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Album Review

With Love isn't necessarily a more ambitious release than Zomby's first album for 4AD. No death-defying production techniques were publicized, and there was no statement of intent regarding the healing of planetary ills. The masked producer didn't do any of the things typically associated with musical ambition. He didn't even hire a string quartet (or discover a battered melodica). At roughly twice the length of Dedication, it's merely more giving (and its alpha-numeric track titling is helpful for those with empty "track #" fields). Much like Dedication, the line between a happenstance sketch and a studiously crafted composition is blurred to a baffling extent. Tracks arbitrarily fade or abruptly end. Stylistic switch-ups occur without warning. Who knows why some of the less momentous tracks take longer to extinguish than, say, the steely and blazing rattler "Orion" (1:13) or the dystopian drum'n'bass morsel "Overdose" (2:33)? If there's any development, it's that Zomby has become slightly more impressive at referencing past sounds in dance music. Whether dealing out breakbeat punishments like "777," wriggling dubstep like "Ascension," or mystical funk like "Isis," he sounds like no one else, simultaneously street and chic, enticing and elusive. The few moments left beatless — like "Black Rose," so fragile that it sounds like it's on the brink of shattering as it leads into the thumping "Digital Smoke" — are almost as moving as the ones made for the trunks.

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Dark beats to heal you after a night out.

Next Level

Quality and quantity defined.


Pyrex nights w/ last japan is the one!


Born: 1980

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like fellow dubstep producer Burial, Zomby was initially a walking enigma -- no information about his real name was known, nor were there photos of him with his face revealed. But where the former cultivated an anonymous profile common to so many electronic music knob-twiddlers, Zomby was, in a way, dubstep's own version of virtuoso guitarist Buckethead. His first official picture displayed him in ninja clothing, with a cardboard Eye of Providence covering his visage -- an image he joked about procuring...
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