Ex-Blur frontman’s performance goes from rocky beginnings to triumphant finish
Glasgow quintet fly the flag for traditional Celtic music while also breathing new life into it
Instrumental trio bring the noise for raucous evening of Trad folk with a twist.
Ace City Racers arrive with the indie-disco soundtrack of the summer
Scottish hip-hop heavyweights long awaited return doesn’t disappoint
Glasgow post-punk outfit deliver occasionally frustrating but oft-hypnotic record
Slick baroque pop from a man better known for his football journalism
Kamara follows last year’s surprisingly solid Xmas effort with surprisingly solid sequel
Massachusetts quartet level-up on storming sixth effort
Scott Murphy trawls the archives for a run down of the best nu-metal moments
Veteran Aussie rockers produce triumphant comeback against the odds
Ultraflex’s debut offers a quirky Nordic twist on the synth-pop revivalist formula
Scott Murphy explains why, despite everything, Durst and co’s millennium million-seller will always have a place in his heart
Scott Murphy takes a look back at Linkin Park’s nu-metal landmark.
Likeable martial arts comedy let down by cliche and tonal confusion
Bertino’s bleak supernatural tale makes up in scares for what it lacks in originality
Macoto Tezuka delivers curate’s egg adaptation of his late father’s work
Near-future gig economy satire sparkles with ideas but doesn’t quite stick the landing
Gripping psychological horror full political and supernatural terror
Rehmeier’s “anti-rom-com” is a punky, foul-mouthed delight.
One Cut of the Dead director offers slight but eminently charming caper comedy follow-up
Ruby Throat pair sparkle on the eccentric debut of their latest project
Arthouse vampire drama offers eccentric, intoxicating, and baffling brew
Ambitiously conceived but flawed samurai actioner offers intermittent bloody delights