It’s the dawn of a new era for Zomboy as the dynamic UK producer is proud to unveil his very own record label, Rott N’ Roll Records.
His debut release on his own imprint comes in the form of the “Flatlined” feat. Micah Martin, is out now.
“Flatlined is a super special project for me, not only is this my first release of the year, but it’s the first release to come out on my brand new record label “Rott n’ Roll Records.
The project came about really quickly after the super talented Micah Martin approached me backstage at a show and suggested we worked on something. It just so happened that on that day I had started an idea which was going to match his vocal style perfectly.
I hope everyone loves this song nearly as much as I do, but judging by the reactions I’ve been getting from playing it out live….. I don’t think that will be a problem!” – Zomboy
For years, Zomboy has proven his mettle as a performer and producer for his genre-bending, highly original style. The former Never Say Die Records star built his career with a reputation for being unrelenting and uncompromising in his artistic vision and stylistic integrity. “Flatlined” feat. Micah Martin sees Zomboy continue that trend, even elevating it to another level and displaying yet another creative gear to his expansive repertoire. Mixing elements from dubstep and emo rock, Zomboy manages to defy all expectations once again. With the launching of his new imprint, he’s unrestricted by expectations of others, able to focus on what matters: making the music that he feels best represents his truest self.
With almost 170 million combined streams on Spotify and over 1 billion combined streams on YouTube, Joshua Mellody, better known as Zomboy, has positioned himself as a leader in bass music through his timeless productions and versatility in an age where electronic music continues to evolve.
The international heavyweight first made his mark with his debut album ‘The Outbreak,’ which hit #1 on the iTunes Electronic Chart in 10 countries including USA, Canada, Italy and Germany and #9 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. He quickly built a devoted and enduring fan base through hits like his 2016 remix of The Chainsmokers ft. Daya – “Don’t Let Me Down,” which has achieved over 23 million combined streams to date, and 2018’s bass anthem “Like A B*tch” off his ‘Neon Grave’ EP, which has accumulated over 28 million streams to date.
2017 and 2018 saw continued success with the launch of his Rott N’ Roll North America Tour, same titled EP, a sold out headline show at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, and the launch of Rott N’ Roll Radio on SiriusXM, all while headlining festivals around the world. 2019 is poised to be Zomboy’s most ambitious year to date with the second installment of his Rott N’ Roll Tour, targeting larger venues across 30 cities with even bolder production.