David Stubbs was formerly staff writer at NME and Melody Maker, where he wrote the renowned comedy section, Talk Talk Talk for several years, creating a number of distinctive characters including the iconic Mr Agreeable. During this time he also wrote scripts for Alan Davies and Bill Bailey on their Radio 1 evening show. He now writes mainly for The Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Independent on a range of topics including music, football, TV and film. He has written several books including Fear Of Music: Why People Get Rothko But Don’t Get Stockhausen (Zero, 2010) and The Prince Charles Letters (Aurum, 2011). David’s most recent book, Future Days: Krautrock and the Building of Modern Germany (Faber), received rapturous reviews on publication in the UK in 2014, and will be available in the US via Melville House in 2015.
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