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Examples of "zomby"
In 2013, Zomby released a double album, entitled "With Love". On 9 October 2015, Zomby released 'Let's Jam 1 & 2' on XL Recordings.
The Kills, GZA, Wiley, ANOHNI and Zomby cancelled scheduled appearances.
Zomby's first major release was the "Zomby EP" in 2008 on Hyperdub.
Where Were U In '92? is the first full-length album by Zomby, released in 2008 by Werk Discs.
Released alongside the single were three remixes by Dâm-Funk, Leon Day AKA L.D., and Zomby respectively.
Dedication is the second studio album by British electronic producer Zomby, released on 11 July 2011 through 4AD Records.
His style is likened to Clams Casino, Zomby, Burial, James Blake and The Weeknd. His musical influences include Lapalux, Star Slinger, Disclosure and Shlohmo.
With Love is the third studio album by British record producer Zomby. It was released on 17 June 2013 through 4AD.
In early 2012, UK producer Reark posted a loop to SoundCloud entitled "Natalia's Song" he claimed to have written in 2007 and that Zomby had plagiarised. Reark later posted a YouTube video demonstrating the track laid out in music making software Reason. Reark had already reported copyright infringement in August 2011 to both 4AD and Zomby, and 4AD responded by co-crediting Reark on the single in late 2011.
The single features three new remixes of the song by Dâm-Funk, Leon Day, and Zomby, and is available as a 12" vinyl single and as a digital download.
This release was followed later the same year by "Lilyliver/Out of Touch" and "Memories (Remix)/Sayter" a split single with London producer Zomby, issued on the MG77 label.
Ultra is the fourth studio album by British electronic musician Zomby. It was released via Hyperdub on 2 September 2016. It features contributions from Banshee, Burial, Darkstar, and Rezzett.
In 2013, Together hosted internationally known musical artists such as Flying Lotus from Los Angeles, Four Tet from London, Crystal Castles and Grammy-nominee Duke Dumont, both from Toronto, Oscar-winner Juicy J with A$AP Ferg, Zomby and more.
Zomby is a British electronic musician who began releasing music in 2007. He has released music on several labels, including Hyperdub, Werk Discs, and 4AD. Zomby's influences include jungle music and Wiley's eskibeat sound.
The music of "Over-Nite Sensation" draws from rock, jazz and pop music. "Zomby Woof" has been described as a "heavy metal hybrid of Louis Jordan and Fats Waller".
Blow Your Head: Diplo Presents Dubstep is a compilation album by American dubstep musician Diplo. It was released on November 2, 2010 on Diplo's own label Mad Decent in the United States, and the following year as an import in the United Kingdom. It features multiple artists performing alongside Diplo, including Rusko, Benga, Zomby, Joker & Ginz, and James Blake, on some of the tracks.
As owner of Hyperdub, Goodman has signed artists such as Burial, DJ Rashad, Zomby, and Fatima Al Qadiri. Goodman has a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Warwick and has published a book, "Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear".
On 9 April Darkstar released their mixtape ‘Kirklees Arcadia’. For the Mixtape, Aidan and James collaborate with Gwilym Gold, Zomby and Wild Beasts singer Hayden Thorpe who fills in vocals on a cover of Paul McCartney’s "Temporary Secretary". The mixtape also features a re-edit of the group’s "Aidy’s Girl Is A Computer" and a remix of LFO’s "We Are Back".
The album's title refers to the opening line from the M.I.A 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, ravey stylings of breakbeat house. Zomby used equipment from the period, such as the Akai S2000 sampler and Atari ST computer.
He released his first full-length album, "Where Were U in '92?", also in 2008. The album's title is an homage to the rave scene of the early 1990s, reflected by Zomby's mixture of chiptune-inflected UK garage style with the more upbeat, ravey stylings of breakbeat house. Zomby used equipment from the period, such as the Akai S2000 sampler and Atari ST computer.