From the editor
You may or may not have heard of Zane Lowe, the 44-year-old Kiwi music producer/DJ/radio host who is now pretty much running the show at Apple Music, but Elton John, Lorde, Beck and Frank Ocean are among those who are regularly interviewed by him on his show, streamed around the world. It’s been quite the journey for Lowe — the son Derek Lowe, one of the original Radio Hauraki pirates — from starting out as a member of electronic band Breaks Co-op to finding success in London as the host of the BBC’s Radio 1 show for 12 years. Chris Schulz spent some time shadowing him and his story on Lowe captures the crazy, high-octane world he now moves in.
Also this week, Greg Bruce spends a night at Diner en Blanc, and Ruth Spencer imagines what famous psychologists Freud, Jung and Pavlov would make of today’s trends.