This album was produced using 92 studio techniques using the Akais2000 and Atari ST with Cubase. Matrix, Runout: WERKCD006 01 Sony DADC. Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY33. All in all, the most accurate rendition of the oldschool sound back then. During these years many have recovered the pianos, the samples and the speed, but few did with the darkness and lack of structure. Zomby does that here. A grower, like most of his output. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 3 Helpful.
I don't mean that flippantly or pejoratively, but I just can't think of a more appropriate term. Here we have a producer who sealed his rep as a dubstep powerhouse with 2008's much-buzzed-about breakthrough single "Mu5h/Spliff Dub (Rustie Remix)", and then he goes and decides that the best way to build on that goodwill is with a full-length 'ardkore/jungle throwback album. Zomby's commitment to the era's style extends all the way to the equipment he used to record the album, using the studio techniques of the era and putting it all together on an AKAI S2000 and an old version of Cubase running on an Atari ST. So it's kind of jarring- in a good way
the mood that Euphoria makes is how I want to be all the time. Mentasm May 9th 2018. Sweet bump man. Negator May 9th 2018. thanks, im on a dnb, house splurge right now. bloc February 8th 2019.
Zomby: Dubplates remixes VIP's and white labels mostly. I dug in the bag and hit record basically. Can you tell us something about what jungle means to you? Zomby: It's really the definitive underground sound of Britain in the mid-90s along with hardcore just before it isn't it? I love it to death, once listened to it needs little explanation – it's a direct reflection of that time. What was the most important club to you in your formative years? Why?
Where Were U In '92? is the debut studio album by British electronic producer Zomby, released in 2008 by Werk Discs. The album's title refers to the opening line from the . song "XR2" and is a homage to the rave scene of the early 1990s, reflected by Zomby's mixture of his usual chiptune-inflected UK garage style with the more upbeat, rave stylings of breakbeat house. Zomby used equipment from the period, such as the Akai S2000 sampler and Atari ST computer.
Let's Jam!! 5, 8. Burial & Zomby. Where Were U In '92? 5, 5. Zomby. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.
Zomby - With Love Zomby has a cult following, and it's not just because of his notorious internet persona. At surface level, the appeal is obvious: his beats pair crystal-clear melodies with hard-hitting percussion, and his best tunes don't have more than three or four parts to them. But there's something bewitching about the way he puts sounds together, and that's what captures the hearts of so many. 2011's Dedication saw him at his most funereal, and With Love trudges its hearse down the same route. Though With Love is Zomby's most substantial statement, its building blocks are as brittle as ever. Songs rarely make it beyond the three-minute mark, and many fade out suddenly, as if he got bored while making them. More than ever before he's established a core sound trills, tinny drums, ominous strings-expanding on the bleakness of Dedication but slimming down his toolbox in the process.
Dedication is the second studio album by British electronic producer Zomby, released on 11 July 2011 through 4AD. The album's first single "Natalia's Song" was embroiled in controversy in early 2012.
With Love released: 2013. Where Were U in '92? released: 2012. Dedication released: 2011.
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|1.3||–Structural Damage||Really Living|
|1.4||–2 Bad Mice||2 Bad Mice (Remix)|
|1.5||–Code 071||A London Sumtin|
|1.7||–4Hero*||The Elements (Fire And Water Remix)|
|1.9||–The Criminal Minds||Baptised By Dub|
|1.10||–4Hero*||Students Of The Future (4th Dimension Remix)
Remix – 4 Hero
|1.11||–Studio 2||Dirty Games|
|1.13||–Inta Warriors||Your Love Is Yours|
|1.14||–Dub II*||Badman (Tuffness Mix)|
|1.15||–DJ Trace||Lost Entity|
- DJ Mix – Zomby