David Turnbull

Here's everything published by this contributor on musicOMH.

 

David coordinated musicOMH's Unsigned Guide, a fortnightly round-up of unsigned and own label artists. A selection of these make it to our radioOMH podcast. David (or more usually Dave), was born some time ago in a rather quiet, yet spendidly leafy section of commuter land, just north of London. The next 15 years passed more or less uneventfully, until he became the proud owner of an acoustic guitar and a Jimi Hendrix compilation album. In the years following this epiphany, the size of his CD collection has grown disproportionately to his (still) shamefully limited repertoire with the six-string. Hendrix retains a special place in Dave's musical pantheon, yet amongst a varied collection he can mostly be found to be listening to atmospheric, brooding indie including Joy Division, British Sea Power, Elbow, Doves and Interpol. Dave's passions are chiefly music and writing, which he is always pleased to combine for musicomh and Manchester's ‘Student Direct' newspaper. Following his (hopeful) graduation from The University of Manchester in 2008, he intends to make a fast buck in writing or advertising and then live out the rest of his days in Italy, drinking more espresso and sambuca than is reasonable, and playing long games of Texas Hold'em poker.
David Turnbull


Articles by David Turnbull


musicOMH New Music Guide: 8 (Features)
musicOMH New Music Guide: 6 (Features)
musicOMH New Music Guide: 4 (Features)
musicOMH New Music Guide: 2 (Features)
musicOMH New Music Guide: 1 (Features)
musicOMH New Music Guide: 10 (Features)
Keith – Red Thread (Album Reviews)
We Are Scientists @ Academy 2, Manchester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
Death Cab For Cutie – Plans (Album Reviews)
Death Cab For Cutie interview: “To think about kids having their first kiss to a Death Cab song is kind of bizarre” (Music Interviews)
Editors – The Back Room (Album Reviews)
Maxïmo Park @ Rocket, London (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
Brakes – Give Blood (Album Reviews)
Glastonbury Festival 2005, Day 3 @ Worthy Farm, Pilton (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
The Tenderfoot – Save The Year (Album Reviews)
The Futureheads @ Academy, Manchester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
British Sea Power – Open Season (Album Reviews)
Razorlight @ Apollo, Manchester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
The Ga*Ga*s – Tonight The Midway Shines (Album Reviews)
Bloc Party @ Academy 3, Manchester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
Koala – Do Not Be Afraid (Album Reviews)