In this edition of The Soundboard Stereo, we look over recent film and TV juggernauts in Ahsoka, Killers Of The Flower Moon and Only Murders In The Building (plus M3GAN), as well as Gerard Way’s run on Doom Patrol, and The Chemical Brothers’ recent showstopping tour.
This month, the final chapter of the Indiana Jones franchise and Netflix’s One Piece adaptation prove…adequate, while big new albums from Olivia Rodrigo and Zach Bryan are so much more. Also, we look at the 1980 Oscar winner Ordinary People, and the pop culture haven, the Name 3 Songs Podcast.
Reading & Leeds is back once again with another huge lineup of indie, pop, rock, hip-hop and dance to round out festival season, and we’ve got your extensive guide of everything you can expect to see.
A brand-new all-dayer is heading to Liverpool, packed to the gills with new and established talent in alt-rock, hardcore, metal and more. So with the inaugural No Play Festival on the horizon, we’ve broken down the whole lineup to see what you can expect.
This time…what else but Barbie and Oppenheimer? But outside of two of the biggest films of the year, we also take a look at the newest season of The Bear; the triumphant The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom; Kim Petras’ newest album; and the worst thing that Marvel has ever produced.
We’ve reached the mid-year, so what better thing to do than look back and take stock at everything we’ve missed so far? We take a look at 2023 in rock, metal, punk, indie and more to give our thoughts on some of its big releases from Foo Fighters, Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Babymetal, Gorillaz and loads more.
Once again boasting the lineup to end all lineups, 2000trees is back for another year of rock, punk, emo, indie, hardcore and everything in between. It’s right round the corner too, so we’ve broken down the entire lineup to see what you can’t afford to be missing.
This time, we look at recent blockbusters Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3 and Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves—as well as the opinion-splitting Beau Is Afraid—alongside music from Phoebe Bridgers and a classic from My Bloody Valentine, and Amazon’s big, new spy / sci-fi series Citadel.
Back for another year to showcase the best in punk, emo, pop-rock and more, Slam Dunk boasts one of this festival season’s most impressive lineups, and we’ve gone through it all to see exactly what you can expect to see.
This month, we sound off on the recent third season of The Mandalorian and newest Netflix hit Beef, as well as (finally!) catch Avatar: The Way Of Water, explore Life Is Strange: True Colors, and dig into music from Balance And Composure and Hundredth.