Orbiting the British dubstep scene, Zomby’s music skirts any obvious genre allegiance in favor of a highly unique synthesis of various strains of modern dance music. Melding stark, off-kilter rhythms, heavy bass pressure and endless, queasy synth arpegiations, Zomby infuses dubstep’s dread with old-school hardcore rave, warped R&B, drum and bass and, perhaps most importantly, a twisted sense of humor. The results are highly infectious. Funky yet supremely twisted, Zomby’s work boasts all the hallmarks of a truly weird, visionary producer.
Zomby is British and that’s about all we know for sure. Similar to Burial, this producer has taken steps to ensure that his identity is not the focal point. We don’t know his name and he... Read More