make front-page news, Fatboy Slim's massively over-attended...
Pulp's early-'90s videos for "Babies" and "Lipgloss" perfectly capture that periods new optimism,...
Comedy terrorist Chris Morris writes and directs this extended riff on what could have been one of...
Set in and around a half-built rubble-strewn suburb of nowhere Vienna, pounded by summer sunstroke...
Why 511? Because, on June 2, 2002, New Order performed in front of 10,000 rain-lashed revellers at...
Atmospheric 1967 Norman Jewison thriller, and its weaker 1970 sequel from Gordon Douglas. The first...
Director Peter Watkins' mid-1960s work for the BBC still shines. Culloden recreated the famous...
Seymour Hoffman tour de force as grieving loner
Slow-burning but majestic Mexican drama
Re-release of 1971 Visconti classic
Almost Famous meets Thelma & Louise
Superbly acted drama gathers no moss
Quirky, trippy rom-com from Magnolia/Boogie Nights director
Soderbergh does sci-fi; Clooney does soul-searching
Scousepunk reworking of classic revenge tale
Spurious but amusing documentary about Britpop
Bobby and Billy return in flat sequel
DIRECTED BY Gaspar Noé
STARRING Vincent Cassel, Monica Bellucci, Albert Dupontel
DIRECTED BY Peter Mullan
STARRING Nora-Jane Noone, Dorothy Duffy, Anne-Marie Duff
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Three female big-hitters go on an Oscar hunt
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Morrissey's World Peace Is None Of Your Business removed from iTunes and Spotify
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
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Richard Thompson: “Linda and I loved glum… glum is the new glam”
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The Beatles’ engineers forced to make new master to save original "sticky, sludgy" Please Please Me tapes
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Such has been the drooling media focus on Kate Bush this week, it might be tough to imagine British music journalists listening to anything else these past few days. I'm not, in fairness, exempt from the hysteria: here's...
Friday, 29 August 2014