After a series of cult hits with “Lower State of Consciousness”, “The Worm”, “ZZafrika”, and “Vulkan Alarm!”, ZZT continue their reign of underground club domination with their most overt anthem yet.
“Partys Over Los Angeles” is the sound of the mega-festival bomb gaining sentience and turning on its masters. It is the dancefloor herald of the End Times, brought to life by Tiga and Zombie Nation, two of the most important figures of 21st century dance music. The duo has harnessed the essence of the peak-time monster and unleashed it on the new-jack masses, demanding that they finally answer for their sins, with Tiga taking to the mic to spell out that history will not be written by the losers.
“It must end. And so we will end it,” declare ZZT in troubling unison.
Duke Dumont is a continually evolving talent, whose select discography offers as impressive a quality ratio as you’ll find anywhere. His stellar remix skills have been coveted by everyone from Lily Allen to Bat for Lashes. Dumont’s remix of ZZT is a winding, stripped-down snakecharmer designed to wipe warehouse dancefloors clean.
Meanwhile, Jon Convex – one half of the white-hot Instra:mental – serves up a version that reflects the vanguard of new-school UK-bass influenced techno.
“Partys Over Los Angeles” will be available October 25th,
It is the lead single off ZZT’s debut album, PARTYS OVER EARTH, released November 7th on Turbo Recordings.