Day: 8 April 2022

Film Review: All The Old Knives is a conversational thriller intelligently carried by Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton

Despite both Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton proving their worth as action figures within the spy genre previously – Pine in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and Newton in Mission: Impossible II – All The Old Knives steps away from the action-driven physicality of the genre and opts for proceedings more in tune with a John…

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Soft Powder

Soft Powder explains the creative process behind his latest track, “Close Your Eyes”

Soft Powder creates emotive lo-fi dream pop, and today he has released his debut full-length album, Somewhere Like Paradise. The album is eight tracks of shimmering shoegaze and melancholic pop. The album followed on from his two earlier EPs, Shangri-La and  Faber Ria which received widespread critical acclaim. Soft Powder is the solo project for producer…

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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review: May the bricks be with you

The lightsaber battles. Dogfights. Distant planets. Iconic characters. The Star Wars saga has brought with it many memorable moments that have stood the test of time. While I won’t begin to list those moments here, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has decided to cram them all into one neat package, reinventing the LEGO game formula…

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New Music Discoveries 8th April: WAAX, Spacey Jane and more

Today we’re adding ten more tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music; including two singles that we exclusive premiered earlier this week. This week, our Track of the Week goes to WAAX, with a  new tune that might surprise you with “Dangerous”, a poignant piano ballad. “Dangerous” was co-written with ’90s rock…

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