One thing that today's biggest artists have in common: They all speak with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about their lives and the stories behind their songs. Hear why he is the interviewer the biggest stars open up to in these candid, in-depth conversations, now available in full on Apple Podcasts.
James Blake joins Zane to talk about mental health and the process of creating his new album, ‘Friends That Break Hearts’.
Zane joins Metallica for a conversation around their history, as they celebrate the 30th anniversary of their self-titled album, and 40 years as a band.
Brandi Carlile joins Zane for an in-person interview to talk about the making of her album, 'In These Silent Days'.
Mister Cartoon talks about music and his journey as an artist tapping into a legacy of Chicano art, Mexican art, Latin American art (mashing up styles and themes from Mexican muralism, west-coast graffiti, lowrider and tattoo cultures, hand-drawn calligraphy and gothic lettering), and his start as a graffiti artist to becoming one of the most celebrated tattoo artists of our time.
Jakob Dylan talks with Zane about The Wallflowers' recent album, 'Exit Wounds', addressing the creative process, holding the album back for a year, and the joys of writing.
Lil Nas X
Zane and Lil Nas X discuss his new album 'MONTERO', including working with Miley Cyrus, Elton John and Doja Cat, and reflect on the journey to his debut album.
One of the greatest to ever do it...
Zane is a fantastic interviewer and conversationalist. His knowledge and depth of understanding of the creative process and music of each artist is great.
Total respect for Zane
I absolutely love Zanes energy , he asks the most respectful yet deep questions & they are always coming from a place of genuine interest .... & i feel like I’m listening to someone in a growth or therapy session!!
A fan’s interview, Brilliant podcasts on great artists
I have listened to a number of Zane’s interviews, he really listens to the artist, gets a really open interview on their music, now a must listen for me and love the diversity of his taste