This article has been imported from chorus.fm for discussion. All of the forum rules still apply. Zane Lowe talked with Rolling Stone about Apple Music’s new record label pages: “We want to highlight labels that are really hyper-focused on building great quality. The labels we’re partnering with here are the ones where I want to search for their logo on the back of the record and would buy music unheard because I trust that,” Lowe says. “That to me is really the culture that we’re trying to represent from a label point of view here. In a way, this is an opportunity for us to reestablish the concept of a label as something more than just a bank. To look at the label system again as more than just a distribution model or an investment model, but actually as a place where music, art and culture is fostered in a really deliberate and very thoughtful way.” Where’s my Drive-Thru Records page, Zane? more Not all embedded content is displayed here. You can view the original to see embedded videos, tweets, etc.