The Monday Media Diet #3: Jon Savage on Solitaire, singles and why dead magazines should probably stay dead

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Jon Savage began his career as a music writer with his own fanzine, London’s Outrage, in 1976, before joining Sounds. He later worked for The Melody Maker and The Face and continues to write about music for a wide range of titles including Mojo and The Observer.

His books include the classic punk history England’s Dreaming, Teenage: The Prehistory of Yo…

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