Friday night in grimy Camden town; there are kazoo conventions less cacophonous. Yet pin-drop silence fills north London’s Roundhouse; a venue rammed with a few thousand fans tentatively absorbing Thom Yorke’s ghostly vocals which ascend during Daydreaming’s quiet climax.
This corrupt cop heist flick is a tonal car crash that winks conspiratorially as it dispatches supporting characters by shooting them in the face.
The Walking Dead fan favourite has been talking about season seven but the producers have a lot of making up to do.
Orange is the New Black returns for its latest run next month.
Vincent Ralph compares the latest winner of Britain's Got Talent with previous magicians on the show.
Game of Thrones last three episodes of season six could be among the most exciting of the lot.
Britain's Got Talent's half-time entertainment blew the acts out of the water.
The Game of Thrones actress has been talking about taking her clothes off for the show.
Alicia and Nick are in for some interesting times when Fear the Walking Dead returns later this year.
James Bond will soon be getting a new face if the latest reports are to be believed.
“I don’t have anything new for you,” Billy Joel admits to his first ever Wembley stadium crowd. “Just the same old shit.”
Prince Buster was a multifaceted fellow: not just the King of Ska, but also a producer, singer, soundsystem owner and boxer (Prince was his boxing nickname, and he converted to Islam after meeting Muhammad Ali). He was also a man who, as both producer and artist, led changes in Jamaican music. It was his introduction of the guitar chord on the afterbeat instead of the downbeat that gave birth to ska; he led the move to slowing down ska’s frantic pace into rocksteady; he was there when dub was born.
If you’ve ever wondered how to make half a billion dollars out of a woman, then this is how it works.