‘Health’ by Mercury Prize nominee C Duncan is a struggle to get through, but ends on a high note [Music Review]
Scottish-based musician C. Duncan received a Mercury Prize nomination for his innovative approach to songwriting after his 2015 release of Architect. That creativity was evident in 2016’s The Midnight Sun – and now in his third full length, Health, too.
Billie Eilish’s ‘When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ is a debut album worth the wait [Music Review]
Billie Eilish’s highly-anticipated debut album, When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, has finally dropped – and the hype is well-deserved.
Thundercat, who's worked with Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino, on emotions, video games, and his plans for Sonar HK
Stephen Bruner talks to Young Post about singing about petting cats and what he wants to do while he's in the 852.
There isn’t a problem a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious song can’t solve.
We find out why the America’s Best Dance Crew 2008 winners wear masks as they take their signature vibe to MGM Cotai.
The company responsible for such dark matter as 'The Dark Knight' and 'Aquaman' have finally added a lighthearted film to the DC Universe.
Until I Meet September’s Love is a sweet, slow-moving Japanese sci-fi romance in which two people communicate with each other across time.
Zachary Levi ate up to 4,000 calories day, and other super bits of trivia we learned about the latest DC film.
British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose's fourth album 'No Words Left' is powerful and reflective [Music Review]
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