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Kate Connolly

Articles By Kate Connolly

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Bacurau review – way-out western

After his two mysterious, tightly-coiled and idiosyncratic first features, Neighbouring Sounds and Aquarius, the...

Album: Purity Ring - Womb

Purity Ring, the Canadian duo, are purveyors of simple yet sophisticated dream pop. Corin Roddick makes synth tracks at one end of the country,...

Oliver Craske: Indian Sun, The Life and Music of Ravi Shanka...

Ravi Shankar was one of the giants of 20th century music. A musician, composer and teacher, he had an extraordinarily fruitful career...

Jazz musicians adapt to the lockdown - 'Welcome to our...

Jazz people,” one commentator has written this week “are amongst...

The Trip to Greece, Series Finale, Sky 1 review - bitterswee...

Could this mock-mythic journey, emulating the trek homewards to Ithaca of Homer’s hero Odysseus, really be the final series of The Trip ...

Czech Philharmonic Benefit Concert online review – profound...

Less than six months ago Prague’s most prestigious concert hall...

The Whalebone Box review - documentary through unreliable su...

The UK-wide lockdown has thrown the cinematic release schedule into chaos. Some films are postponed indefinitely, while others have opted for...

Pen15, Sky Comedy review - the horror of adolescent schoolda...

The cringe-making horror of adolescent schooldays is vividly re-...

Album: Thundercat - It Is What It Is

Alongside the man he calls “the other half of my brain”, Flying Lotus, Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner sits near the...

The Steph Show, Channel 4 review - magazine show debuts from...

As we are learning each day during lockdown, necessity is the mother of invention. In...