Festival season is currently in full swing and with it comes a ton of incredible tracks from all across the music spectrum. We at TSIS are continuing to see a barrage of great remixes, edits and original releases from some of our favorite and we’re absolutely loving it. Today, bassheads everywhere can rejoice as dubstep heavyweight Zomboy has just dropped a new single titled, “Rotten” Ft. Bok Nero.
For this latest offering, (it’s f***in) Zomboy has shared a brand new track to kick off his “Rott n’ Roll” tour, which starts tomorrow (July 1) and features special guests Eptic, Cesqeaux, Grandtheft, Valentino Kahn and more. Starting off with a bang, Philadelphia-based rapper Bok Nero provides some clever fast-paced verses over a dark horn melody and some skittering percussion. The track quickly builds into a powerful drop filled with shrill electronic stabs and heavy-pulsing bass before progressing into a drum line-inspired break section. If you listen closely around the 2:48 mark, you can even briefly hear a short section from Zomboy’s single “Like A Bitch” which fits almost too perfectly in with the rest of the song.
Zomboy’s sound has evolved into a class of its own over the years making his songs instantly recognisable and “Rotten” is no exception. Check out the heavy-hitting track below and enjoy!
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