Discovering Zomboy’s By no means Say Die EPs a complete decade in the past was one of many main catalysts in getting me into dubstep. Each Recreation Time and The Useless Symphonic had been sensible works with tons and tons of replay worth and just about made Zomboy a family title within the style. In fact, By no means Say Die is now closed — however Zomboy is launching his personal label: Rott N’ Roll Data.
Useless Man Strolling Pt. 1 is out at present from Zomboy, inaugurating the label with its first EP, and it feels quite a bit like a return to the magic of these first EPs. “‘Useless Man Strolling Pt.1’ has so many ranges of which means to me. Whereas it might be quick, I really feel the eye to element is a few of my finest thus far,” he stated of the discharge.
And if the format of the EP feels acquainted, there’s a cause for that, too.
“Nothing helps me write music greater than creating a giant theoretical idea to work in direction of,” Zomboy says. “In my head there’s a deep underlying fact on this report, however for the sake of rationalization… ‘Useless Man Strolling Pt.1’ is the story of a person returning to a civilization he had as soon as deserted after serving to them defeat a typical enemy (Rott N’ Roll Pt. 1 & 2).
“If that goes over your head I don’t blame you, the tales are for me, the music is for you.”
Take heed to Useless Man Strolling Pt. 1 under, together with new collaborations with Micah Martin and MUST DIE!
Photograph by way of Jake West Photograph