Daniel Ross is a writer and music journalist. He was previously the digital managing editor for Classic FM, the world's biggest classical music radio station. As a freelancer, he's written for BBC Music, The Quietus, The Fly, Rolling Stone, and the Evening Standard; he's also worked as a music researcher for BBC Radio 4's Something Understood. He's the author of two nonfiction books for Classic FM and a novel, Bobby Denise Is Reigning Rampant, published by Unbound in 2019. He lives in Bristol, UK, and runs a bookshop with his wife, Emily.