After four long months of silence from Feed Me’s London based head quarters, a new single has been released titled “Trouble”. It’s the first track he has released since his collaboration with Kill the Noise titled “I Do Coke” came out with KTN’s newest album back in October of 2015. Before that, the last piece of work we had been blessed with by Feed Me was his most recent EP, “A Giant Warrior Descends on Tokyo” which came out almost exactly one year ago.
Jon Gooch, stage name Feed Me, has been killing the electronic music scene (in a good way) for more than a decade now. He originally began producing electronic music as a drum and bass producer under the stage name Spor, but kind of gave up on that project for a while. That’s when he began focusing on his new persona, Feed Me. Feed Me was a breathe a fresh air, a completely new twist on his unique producing tendencies that so strongly feature a bit of English flair. Gooch’s first big break was with he release of his EP titled “Feed Me’s Big Adventure”. The EP was released on Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Records, and paved the way for what would be the beginning of a long and successful career.
Just two nights ago, Feed Me released his newest single titled “Trouble”. The track is a collaboration with wife and husband electronic band duo Kaneholler. It was released about 10 am UK time, so I first saw it pop up on my Soundcloud newsfeed at 2 am here in California. It was quite a pleasant late night surprise! The track features all the usual dark and frantic Feed Me synths, drums, and sounds, with just a few new and excited elements as well. A slow and seductive intro quickly transforms into a gloomy and twisted drop. The initial drop lightens up for a few measures before revamping into an altered variation of the original drop, featuring some tasteful big room house synths that truly took me by surprise.
The song is an intimate and intense journey throughout, all the way until the end when the track closes out with an Earth shattering boom boom clap sound that leaves the listener head banging in place. Expect a lot more new music coming from Feed Me soon. He recently tweeted that he was cutting way back on live performances so he could focus more on finishing his upcoming EP.