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On his fifth album, London's elusive Zomby scatters his signature palette of crystalline synths, haunting minor keys, and 8-bit crunch across backbeats that range from Chicago house to acid techno to hip-hop. Let's Jam!! commences with a surf-themed set of rolling bass waves and beach-ball-round kick drums ("Surf I," "Surf II," "Acid Surf") before swerving into 140 BPM territory, where purple melodies frolic over trap drums. "Peroxide" is particularly fine, a gangsta-rave epic of wistful video-game synths, chipmunked vocals, and early '90s nostalgia.


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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