Jess Glynne

Review: Jess Glynne – I Cry When I Laugh

Jess Glynne. If you aren’t familiar with the name, you’ll almost certainly be familiar with her voice. The 25-year-old has received credits as a featured vocalist for Route 94 (on “My Love”), Clean Bandit (“Rather Be”) and Tinie Tempah (“Not Letting Go”), all of which topped the Official UK Singles Chart. Riding high on her success, Glynne launched a successful solo career, which has led to the release of “I Cry When I Laugh”.

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Paper Towns

Review: Paper Towns

Following on from the commercial success of “The Fault In Our Stars” (which took over $300 million at the box office worldwide), it was only a matter of time before the rest of John Green’s catalogue made the transition to the big screen. While Green’s third young-adult novel, “Paper Towns”, may not have the same emotional impact as The Fault In Our Stars, it’s still an exceptionally charismatic adaptation.

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Daisy Victoria

Review: Daisy Victoria – Pain of Dancers

Having emerged as a solo artist in 2014 with the release of two critically acclaimed EPs (“Heart Full of Beef” and “Nobody Dies”), Daisy Victoria quickly gained attention from the likes of BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne and BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens.

Her developing success also earned the young star support dates with Canadian-American folk-rocker Martha Wainwright on her UK tour in October 2014. Almost a year later, Daisy Victoria is back with her brand new single “Pain of Dancers”.

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Review: PILLARS – You Got This

You only have to listen to a sample of London-based newcomer PILLARS to realise that she is the kind of artist that can give you goose bumps on top of your goose bumps.

Fresh off the back of her second single’s whirlwind success and an appearance at The Great Escape Festival 2015 in May, the elusive songwriter has unveiled “You Got This” – a sophisticated, intriguing number with a poignant message.

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Review: Trainwreck

Over the last decade, Judd Apatow has proven himself as the king of romantic comedies, having directed the likes of “The 40 Year-Old Virgin”, “Knocked Up” and “This Is 40”. For his latest rom-com outing, Apatow has teamed up with rising newcomer Amy Schumer for “Trainwreck”.

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The Gift

Review: The Gift

Best known for appearing in front of the camera in the likes of “Exodus: Gods and Kings” and “The Great Gatsby”, Joel Edgerton makes his directorial debut with “The Gift” – an unsettling, slow-burning thriller.

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Fantastic Four

Review: Fantastic Four (2015)

From “Godzilla” and “Mad Max” to “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “Jurassic Park”, reboots have proved a common trend in cinemas during recent years, with an abundance of big-name franchises receiving modern makeovers. The latest series to undergo a reboot is “Fantastic Four”, although “fantastic” may be somewhat of an overstatement.

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Bands to Watch: Gwenno

Following the release of her debut solo EP, ‘Môr Hud’, in 2002, Cardiff-born singer Gwenno Saunders went on to represent Cornwall in the 2003 Alternative Eurovision Song Contest, where she won the People’s Choice Award for her performance of “Vodya”. The track featured on her 2004 EP of the same name.

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