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Grammy winner Miguel Pimental broke through to the mainstream a few years ago with his Kaleidoscopic Dream album, but this newbie – viewed in some quarters as, not without justification, a game changer for R&B music – looks set to be the one to take him even higher and keep him there.
Lucy Rose's second album follows the tried and tested elements of more confidence and better material, while songs of the quality of She’ll Move, Koln, Cover Up, and Our Eyes consolidate Rose’s position as a pop/folk songwriter who is improving with each passing year.
One of the most permanant fixtures in popular music going back several decades, Neil Young, is back with another collection - this time with the assistance of Promise of the Real.
The godfather of electronic music, famed for his work on the last Daft Punk album, releases his latest collection of original music - and his first in 30 years. Contained within are dalliances with the likes of Sia and Suzanne Vega, but there's little denying that Moroder himself is the real star her.
On Muse’s new album Drones, there has been no attempts whatsoever at reining in the epic and the excess of previous works. In fact, Matt Bellamy, Dom Howard and Chris Wolstenholme have even gone one better – they have drafted in AC/DC and Def Leppard producer Robert ‘Mutt’ Lange, who is renowned for his fastidious approach to multi-tracking.
Kevin Hart and Josh Gad star in this comedy written and directed by Jeremy Garelick. When Doug Harris (Gad) proposes to his girlfriend Gretchen (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) he comes to realise that he has everything he could ever wish for... except a best man.
When revolutionary scientist Deon (Patel) awakens his latest creation, a robot with artificial intelligence and the ability to think and feel like a human, his dreams and his nightmares all quickly become his reality.
One of the steamiest, most talked-about thrillers in recent years is finally out to add to your collection. Dakota Johnson stars as demure literature student Ana Steele, who, as a favour to her friend Kate (Eloise Mumford), meets up with the handsome and enigmatic businessman Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) for an interview.
From Hidetaka Miyazaki and FromSoftware – creators of the legendary action role-playing games Demon's Souls, Dark Souls and Dark Souls II – comes Bloodborne, an all-new, action-packed RPG brimming with unforgiving, unrelenting terror, developed exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Delivering an all-new canvas for the best-in-class first person action gameplay the Battlefield franchise is known for, Battlefield Hardline sees Visceral Games bring its critically-acclaimed single player storytelling pedigree to provide an engaging story in a setting reminiscent of modern TV crime dramas.
The latest edition of the classic survivor horror franchise updates the chills and scares from the original series to Next Gen consoles and the result is one of 2015's most enthralling video game experiences.
From the company that brought the world Dead Island comes Dying Light. The former was a game about an island overun by the undead and this game is... well, it's a game about a city overun by the undead. But Techland certainly proved its chops with zombies in the first game and has done a lot to set this one apart. One of 2015's most terrifing, white knuckle, immersive video game experiences. We don't recommend playing this one with the lights off.
We are excited about this release! Years & Years brand new album 'Communion' is Out this Friday @ hmv! https://t.co/IooDNRDYaP4 hours ago