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ALBUM STREAM: Ray LaMontagne: Supernova ALBUM STREAM: Ray LaMontagne: Supernova

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Ko among most influential Ko among most influential

Updated Kiwi golfing star Lydia Ko has been named among TIME…

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Album review: Kelis, Food
Album review: Kelis, Food

Mixing southern fried chicken with molecular gastronomy might seem unpalatable, but when 34-year-old New Yorker Kelis does…

Album review: Yellow Ostrich, Cosmos
Album review: Yellow Ostrich, Cosmos

Although taking its title from Carl Sagan's 80s television series about the universe, the cosmological and astral references…

Game review: Fez
Game review: Fez

Gomez is having a heck of a day. The emergence of a hitherto-unknown third dimension has rattled the foundation of his peaceful…

Album review: Damon Albarn, Everyday Robots
Album review: Damon Albarn, Everyday Robots

Well, he certainly took his time. After all, Damon Albarn's been nothing short of prolific during his post-Blur period…

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Album review: Greg Fleming, Forget the Past
Album review: Greg Fleming, Forget the Past

After his self-described dark rock-noir Edge of the City two years ago, this album sometimes feels…

Movie review: Utopia

Criticising John Pilger is a dangerous game. Those who object to his style in work such as the bootlicking 2007 interview…

Movie review: The Other Woman

The saying "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" sums up the premise of this chick flick about three women who discover…

Movie review: Half of a Yellow Sun

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's award-winning novel is a memorable journey through the lives of twin sisters in Nigeria during…

TV review: Field Punishment No 1
TV review: Field Punishment No 1

In the closing minutes of this stirring story of 14 New Zealanders sent to the front in World War I…

Album review: Linda Ronstadt, Duets

This album of duets wasn't Linda Ronstadt's idea. It was at the behest of the record label, as these things often are. But…

Album review: Cris Cab, Where I belong

Cris Cab's debut album could easily be written off as a bunch of cheesy reggae-infused pop songs, not unlike Peter Andre's…

Movie review: The Other Woman

This new chick-flick comedy by the director of weepy hit The Notebook is all bark and no bite. Nick Cassavetes spends…

Movie review: The Lego Movie

The talented minds behind Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and the 21 Jump Street movie strike gold again with this…

Movie review: Like Father, Like Son
Movie review: Like Father, Like Son

A regular contributor to Japanese films about family, award-winning director Hirokazu Kore-eda ( I Wish…

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