David Meller

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David was born in Stockport but his heart has, most of the time, been up the road in Manchester. This was confirmed when, aged 15, he turned up for a day at school wearing a fisherman’s cap and baggy Stone Roses t-shirt: a young, chubby Reni. People thought he looked like an idiot; he’d like to think he was ahead of the comeback curve. Eventually, after exhausting all things Factory, David found Belle and Sebastian, The Velvet Underground and Pavement and the like. He also began creating zines with his friends, one of which was defaced by The Fall’s Mark E Smith (it did feature a picture of him gurning). After a year in London, he studied Journalism and English Literature at the University of Salford and did bits for This is Fake DIY. After graduating, he wrote about Stockport County and general footballing issues for When Saturday Comes and has been published on the London Review of Books Blog where he lived out a journalistic fantasy by, idiotically, going into the heart of the Manchester riots. By day, David is a data manager in a secondary school. Spreadsheets by day, writing by night. Well, sometimes. David is on Twitter @davidpmeller.
David Meller


Articles by David Meller


Grant Hart – The Argument (Album Reviews)
Robert Pollard – Honey Locust Honky Tonk (Album Reviews)
Deafheaven – Sunbather (Album Reviews)
Festival Review: Primavera Sound 2013 (Live Music Reviews)
Camper Van Beethoven @ Deaf Institute, Manchester (Live Music Reviews)
The National: “There’s a sense that we’re all more responsible for our actions now” – Interview (Interviews)
Agnetha Fältskog – A (Album Reviews)
Sounds From The Other City 2013 @ Various Venues, Salford (Live Music Reviews)
Samba Touré – Albala (Album Reviews)
Q&A: The Boy Least Likely To (Interviews)
Alison Moyet – the minutes (Album Reviews)
Javelin – Hi Beams (Album Reviews)
Preview: Sounds From The Other City 2013 (Previews)
Bored Nothing – Bored Nothing (Album Reviews)
Q&A: City Reign (Interviews)
Haiku Salut – Tricolore (Album Reviews)
Wire – Change Becomes Us (Album Reviews)
Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience (Album Reviews)
Steve Mason – Monkey Minds In The Devil’s Time (Album Reviews)
Wild Belle – Isles (Album Reviews)
Mogwai – Les Revenants OST (Album Reviews)