Melissa Bradshaw

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Melissa Bradshaw
Born Norwich, Norfolk
Occupation Writer , Journalist, Magazine Editor

www.decksandthecity.thepop.com

Melissa Bradshaw is a writer and journalist based in London.[1] Bradshaw is known primarily for her work in music.[2]

Education[edit]

During her studies in English at Oxford, Bradshaw was a regular contributor to the university's long-standing newspaper, Cherwell. Later, she went on to become editor of the Isis Magazine.

She is a researcher at Birkbeck College, London.

Current[edit]

Bradshaw has contributed notable articles and reviews for Plan B Magazine. She has interviewed many of London's key influential musicians in Dubstep, such as Skream, Digital Mystikz, Loefah and Kode 9,[1][3] and other musicians including Grace Jones, Roots Manuva, and The Gossip. She has also contributed to Woofah and Wah Magazines; and is an avid supporter of other grassroots journalistic organizations in London.

Between 2008-9 she was music editor of German magazine Qvest and Qvest Edition.[4]

In 2010 she interviewed Sade for Pop, where she is currently a contributor and blogger.

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