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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: Rustin Man – Drift Code

Album review: Rustin Man – Drift Code

Formerly the bassist for old UK favourites Talk Talk, Paul Webb has styled himself as Rustin Man and released his first album in 16 years. Will Drift Code show he’s still got it? Still taking influences from the synth-pop glory …read more

Film review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Film review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Based on the memoir of the same name, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is one of several films, that even with this year having barely started, is in hot contention for a lot of awards. Telling the memoir of Lee …read more

Game review: Kingdom Hearts 3

Game review: Kingdom Hearts 3

Following years of waiting from a devoted loyal fandom, and after several remasters, re-releases, remixes, sequels and prequels – it’s finally here… Kingdom Hearts III is the latest, and apparently final instalment in the ambitious crossover franchise between Square Enix–creators …read more

Film review: Green Book

Film review: Green Book

From the mind of Dumb and Dumber, Peter Farrelly, comes a very different tale. Set in the American Deep South in the last years of Jim Crow in the 1960’s is Green Book. Starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen, the film …read more

Film review: Destroyer

Film review: Destroyer

Having received a mysterious package from a past acquaintance, former undercover LAPD detective Erin Bell (Nicole Kidman) tries to track down a criminal gang leader (Toby Kebbell) from her past and bury her demons once and for all… From the …read more

Album review: Say Anything – Oliver Appropriate

Album review: Say Anything – Oliver Appropriate

Forming a full 19 years ago, Say Anything have released their sixth, and final, album. With a rocky past and several line-up changes before this point, how will this posthumous LP stand up to their previous critically-acclaimed material? Being a …read more

Film review: The Mule

Film review: The Mule

In what may very well be Clint Eastwood’s directorial swan song, we see him adapt the true life story of the world’s oldest, and most prolific drug mule. After a career that spans decades, and several massive ages for cinema …read more