El Ángel stands out as one of the most stylish retro crime thrillers in recent memory and is a testament to the underrated brilliance of Latin American cinema
Dave’s debut album takes listeners on an emotional exploration of race, relationships and mental health with staggering honesty and brilliant execution, writes Josh Sandy
The first of Foals’ epic two-part project – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – is an exhilaratingly concise piece that leaves audiences eagerly awaiting the next instalment, writes Josh Sandy
Writer Josh Sandy had the opportunity to discuss HOME’s current year-long ‘Celebrating Women in Global Cinema’ programme, which is co-curated with Andy Willis.
Josh Sandy explores the turbulent history and content of one of Fleetwood Mac’s most celebrated release, Rumours
The anthology is returning, argues Josh Sandy, and thankfully not in the form of a GCSE booklet
The recent true crime obsession has brought with it significant controversy surrounding the balance between respect for a crime’s victims and their families and film-makers’ rights to tell these stories
Contributor Josh Sandy revisits one of Manchester’s greatest rock and roll stars Oasis as 25 years ago, they released their iconic debut Definitely Maybe
Assassination Nation is incredibly visually stylish and a clever film which features some of the finest cinematography of 2018.
Josh Sandy reviews Avey Tare’s third solo psychedelic album Cows on Hourglass Pond – but is it as underwhelming as his previous two?
The Princess of the Row is a film that is a harrowing story of a survival and a heartwarming tale about family simultaneously
Brian Corso’s directorial debut Public Figure is a visually stylish and extremely nuanced look at the public’s growing obsession with social media
Alien has thrilled audiences for 40 years and is a testament to challenging the status quo and achieving brilliance even with limited resources.
Josh Sandy highlights Sports Team as a rising band to keep your eye on as they may just have missed the accumulating ‘indie-landfill’
Josh Sandy discusses the successful sophomore release from singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, five years after her original debut hit the charts