Bass heads rejoice, Zomboy is back with another heater to blow out your eardrums that goes by the name “Hide N’ Seek.” Released on Never Say Die, the track offered up by the English producer is set to end 2018 with a bang. It’s a heavy hitter that is sure to get any dubstep fans' necks breaking.
Zomboy’s thumping kick and heavy snare hold the beat while the classic dubstep-sounding synths screech around rhythmically. The instruments are heavily distorted, cut up by complex fills and bass drops, separating each section. The song transitions from build to drop and to build again. This gives the song a constantly escalating energy.
Zomboy (real name Joshua Mellody) blew open the scene back in 2016 with his chart-topping single “Like A Bitch." The song became the go-to set opener for the likes of Skrillex, DJ Snake, and virtually every dubstep DJ on the circuit that year. He hasn’t slowed down since then. This year alone he released two popular tracks “Rebel Bass” and his most recent “Lone Wolf”.
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