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1) Listen To Alunageorge’s Album
Fresh from their collaboration with Disclosure George Reid and Aluna Francis are finally releasing their debut album, that might as well be called ‘fun party times’. It features 13 R&B infused bangers plus a cover of Montell Jordan’s New Jack Swing classic This Is How We Do It.
2) Watch Only God Forgives
Reteaming Ryan Gosling with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn, brutally violent Bangkok revenge thriller Only God Forgives will yield its share of walkouts, as blades lacerate eyeballs and skewers eviscerate bodily organs. One amusing plus: a bleach-blond Kristin Scott Thomas as a foul-mouthed crime matriarch. (Charles Gant)
3) Visit Sturtevant: Leaps Jumps And Bumps
Elaine Sturtevant shocked the art world in the 60s by replicating the work of Warhol and Jasper Johns, starting a dialogue about the progeny of art in the process. This show is filled with her trash culture obsessions, including blow up sex dolls, Beavis & Butthead and Minnie Mouse.
4) See The Heat
Already a big US comedy hit, The Heat teams condescendingly uptight Federal agent Sandra Bullock with reliably unhinged, trash-talking Boston cop Melissa McCarthy for the sheer, ingenious pleasure of it. From Bridesmaids director Paul Feig, it’s agreeably – if formulaically – loopy. (Charles Gant)
5) Eat At Toasted
The former manager of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant has opened a new al-fresco styled eatery that pairs a bespoke wine collection with tapas dishes like English peas with egg yolk and modernist mains like lamb with pomegranate seeds.