Zlatko Gall (1954, Split) is a music critic, journalist and publicist. He graduated in History of art and Archeology from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. During his studies he was publishing texts about art, comic books and rock in youth magazines, and since 1979 he has been working as a professional journalist in Slobodna Dalmacija. During the 80s he was doing review shows on the radio and writing music critics, art critics and texts about culture, and later also about politics and social themes. He won “Slobodna Dalmacija” award for the journalist of the year in 2013. He still writes music critiques, he is a founder of music program cycles Dalmatia world music and Prst u more and he is the author of CD-projects. In the last years he has been writing about the gastronomy phenomena.
Enciklopedijski CD vodič (2000); Pojmovnik popularne glazbe (2001); Glazbeni leksikon (2004); Rock enciklopedija (2004); Kušaj i slušaj Dalmaciju (2005); Velika svjetska rock enciklopedija (2005)
Kušaj i slušaj Dalmaciju 2 (2006); Južnjačka utjeha (2006); Tajna vještina (2007); Dijeta za bonkuloviće (2009); Kako Iggyju reći Pop a Dylanu Bob (2009); Vodič kroz hrvatske restorane (with Davor Butković, 2010); Što smo jeli u istom loncu (with Željko Šatović Gula, 2011); Fino i jeftino (2011); Brodska kuharica (2011); Jesen, zima (2012); Priča o splitskoj gastronomiji (2013); Barely Legal (2014)
Mother, taste my song (Majko, kušaj moju pjesmu 2015)
“Zlatno pero” award 1991
“Crni mačak” music award 1998
“Porin” music award 2005, 2006