Daniel Pemberton used to write regularly for magazines and newspapers such as Wired, i-D, Esquire, The Wire, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Face, GQ and The Idler. He doesn't write so much now due to music commitments.
He was also one of the founding writers on Shoreditch Twat and the publisher of short lived but critically acclaimed London magazine Good For Nothing.
He has also co-written a book, 'Devil's Dandruff Guide To Nightlife', based on a column in The Guardian which Mixmag called 'possibly the funniest book on clubbing ever written'.
Here are a few articles that have not aged too horribly.