Thom Dent
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REVIEW: Infinity Stage Company Presents ‘Rabbit’

Music Editor Thom Dent reviews Infinity Stage Company's Rabbit in aid of the local charity, Caring Minds

Posted on 21st November 2017

Spotlight On: Sampa the Great

Music Editor Thom Dent tells us why Sampa the Great lives up to her name and we should be keeping an eye out for her impending conquest of hip-hop

Posted on 20th November 2017

Live Review: Run The Jewels & Danny Brown

Run The Jewels and Danny Brown make for an enticing lineup on paper - but is it too many cooks to spoil the broth? Music Editor Thom Dent checks out their Birmingham show

Posted on 19th November 2017

Album Review: Angel Olsen – Phases

Following the success of Angel Olsen's previous record, Phases is a sparse yet remarkable insight into her indomitable talents according to Music Editor Thom Dent

Posted on 19th November 2017

Single Review: Tune-Yards – Look At Your Hands

Music Editor Thom Dent reviews a bright, catchy new single from modern artpop icons Tune-Yards

Posted on 27th October 2017

Review: Leftfoot & Shadow City Present Jeremy Underground, MCDE and Gilles Peterson

The latest event organised in collaboration between Leftfoot and Shadow City yielded unique and compelling results, reviews Music Editor Thom Dent

Posted on 17th October 2017

Soundtrack of the Summer

Our Redbrick writers tell us which albums, singles and artists shaped their summer

Posted on 13th October 2017

Album Review: St Vincent – MASSEDUCTION

The new St Vincent album lurches between the deeply personal and the completely absurd, yet somehow still manages to be utterly brilliant, reviews Music Editor Thom Dent

Posted on 12th October 2017

Live Review: Mr Jukes

Mr Jukes' live show is unique, fun and completely irresistible, writes Music Editor Thom Dent

Posted on 4th October 2017

Album Review: Alex Cameron – Forced Witness

Music Editor Thom Dent struggles to enjoy a new Alex Cameron record that is undeniably brilliant, yet leaves behind a bitter taste

Posted on 4th October 2017

Spotlight On: Shadow City

Music Editors Issy Campbell and Thom Dent tell us everything you need to know about Shadow City, the four boys taking over Birmingham's party scene

Posted on 1st October 2017

The Musical Guide to Birmingham

Whether you're into cheesy bangers, warehouse raves or the thrill of live performance, we're on hand to highlight the best of Brum

Posted on 22nd September 2017