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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

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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The Hustle review - rotten scoundrels

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Pokémon Detective Pikachu review - a cute commercial

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10 Questions for Director Benedikt Erlingsson

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Long Shot review - semi-hilarious odd couple romcom

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Styx review - high seas, high stakes refugee nightmare

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Dragged Across Concrete review - Mel Gibson's hard-boiled high

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Hellboy review - vivid monster mash

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Shazam! review - refreshing super-goofiness

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Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story review - inside Sidebottom's head

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Under the Silver Lake review - fascinating LA noir folly

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The Hole in the Ground review - parental horror stays on the surface

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The Kid Who Would Be King review - a timeless charmer

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Crucible of the Vampire review - Neil Morrissey meets lesbian vampires, subtly

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Glass review - shattered Shyamalan sequel

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Ahir Shah, West End Centre, Aldershot review - a millennial...

Ahir Shah has delivered some very good comedy by performing as a man who knows he is right about everything – that's what a political degree from...

CD: James Taylor, American Standard - a trip down memory lan...

“Fire and Rain”. Who doesn’t recall James Taylor’s first number one 50 years ago! Born in Carolina and a “graduate” of the 1960s...

Isadora Now, Barbican Theatre review - a little piece of his...

Mention Isadora Duncan and the best response you’re likely to get is “Wasn’t she that dancer who died when her scarf...

Simon Brodkin, The Stables, Milton Keynes review - comics ca...

Simon Brodkin is best known for his cheeky Cockney wideboy character Lee Nelson, and for...

Alice Boman, Union Chapel review - Swedish singer-songwriter...

Judging by her debut album, Malmö singer-songwriter Alice Boman’...

Album: Sink Ya Teeth - Two

Norwich is not the first place most people think of as a hub of riveting music but it’s where female duo Sink Ya Teeth hail from. Consisting of...

Simon Trpčeski, Barbican review - a charismatic chameleon

When Macedonian pianist Simon Trpčeski first bounced on to the...

Push review – lifting the lid on the housing crisis

Italian journalist Roberto Saviano still lives in fear of his life 11 years after writing Gomorrah, which explores how criminal gangs use...

First Person: Hassan Abdulrazzak on the real-life drama behi...

You are at a party having a good time when someone gives you a glass of champagne. You take one and then another and soon the party...

The Windsors, Series 3, Channel 4 review - perfect timing fo...

The rage and bitterness surrounding the Brexit brouhaha have...