Album reviews: Warpaint, Mutual Benefit, The Gloaming, Mogwai

Warpaint "Warpaint" (Rough Trade)

Despicable Me 2 grossed £47.4 million at the UK 2013 box office

Despicable Me 2 named the top-grossing film of 2013 at the UK box office

The Universal Pictures animated movie beat Les Miserables and Iron Man 3

J.W. Anderson’s autumn/ winter 2014 collection at the 'London Collections: Men'

The Bonus Track: Orange Juice, Talking Heads, Cody Chestnutt and Bruce Springsteen

A sideways look at the world of music

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art: bi-weekly shows by the dancing horses

A moorish tapas crawl in Jerez

The Hedonist - what to see and where to be seen

'The second I got pregnant and I wasn’t able to go out and party, they were suddenly quite nasty,' the singer told Esquire

Lily Allen attacks showbiz culture for its 'Botoxed celebrity idiots'

The pop star described feeling like a bullied school girl in an interview

America's Smithsonian museum declares video games are art, adds two to permanent collection

One game has players embody the wind, carrying petals across a meadow; the other uses minimalistic graphics to 'deconstruct the gaming experience'

Johnson once more made mincemeat of the tourists with his searing left-arm pace

The Light Roller: I don't like cricket, oh no, I hate it

I don't like cricket, oh no, I hate it

Musician Will.i.am

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Andy Burrows tested his songs on his daughter, Chloe

Backstage: Snowman pair get a kid’s view from Chloe’s criticism

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Cuddling: the biggest turn-off in the bedroom

What’s the worst thing that could happen on the first night staying with a new partner? Too much cuddling, obviously!

TV Review: Strange Days: Cold War Britain, BBC2

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Giuliano Gemma: Veteran of more than 100 films best known for his lead role in the 1965 spaghetti western ‘Pistol for Ringo’

It is Clint Eastwood, of course, who is particularly remembered as the lone gunman of spaghetti westerns, the outsider and amoral protagonist, thanks to his work with Sergio Leone.

East India Youth has a debut LP on the way

Caught in the Net: Strife lessons from electro's young men

And ring in the new year with alt-pop's super-duo

Harry Patch, war hero

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Harry Patch passed away in 2009 didn’t he?

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