Entertainment

Passion for music, movies and games is something shared by everyone at Richer Sounds so we love talking about the latest releases and discussing our favourites. If you fancy some recommendations from our team on what to watch or listen to next, just scroll down and take a peek.

Album review: Cochemea – All My Relations

Album review: Cochemea – All My Relations

Daptone Records’ seasoned sax veteran returns to his Native American roots. But is he just tooting his own trumpet… err saxophone? Having forged a career playing with the likes of Daptone legends Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and The Budos …read more

Film review: Fighting With My Family

Film review: Fighting With My Family

A wrestling drama directed by Stephen Merchant, starring Florence Pugh and a brief appearance from Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson should set the hearts of wrestling fans (past or present) fluttering with excitement. Fighting with my Family tells the story of …read more

Game review: Far Cry New Dawn

Game review: Far Cry New Dawn

How does the latest instalment of the Far Cry series hold up compared to past releases? Read on… The second Far Cry in 2 years, New Dawn is an interesting addition to the series, and it is the first ever …read more

Film review: Capernaum

Film review: Capernaum

A hard hitting drama from director Nadine Labaki, Capernaum finally gets a UK release having won the Jury Prize at Cannes last year but does it deserve the praise? Having been convicted of stabbing a much older man, 12 year …read more

Album review: Millencolin – SOS

Album review: Millencolin – SOS

Swedish-based skate punks Millencolin are back with their ninth studio album over a 27-year long career. With most skate rock dropping away in the past few years, is this welcome nostalgia or will we wish they’d hang up their decks? …read more

Game review: Metro Exodus

Game review: Metro Exodus

How does the latest chapter of Metro Exodus live up to its predecessors? Read on…   This is the third instalment of the Metro Exodus series, the “difficult album” as it were, and one of the games I was most …read more

Film review: The Kid Who Would Be King

Film review: The Kid Who Would Be King

The Kid Who Would Be King is a fun romp for the whole family. Far and away not the coolest kids in the playground Alex (Louis Ashbourne Serkis) and his friend Bedders (Dean Chamou) find a sword stuck in the …read more