“Zed Zed Tee is the incorrect pronunciation” – Thomas Von Party
Tiga and Zombie Nation present the new ZZT LP, coming out exclusively on Turbo Recordings. After their hit singles like “Lower State of Consciousness”, “The Worm”, and “Zzafrika”, the dynamic duo has completed their debut LP, “Partys Over Earth”. Curious to hear these tracks? You may perhaps catch Erol Alkan slip these tracks in his sets.
1. Where Is the Captain?
2. Rock the Peace
3. Partys Over Los Angeles
4. Nickel Und Dime
6. Zig Zig Zag
8. The Worm
10. Lower State of Consciousness
11. Vulkan Alarm
12. ZZT Has Left the Building
In the most recent issue of MixMag, Erol Alkan had listed a track titled The Worm by ZZT as one of his top tracks of the month. Although in the list, there has been quite a bit of confusion about this mysterious track, as it had never been heard…
2ManyDJs (AKA Soulwax) dropped the track at the Creamfields Music Festival last week. Originally an unknown track in the set list, the web community has identified it as ZZT – The Worm. We have ripped it from the set and posted it below for your listening pleasure. The Worm will probably be released on Turbo Recordings later this year..
In addition, Erol Alkan has just announced today that he will be doing a remix of the track.
The ZZT remix I have made is the one which features on the 2manydjs/Creamfields/radio 1 mix. I should point out that its more of a re-edit and re-mix of the elements more then a full blown REMIX, REWORK or REANIMATION. I love the original and just wanted to make it longer, give it some extra little bits and get my missus and a friend to clap over the top.
Following the success of ‘Lower States Of Conciousness’, ZZT (aka Tiga and Zombie Nation) release ‘The Worm’, currently topping Erol’s dancefloor chart.
Erol provides the re/edit/mix/work (delete were applicable), taking much of the original, extending the groove and attuning it into more of a bass mangling monster then before.
Soon to be released on Tiga’s Turbo Records.
A clip of the Erol Alkan rework has been posted on the Turbo Recordings myspace page. We have an [updated] myspace rip of the track HERE