Later he met with an amateur studio from Thanet working under the name Amagama, where he was able to experiment with recording techniques and styles until he was more satisfied with the sounds he could produce. Zebadiah then recorded and released an 18 track LP entitled ‘Crown Me, I’m Godlike.’ This was limited in production and mainly distributed by hand around his local area. Soon after the release of ‘Crown Me, I’m Godlike’ the internal structure of Amagama Studios began to collapse. Due to vast disagreements between the manager of Amagama and the staff working hard behind the Zebadiah project, it was eventually decided that the two parties should part ways to create better working environments for everybody.
Within a month or so, Zebadiah and the dedicated staff of Amagama formed the Dead Isle Collective, which allowed progressive work to continue once again. Since then Zebadiah’s career has moved progressively forward. He has performed his material live at various raves across the country including Breakology, Unification, Audiobean and Overdose. He has released 2 Drum n Bass mixtapes, entitled ‘Crown Me, I’m Godlike Vol.1’ and ‘Iller Instinct Dubstep/DnB promo mix.’ Also available is a collection of free downloadable tracks which have been produced at JC Sound System under the watchful eye of Dead Isle Studios.
These tracks have received airplay on radio stations such as Urban FM, Filth FM, and CSRFM. The energy these tunes are drenched in warranted an interview from Dannie Bee, which was broadcast through CSRFM sometime in 2009. Zebadiah also had a small acting role in a local film known by the name of ‘The Death of Aidan Ardly’ where he played a character named ‘Jules.’ As of 2011, due to a feeling of segregated expression in the scene, Zebadiah has taken it upon himself to begin a Grime/Dubstep night where the aim is to allow the most filthy mouthed MC his place on the bill and his right to expression no matter how ghastly the content may be. We look forward to SEPTIC’s debut in February.
Zebadiah is recently finished work on his up and coming EP release, which is to be, expected early 2011. The Athelstan Road EP has been a long time coming and marks the beginning of a new chapter in the story of Zebadiah. We would like now to just thank anybody and everybody who has shown any form of support throughout these struggled first few years. And we hope the material Zebadiah produces only continues to impress and entertain.
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