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Thomas H Green

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Thomas writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph and Mixmag. He has been a consistent presence in the UK dance music media since the mid-Nineties and has also written more broadly about music and the arts elsewhere. He has written one book, Rock Shrines, with another on the way. An ageing raver, he’s still occasionally to be found in nightclubs as dawn approaches.

Articles By Thomas H Green

theartsdesk on Vinyl 50: Depeche Mode, Black Midi, Primal Scream, U2, Nazareth, Quantic and more

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CD: Foy Vance - From Muscle Shoals

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CD: Kate Tempest - The Book of Traps and Lessons

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theartsdesk at Red Rooster Festival 2019 - bustling Suffolk stately home hoedown

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Berlin: True Copy, Brighton Festival 2019 review - tricksy forgery masterclass

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CD: Morrissey - California Son

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Superhoe, Brighton Festival 2019 review - a darkly vital one-woman show

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Primal Scream, The Haunt, Brighton review - up-close, short, raucous and sweaty

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Gravity & Other Myths: Backbone, Brighton Festival 2019 review - eyeboggling and very human circus show

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theartsdesk on Vinyl 49 - Part 2: Prince, Johnny Cash, Sparks, Toyah, Adrian Sherwood and more

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My Left Right Foot: The Musical, Brighton Festival 2019 review - foul-mouthed comic brilliance

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Andy Hamilton, Brighton Festival 2019 review - gently amusing night of reminiscence

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The Great Escape Festival 2019, Brighton review - a juicy smörgåsbord of new music from all over

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CD: Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent

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theartsdesk on Vinyl 49 - Part 1: Keith Richards, Asian Dub Foundation, Popul Vuh, Nirvana, Cage the Elephant and more

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Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs), Brighton Festival 2019 review - a feverishly foul-mouthed musical comedy

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