Andrew Dubber and Zane Lowe. Photo by Sam Coley.
Andrew Dubber worked for 20 years in NZ radio, and engineered and produced a plethora of local jazz and hip hop albums before academic opportunities took him overseas.
These days Andrew is a senior lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham and is regarded as one of the new breed of thinkers on the way in which music and its creation is changing in the 21st Century.
Trevor Reekie and Andrew Dubber ponder the 'shifting ratios' of the current musical landscape.