Shit. Chris Cornell. This one really hurt. Unlike Bowie, Prince or Lemmy, I grew up with Soundgarden in their prime, seeing them live one month after the release of Superunknown.
On Japandroids' Near to the Wild Heart of Life, the songs are fine, the melodies and production are fine but there's none of the edge of a great rock album.
Just when you thought 2016 couldn't get any shitter, Leonard Cohen has said goodbye. Here's a collection of my personal favourite songs from a lengthy career.
Folk Singer Shirley Collins' first album in 38 years, Lodestar, is a striking and rewarding collection of "old bloody songs."
Where does The BFG rank among the best of the big screen adaptations of Roald Dahl classics?
Although Descendents have never officially split, Hypercaffium Spazzinate is only their third album since 1987's All.
When Harry Met Sally is the best rom-com ever, and closer to This is Spinal Tap then you think. No really.
Are you impressed we found seven songs from Scotland with something heat related in the title? Well, you shouldn't be.
To accompany your sheep guts and Irn-Bru, we've prepared a wee Burns Night playlist for you.
A Halloween edition of 'Even Better than the Real Thing', our regular feature highlighting cover versions that are superior to the originals.
Celebrated critic Roger Ebert gave An American Werewolf in London a two star review upon its release, writing "Landis never seems very sure whether he’s making a comedy or a horror film", which seems a strange observation to me considering it’s surely perfectly possible that he intended to make both?