Daniel Spicer is a writer, broadcaster, improviser and poet based in Brighton, UK. He writes about music for The Wire and Jazzwise magazines. His book on Turkish psychedelic music, Anadolu Psych, will be published by Repeater Books in March 2018, and he is currently working on a book about Peter Brötzmann.
Spicer presents a weekly radio show of improvised music, The Mystery Lesson, on Brighton’s Radio Reverb 97.2FM. He is founder and director of Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival. As an improviser, he has worked with artists as diverse as Adam Bohman, Dylan Nyoukis, Alan Wilkinson and Konstrukt. He has also published two collections of poetry: Osshole Accidents in 2012 and Notes For Colour in 2015. A third collection, From The Bottom Of The Tower, is forthcoming in early 2018.