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The Road: Part 1 by UNKLE
It's been seven years since James Lavelle's last release as UNKLE, but he finally returns this week with new album The Road: Part 1.
To help, he's called in the likes of Keaton Henson, The Duke Spirit's Liela Moss and rapper Eska.
The Peace and the Panic by Neck Deep
The Welsh pop-punkers unveil their third full-length effort, an album recorded with Brand New/All Time Low producer Mike Green and featuring a guest appearance from Architects frontman Sam Carter.
Turning Tides by Wildwood Kin
The hotly-tipped Devon trio, who consist of sisters Emilie and Beth Key and their cousin Meghann Loney, unveil their folky, Fleetwood Mac-drenched debut LP this week.
A Fever Dream by Everything Everything
For their fourth studio album, the Manchester wonkpop foursome have teamed up with James Ford, the man behind three of the Arctic Monkeys’ records and the new effort from Depeche Mode.
After the politically charged sounds of previous album Get To Heaven, this album sees the band heading into more personal territory, still with that distinctive sonic take on everything.
Tribe by Chase and Status
The hugely successful drum and bass duo unveil their first new album since 2013's Brand New Machine.
To help, they've secured the vocal services of Emeli Sande, Kano, Bugsy Malone, Slaves, Craig David and Shy FX for their new LP.
Poldark: Complete Series 3 by Aidan Turner
The hugely successful costume drama returns for a third series this week.
In this series, Poldark and Demelza try to repair their rocky marriage but their attempts are interrupted by the arrival of her younger brothers following their father's death.
Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ruby Bentall, Caroline Blakiston, Christian Brassington, Ellise Chappell and Gabriella Wilde star.
Raw by Julia Ducournau
Julia Ducournau writes and directs this dark French horror.
It follows Justine, a strict vegetarian who is forced to eat raw rabbit kidney as part of an initiation at her new course at university, it's taste that leaves her with a strange, but unrelenting craving for raw flesh...
The Sense of an Ending by Ritesh Batra
Julian Barnes’ hugely acclaimed novel gets a lavish big-screen adaptation with an all-star cast that includes Charlotte Rampling, Jim Broadbent, Michelle Dockery and Emily Mortimer.
Ritesh Batra, who made massively successful Indian romantic comedy-drama The Lunchbox, is behind the camera, working from an adaptation from playwright Nick Payne, his first screenplay for the big screen.
The film is the story of Broadbent’s Tony Webster, a man in his later years who is forced to revisit his troubled past when a mysterious letter arrives in the post and he’s asked to contact people he hasn’t wanted to speak to in a long time.
Smurfs - The Lost Village by Kelly Asbury
The cuddly blue men and women return for a new adventure.
The film stars Demi Lovato as Smurfette, Mandy Patinkin as Papa Smurf, Jack McBrayer as Clumsy Smurf, Danny Pudi as Brainy Smurf, Joe Manganiello as Hefty Smurf and Rainn Wilson as Gargamel.
In this new movie, we follow Lovato’s Smurfette after she encounters a creature in the Forbidden Forest who drops a mysterious map, a discovery which prompts her to set off with her friends Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty on an adventure to find the Lost Village before the evil wizard Gargamel does.
Going in Style by Zach Braff
Three pensioners get screwed by their old employer and decide to take matters into their own ageing hands in this hit comedy.
Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin star as three retired men who discover that their pension fund is being liquidated, struggling and angry, they decide to rob a bank. They don’t move quite as quickly as they used to though, making it a tough ask...
Support comes from Joey King, Matt Dillon, Kenan Thompson, Peter Serafinowicz and Ann-Margret.