Thomas H Green
Thomas H Green has a 25-year career in music journalism. He is New Music Editor and a Director of theartsdesk.com – a site he co-founded in 2009 – and manages their copy deal with the i Newspaper.
He writes regularly for Mixmag, the Daily Telegraph, and others. He is also a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester’s Department of Creative & Digital Technologies. He runs the acclaimed club nights Synthesize Me and FREEDOM, and has brought BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Wolfgang Flür (Kraftwerk) and others to Britain’s south coast.
He has written one book, Rock Shrines (Harper Collins, 2010), and contributed a chapter to Glastonbury 50: The Official Story of the Glastonbury Festival (Trapeze, 2019). He has interviewed artists ranging from Clean Bandit to The Prodigy to Hank Marvin to Cher.