sat 28/01/2023

Nick Hasted

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Nick Hasted has been a film journalist since 1986. As well as The Arts Desk, he currently writes about film, music, books and comics for The Independent, Uncut, Jazzwise and Classic Rock. He has published three books: The Dark Story of Eminem (2002), You Really Got Me: The Story of The Kinks (2011), and Jack White: How He Built An Empire From The Blues (2016).

Articles By Nick Hasted

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark review - mild-mannered nightmares

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CD: Sleater-Kinney - The Center Won't Hold

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Pain and Glory review - masterful meditation on age and art

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CD: Frank Turner - No Man's Land

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Playmobil The Movie review - resolutely kids' stuff

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The Edge review - mind games

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The Lion King review - a dazzling photocopy

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Annabelle Comes Home review - devil doll plays nice

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The Captor review - Stockholm syndrome silliness

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix review - a grand finale

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters review – spectacular stupidity

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Neneh Cherry, Brighton Festival 2019 review – beloved bohemian

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Haley Fohr: Salomé, Brighton Festival 2019 review – potently camp debauch

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Rokia Traoré: Dream Mandé: Djata, Brighton Festival 2019 review – resonant griot wisdom

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Rokia Traoré: Dream Mandé: Bamanan Djourou, Brighton Festival 2019 review – traditions soar free

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Chamber Music, Brighton Festival 2019 review - Wu-Tang Clan depths divined

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Album: Sebastian Rochford, Kit Downes - A Short Diary

A Short Diary, a duo album for piano and drums, contains music of astonishing directness, calm and concentration. The story of how it...

Jansen, LSO, Noseda, Barbican review - hearts of darkness

There’s life in the old overture-concerto-symphony format yet – especially if the...

Noises Off, Phoenix Theatre review - much revived classic fa...

There’s a chance – a slim one – that you haven’t seen Noises Off, Michael Frayn’s farce...

The Last Stage review - a former prisoner returns to the dea...

Seventy-eight years ago, on January 27,1945, Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated by the Red Army. The iconic images of the ovens with...

Charlie & Stan, Wilton’s Music Hall, review - a beguilin...

Imagine what would have happened if the young Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel were cabin-mates on a transatlantic liner. The Told by an...

Women at War, Netflix review - contrasting stories entwine d...

A sprawling French-made drama set in the early days of the...

Album: Deathprod - Compositions

Ambient is everywhere now. After a quiet (lol) 2000s, when it rather disappeared into the cracks, perhaps tarred with the sense that the more...