MeTiffany Daniels

Editor, Digital Marketing, Business Development

Splitting her time between freelance digital marketing and writing, and working in healthcare as a Business Partner; native Bristolian Tiffany studied English Literature and Archaeology at the University of Liverpool, where she launched DrunkenWerewolf. She also has two cats and plays a lot of Sims. Consuming new music faster than water and speaking cat language are among her additional skills, as well as having an unhealthy obsession with castles. Tweets from @tiff_dw and other stuff on her website.


_20_00131 (2)Hannah Wakeman

Live Review Sub Editor

Having been an English and Journalism graduate for over a year now, Hannah finds herself attempting adulthood working in digital marketing. As well as being an all-round writing enthusiast, she’s a bit of a music tart, listening to psychedelic pop right through to trip hop. Although approaching the life stage where it’s fun to stay in, she still enjoys going to every gig and festival she can fit into her hip and happening lifestyle. Tweets from @wakeman_hannah..


Mansoor Iqbal

Album Reviews Sub Editor

Pissed most of the time, hairy all of it, Mansoor is a real-life DrunkenWerewolf. He is also a musical magpie, prone to getting lost in wormholes from which he only emerges days later, covered in a rich melange of his own bodily fluids. When not writing for Drunken Werewolf, Mansoor makes a living from making other words about other things. He can sometimes be found doing a music with his bass guitar (she is called Pippa) in a band he is in. He considers himself to be an elite-level sandwich maker.


Ned Mortimer

New Music Sub Editor

Half French, half Russian, born in Sussex and now living in London, Ned has always been a little confused. After four years studying law, he all but turned his back on the profession to work for a cool popcorn brand, then decided to immerse himself fully in the world of music. When he's not writing music or writing about it, he's doing cryptic crosswords and trying to persuade everyone he meets that cricket is the best sport in the world...