Zomby’s third album, following 2011’s Dedication and 2008’s Where Were U In 92, it’s a double-disc affair that provides a pretty accurate summary of what Zomby’s career has been about so far: jungle, hardcore, hip-hop, creepy arpeggios, languid piano pieces and no boring outros. With Love‘s first disc certainly focuses pretty heavily on the first two – in contrast, disc two is dominated by hard hip-hop beats – but its not without its quieter, more haunting moments. You can stream it on Pitchfork Advance.
For those of you eager for a taste of disc two, there’s a short glimpse of ‘Sunshine in November’ on this video. Back in 2008 FACT interviewed Zomby about Where Were U, rave culture and more – you can read that here.