Thomas Gorton

Thomas Gorton is Digital Editor at Dazed, and one half of production duo God Colony.

Benji B Richard Russell Everything Is Recorded
MusicRichard Russell discusses rave and the future of the planet with Benji B
Dazed poster project
Art & Photography35 artists create poster art imagining a post-pandemic future
Life & CultureWelcome to #AloneTogether: a creative community in times of crisis
Vote Labour
PoliticsThe Dazed point of view: Vote Labour
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FashionWatch the new Cav Empt film set in a gaming dreamworld
MusicOFB drop video for ‘Once In A While’ featuring Headie One
MusicFrank Ocean is hosting a Blonded clubnight, PrEP+
Art & PhotographyMark Leckey goes under the bridge with teenage dreams in new exhibition
Climate strike September 2019
Life & CultureThe kids are alright – a report from the Global Climate Strike in London
The Hissing Of Summer Tears Denim Tears Tremaine Emory 7
FashionTremaine Emory drops Denim Tears collection and explains its meaning
Books for September
Life & CultureThe books to see you through Hot Nerd Autumn
MusicBillie Eilish confronts a world on fire in new video
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MasculinityCapturing 80s Liverpool lads growing up in the ruins of Thatcher’s Britain
Bjork losss Tobias Gremmler
MusicWatch Björk’s stunning new video for ‘Losss’
Life & CultureDoug Aitken on his psychedelic trip through the skies of Massachusetts
Film & TVShia LaBeouf isn’t lonely anymore
Andrew Scott in Black Mirror
Film & TVCharlie Brooker discusses phone addiction and Black Mirror
Andrew Scott as Hot Priest in Fleabag
Film & TVFrom Hot Priest to Black Mirror star, Andrew Scott is having a moment
FKA twigs at Alexandra Palace
MusicFKA twigs’ London show: a twisted take on pop inside a palace
Science & TechThis week on Dazed, we present A Future World
Nike Paris Women's World Cup
Life & CultureInside Nike’s mission to take women’s football into the future
BodyTravis Scott on Astroworld, beauty and his fans
Music808INK are the duo making London rap a freer, better place
MusicListen to a new future dancehall track by four sirens of the London clubs