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Zane Lowe (born Alexander Zane Reid Lowe on 7 August 1973) also known as 'Zipper', is a radio DJ and television presenter. He was born in New Zealand, before moving to England]. He currently presents BBC Radio 1's evening show, where he plays a variety of alternative music, including rock, punk, drum and bass, and British hip hop. He is also the presenter of the MTV Two show Gonzo, having been a former VJ on MTV since 1997, where he… read more

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  • Avatar for IAmMrDexB
    Fuck the tags!
  • Avatar for sour7
    holy fuck the tags lmfao
  • Avatar for boooyouwhores
    Whoever makes a list about 50 greatest guitar legends, put's Kurt Cobain on #10 and David Gilmour on #37, should die of a slow painful death.
  • Avatar for BrokenxStars
    I couldn't stop laughing at the tags.
  • Avatar for 1337Chris
    lmao the tags for this just had me in stitches! this cunt is poster boy for the indie takeover of charts in the UK, band after band of clones making music to cry in my checked shirts to. plus his DJ sets suck. cunt.
  • Avatar for Ninty
    I'm seeing this guy as I shout this, and he fucking sucks. /vent
  • Avatar for Dempo88
    Looking forward to some mash- ups tonight from the best dj from middle earth
  • Avatar for HolyFcuk
    take me to work on radio
  • Avatar for fujikiri
    I love both this bloke and his taste in music.
  • Avatar for bbc_zanelowe
    Finally! The unveiling of Masterpieces. There will be four fantastic albums that have made an indelible mark on the musical landscape. :: Metallica - 'Metallica' :: The Streets- 'Original Pirate Material' :: The Clash - 'London Calling' :: Daft Punk -'Discovery' From Mon 30 Nov - Thu 3 Dec between 7-9pm you'll be able to hear these albums in full, plus hear about the influence they had on other successful acts. Let us know what you think of this year’s choice. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/zanelowe/masterpieces/2009/

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