DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

Zomby as reviewed by DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

September 4, 2018
Liquid Dancehall / Strange Fruit and Where Were U In '92? everyday but the rest? Hmmmmmmm it just doesn't grab me...
Valtier

Zomby Valtier

November 28, 2017
What happened to With Love normal LP version? seems to have disappeared...
BanditZero

Zomby BanditZero

November 2, 2016
The dude seems like a right douche.

His music on the other hand is not too shabby!
timibbitson

Zomby as reviewed by timibbitson

May 11, 2013
BORING , to have all this equipment and output this is a joke . I thoght i was playing the lp at the wrong speed ! i wasn't , this is dull .
anemiac

Zomby anemiac

September 1, 2016
What is the thing people always say about Jackson Pollack? 🤔
nikolasmetcalfe

Zomby nikolasmetcalfe

March 9, 2015
Thanks for your hope man, it means the world. Only time will tell.
timibbitson

Zomby timibbitson

March 3, 2015
Wow , i hope that attitude doesn't destroy you. Live long and prosper . . .
nikolasmetcalfe

Zomby nikolasmetcalfe

March 2, 2015
Please don't procreate.
mijajo

Zomby mijajo

November 17, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
I guess that you are talking about the second part of With Love, right? Check Digital Fauna, Strange Fruit... for non-boring stuff from Zomby. Anyway, how do you know which equipment does he have?
Lewis_Clarke

Zomby as reviewed by Lewis_Clarke

January 5, 2009
Zomby...

It annoys me when i have to keep listening to 30 second clips of artists like this on various vinyl websites because most of his songs are so hard to come by you would have to personally know them or have some kind of connection to hear all his songs...

anyway,
I personally like Zomby's twisted 8-bit sounding ghetto tunes with their big snares, rigid claps, bloops, bleeps and all sorts of other lofi noises he can produce.

Some of his tunes are heavily influenced by what i can only describe as noise... sounding like they are just sounds that an 80's spaceship would make orbiting earth with really weird random arpeggio-ed Gameboy sweeps and bit crunched claps that have no reverb on them at all leaving the tracks very sparse and empty but at the same time makes you want to hear them again and again, over and over.

Zomby's biggest songs for me are his Hyperdub releases, "Mu5h", "1up" and "gloop" are, for me, his biggest songs to date bringing some big style gangster beats with the most minimal sounds i have ever heard, which leaves me listening again and again to try and figure out how he makes the song sound so full and Big.

Keep up the big releases Zomby!

Lewis.