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Small debuts with one of the most truly transcendental albums of 2014.
The Rising Gods of the East have finally risen with their eighth Korean album, Rise As God.
A tense 30-year-old woman with a dad problem set on a road trip to Kolkata to visit their old family home.
A weekend of family and friends goes completely awry when everything that can go wrong goes worse.
Set in 1995 Haridwar, a cassette shop owner is keen to get his high-school drop out son married to an educated but overweight girl.
With their brand of 60s inspired doo-wop and impeccable harmonies, The Barberettes offer their first mini-album.
Vishal Bhardwaj is back with his third Indian adaptation of Shakespeare, Hamlet, set against the heavy 90s political backdrop of the northern snowy Kashmir region.
Bringing in the noise of free jazz and the electricity of Nikola Tesla, Flying Lotus gives us one of 2014’s most gorgeous albums, You’re Dead!
With one of this year’s most flawless pieces of music, Kimbra offers fans her sophomore album, The Golden Echo.
The film that started everything for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.