The electronic music game is constantly evolving, with new talented producers coming out of the wood work and new genres being invented daily. If any artist wants to survive in this industry, let alone thrive and succeed, then they must evolve with it. We have a prime example for you in Zomboy’s new album, The Outbreak. He has experimented with everything from teeth-grinding dubstep to fist-pumping electro-house. Testing the waters in multiple genres reflects ambition and confidence, but Zomboy’s continued success is a direct reflection of his talent and dedication.
He hits us with some insane drumstep, wonky electro-house, gnarly trap, and some classically filthy Never Say Die dubstep. Now even though these genres are rather general, Zomboy twists each song with his own flavor. Even if you aren’t necessarily a fan of trap or electro-house you will be a fan of this album. These aren’t cookie cutter tracks in generic genres. These are a new form of each, an evolutionary blend of past, present, and future music. Zomboy continues to establish himself as a force to be reckoned with in this survival of the fittest industry.