Luke Bainbridge is an author, filmmaker and festival curator. He was one of the founding editors of the award-winning Observer Music Monthly, the UK’s biggest ever music magazine, and ghostwriter of Shaun Ryder’s autobiography, The Sunday Times bestseller Twisting My Melon. He has been a music journalist since his late teens, becoming editor of Manchester’s City Life (the first magazine to cover Oasis) in his early 20s. Over the last 20 years, Luke has interviewed almost every top musician and popstar, from Jay-Z to Paul McCartney, Pharrell Williams to Oasis. He currently writes for publications including The Observer, The Guardian and GQ, and is working a new book called Red Planet, to be published late 2015. He is also Head of Arts and Culture for Festival No.6, voted Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards.