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Likes: Footie, free T-shirts (size L), Paul Simon & Fleetwood Mac, taking games really seriously, cold war spy fiction, walking on the beach with no shoes on, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dazed & Confused (the movie), corned beef, singing country and western classics at karaoke, the theme tune from Indiana Jones, sarcasm, beer gardens
Dislikes: Cheese, tomato ketchup, trainers that come up over the ankle, less than 8 hours sleep, queueing to get into clubs and then finding there's no draught beer, Mondays, sometimes Tuesdays as well, soap operas, Pop Idol and associated celebrity culture that I lack the energy or inclination to keep up to date with, derivative pop music
Mixmag’s Deputy Editor is from Killearn, a small village north of Glasgow. Duncan joined Mixmag after completing a post-graduate degree in Journalism at Strathclyde University and travelling to London for work experience at the magazine. He then hung around until he was offered a job.
After a couple of years of working freelance, gurning his way around the world on Mixmag road trips and getting into embarrassing situations while interviewing DJs, he took over as clubs editor in 2005, and graduated to features editor in 2007, then Deputy Editor in 2011.
His current role at Mixmag involves deciding with the editor which artists and stories to feature in the magazine, commissioning writers and editing their work. He also coordinates the annual Drugs Survey with Dr Adam Winstock and writes features and reviews and a monthly column called ‘The Morning After’.
As Mixmag’s occasional spokesman on drugs, legal highs and the politics of rave he has called mephedrone ‘very moreish’ in front of 1 billion people on BBC News 24, incited civil disobedience in the Observer and once got into a shouting match with a representative of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People on the Today program.