David Stubbs

David Stubbs is a journalist and author who started working life at Melody Maker in 1986. Since then he has written for NME, Uncut, The Wire, The Guardian, The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mash, When Saturday Comes and The Quietus among others. He is also the author of Fear Of Music: Why People Get Rothko But Don’t Get Stockhausen (Zero), The Prince Charles Letters (Aurum) and Future Days: Krautrock And The Building Of Modern Germany (Faber & Faber), as well as books on Jimi Hendrix, Eminem and the footballer Charlie Nicholas. He lives in East London.

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1996 and the End of History

1996 and the End of History examines the year as it panned out in the UK not just in politics but...

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