Zane Lowe

Genre: DJs, Clubbing

Country of Origin: New Zealand

Zane Lowe (born Alexander Zane Reid Lowe on 7 August 1973), also known as "Zipper", is a radio DJ, record producer, and television presenter. He was born in Auckland[1] where he formed the hip hop group Urban Disturbance, releasing the album 37 Degrees Latitude in 1994 through Deepgrooves Entertainment, and then forming Breaks Co-Op with Hamish Clark.[2] In Auckland, he was also a presenter on the local music station Max TV, before moving to the United Kingdom.[3] He presents BBC Radio 1's evening show, where he plays a variety of alternative music, including rock, punk, dance, drum and bass, and hip hop.