Having to look your best this Christmas period? We ditch the chocolate in favour to review Makeup Revolution’s beauty advent calendar, retailing at just £30
Carl Fitzgerald reviews a disappointing The Possession of Hannah Grace
Critically acclaimed producer Jon Hopkins returns to Manchester’s Albert Hall for a midweek evening of well-crafted, atmospheric techno writes Tom Allen
We take a retrospective look at Dead Cells after the game won Indie Game of the Year at the Golden Joysticks
Issy Rayner looks at the latest Harry Potter entry, The Crimes of Grindelwald, and its problem of being crushed under its own weight.
New band on the scene I Don’t Know How But They Found Me has released their first EP, which does not disappoint, writes Eleanor Roberts
Elena Bradley reviews Spinningfield’s Lebanese food haunt, Comptoir Libanais. From hommos to pink pickles, Is it hype-worthy?
Anuli Changa reviews ‘Gold From the Stone’, Lemn Sissay performing selected poems from his works
A punchy return to form for You Me At Six as they take the stage for a sold out show in celebration of ‘Take Of Your Colours’ 10th anniversary.
Groove Armada performed a captivating electronic dance set which had the whole of The Warehouse Project moving like I’ve never seen before.
Manchester Academy gets a throwback to soulful sounds with a modern twist in the form of cool, charismatic immensely talented singer-songwriter Leon Bridges
Working through twinkling flotation tank ambience, wonky lo-fi techno, and glistening big room dubstep Deadmau5 took to Manchester’s renowned stage of WHP playing to an electrified full-capacity audience.
Santiago Caicedo’s animated coming of age tale, Virus Tropical, proves to be a starkly simple slice of life fronted by terrific animation.
Madeleine Peden reviews Wildlife, set in a small town in 1960s Montana, Paul Dano’s film adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel depicts the breakdown of the Brinson family