#ThanksZane: An ode to Zane Lowe

Zane Lowe Radio 1

It’s 7pm on Thursday the 5th of March 2015, and in two hours Zane Lowe will be gone from BBC Radio 1 forever. For the past 24 hours #ThanksZane has continuously trended on Twitter, with listeners weighing in, DJ’s in a competition with each other over who owes the most to Lowe and bands crediting him for their successes not only in the More...

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