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Sia ‘This Is Acting’ Album Review: The Most Enjoyable Pop Album That Never Was

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For a faceless woman, Sia has sure built up a household name of a career. Originally a talented songstress from Australia, Sia Furler soon became more globally known thanks to her efforts as a songwriter and a vocalist, eventually becoming a lyrically-talented powerhouse songwriter courting the likes of Rihanna, Adele, Beyonce, Kanye West, and other musical firmaments. Read more

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Steve Guttenberg Is a Superhero In Blessedly Ridiculous ‘Lavalantula’

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If you’re anything like me, when you hear the words Steve Guttenberg and fire-breathing spiders, you’re in. Blessedly, the Syfy creature feature and wannabe Lavalantula is everything you want it to be. It has a shirtless, sweaty and self-aware Steve Guttenberg, who not only calls out act breaks, but complains to his agent: “I hate bugs. Read more

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Hinds ‘Leave Me Alone’ Album Review

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Hinds are a Spanish all-girl indie rock band consisting of Carlotta Cosials (vocals and guitar), Ana Perrote (vocals and guitar), Ade Martin (bass) and Amber Grimbergen (on drums), hailing from Madrid with critical acclaim and huge fan appeal thanks to their modern take on post-modern all-girl indie-rock. Having launched their first full length album, Leave Me Alone, Read more

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‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Season 2 Review

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Season Two of Mozart in the Jungle expands on the storylines of the other orchestra members. The New York Symphony is rehearsing for their Latin American tour, while worrying about a potential strike, resulting from a wage dispute. Thomas Pembridge (Malcolm McDowell) focuses on composing a new piece — all the while wrestling with writer’s Read more

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‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ Review: A Weird, Whimsical, and Wonderful 90 Minutes

‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ Review: A Weird, Whimsical, and Wonderful 90 Minutesfeatured

Well, colour me surprised. For the past few years, Sherlock had been a love-hate affair for myself. For every smartly-plotted plot, there was a smattering of insensitivity, from either Benedict Cumberbatch’s icy Holmes or from Martin Freeman’s passionate Watson. And although the show more than delivered on its promise of edgy topics, thrilling plot developments Read more

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