Marcello Carlin  

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Marcello Carlin (b. 25 January 1964, Glasgow) is the author of the music blogs The Church Of Me (2001-3 and 2005-7), The Clothed Maja (2003-4), Koons Really Does Think He's Michelangelo (2004), The Blue In The Air (2007- ), and Then Play Long (2008- ). He is also a regular contributor to the discussion boards I Love Music and Freaky Trigger and his writing has been published in various magazines including The Wire, Time Out, Uncut and Stylus. His first book, The Blue In The Air, is due to be published by [0-Books] in September 2010.

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