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Fifty Shades of Grey

19 February 2015

 Starring: Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson Cert 18 Whod’v&rs...


The Girl On The Train

23 February 2017

The Girl On The Train takes you on a ride, but struggles to keep you h...


The Lego Batman Movie

23 February 2017

Let’s be honest, none of us had any faith in The Lego Movie when...


As Lions  Selfish Age 

23 February 2017

As Lions don’t so much roar as stride about cockily, following t...


Banks and Steelz  Anything But Words 

23 February 2017

This came out a while back, and we steered clear of an album featuring...


Sarah Darling Dream Country

23 February 2017

This charming album has enraptured us in the Review Corner this week. ...


Silent Riders Silent Riders

23 February 2017

Enigmatic is the word for this Danish electronic band. They wear masks...


Hibla Gerzmava  Opera Jazz Blues

23 February 2017

This CD is a programme of work it probably never crossed your mind you...


Toothless . . The Pace Of The Passing

02 March 2017

Toothless is Ed Nash, the bass player for the excellent Bombay Bicycle...


Joshua Radin . . The Fall

02 March 2017

Inoffensive is the word for singer-songwriter Josh, though that doesn&...


Lydia Kakabadse . . Concertato

02 March 2017

This charming album is already one of our favourites ...


Johannes Brahms . . Piano Quartet No 2; Gustav Mahler . . Piano Quartet

02 March 2017

Brahms (born 1833) spent part of 1860 in the country suburb of Hamm, o...


Allmänna Sangen . . Femina Moderna

09 March 2017

This is an interesting album that combines modern choral work with the...


Patrick Hawes . . Revelation, Beatitudes and Quantia Qualia

09 March 2017

This is a tranquil and calming album, despite the title (Revelations f...


Nadine Khouri . . The Salted Air

09 March 2017

Khouri is a British-Lebanese musician and songwriter based in London, ...


Grandaddy . . Last Place

09 March 2017

Grandaddy formed in 1992, the band led by main writing talent Jason Ly...


EX_MACHINA

09 March 2017

EX MACHINA is a fascinating, scary, stunning and thought-provoking min...


Vladimir and Anton Live

19 March 2017

Slovakian brothers Vladimir and Anton Jablokov are ace violin players ...


Ten Fé Hit the Light

19 March 2017

This enjoyable album delivers cool indie pop that’s also commerc...


Vant - Dumb Blood

19 March 2017

We like this because they sound like a band at all times; some of the ...


Ying Wang - Tun-Tu Chamber Music Renewed

19 March 2017

Don’t be fooled by the appearance of the words “chamber&rd...


Open for a day: Clonterbrook garden

19 March 2017

Daffodils and camellias are on display on Sunday at Clonterbrook House...


Logan

23 March 2017

Director: James Mangold Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafn...


Ed Sheeran ÷

23 March 2017

The Review Corner saw Sheeran on an early tour, in a venue so small he...


Vera Lynn . . Her Greatest From Abbey Road

23 March 2017

Dame Vera comes from a different age, when there was less choice in en...


Tchaikovsky . . 12 Morceaux

23 March 2017

We always like programmes like this: though it’s Tchaikovsky it&...


David Lumsdaine and Nicola LeFanu . . Mandala 3

23 March 2017

A mandala (Sanskrit, circle) is a ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhi...


Emmerich Kalmain . . Die Bajadere

23 March 2017

This is an enjoyable CD, presenting an operetta that was first perform...


Bleeker . . Erase You

30 March 2017

Bleeker are a Canadian trio and this album is as polite and well-behav...


The Anniversary . . . Collection

30 March 2017

This year Naxos Records celebrates its 30th anniversary. Founded in 19...


Robert Radecke . . . Piano Trios

30 March 2017

Radecke was a skilled player of the pianoforte, organ and violin &mdas...


Ferdinand Ries . . . Flute Quartets Vol.1

30 March 2017

If you want to make a name for yourself, getting a job one of with the...


The Kut . . . I Want You Maniac

30 March 2017

Proving that women can rock are The Kut, whose low-key catchy grunge s...


Seafoam Green HQ . . . Down The River

30 March 2017

At first play, you’d think this dirty southern rock/boogie band ...


Laura Marling . . Semper Femina

06 April 2017

We’ve missed a couple of Marling albums; she was always good but...


Jarrod Dickenson . . Ready The Horses

06 April 2017

Good as Laura Marling is (see above), she’s beaten into second p...


Giacomo Carissimi . . Eight Motets

06 April 2017

Some church music is intended to instil awareness of the immenseness o...


Dutch Uncles . . Big Balloon

06 April 2017

This is Marple band Dutch Uncles’s fifth album. ...


Hackney Colliery Band . . Live

06 April 2017

Whenever we’re down in the dumps in the Review Corner, we often ...


Fleetwood Mac . . Tango in the Night

06 April 2017

You should all have heard this, or parts of it....


Maximo Park . . Risk to Exist

18 April 2017

The Review Corner are big fans of Max Park, but this album has divided...


Jim Parker . . Travelling Light

18 April 2017

The title says it all: Parker writes light music, and the collection t...


Heroines of Love and Loss

18 April 2017

The way things work in general is that classical albums take a couple ...


Stormzy . . Gang Signs and Prayer

18 April 2017

We can see why people love Stormzy, the first grime artist to land a n...


Nick Cave . . Lovely Creatures

18 April 2017

This is not out for a couple of weeks, but it’s so good you can ...


Elizabeth Jordan and Lynsey Marsh . . Mind Music

20 April 2017

It’s a game of two halves in this approachable programme from El...


Andrew Combs . . Canyons Of My Mind

20 April 2017

We’ve called this country — he’s a Texan based in Na...


James Blunt . . The Afterlove

20 April 2017

A bit like Ed Sheeran, James Hillier Blount produces bland pop that re...


Little Dragon . . Season High

20 April 2017

Eight or nine years ago the Review Corner was in a trendy shop that so...