UK native and electronic music pioneer Jon Gooch (otherwise known worldwide as Feed Me) much anticipated album Calamari Tuesday hit stores and iTunes this past Monday. Feed Me’s debut LP comes after months of speculation on the direction of his music after declaring a hiatus from DJing; a craft which he continually raised the bar with his unique style of music along with featuring a one of a kind audio/visual stage known as Teeth.
Having established himself predominantly in electro and dubstep, Feed Me’s direction throughout ‘Calamari Tuesday’ will leave listeners captivated by his ability to encompass a wide variety of genre’s within the same song. Combinations of moombahton, trap, bass, and electro-house are interwoven in an aesthetically pleasing manner. Overall, Calamari Tuesday delivers much more than you’d expect from your run of the mill electronic music album and we hope Feed Me returns to the stage for a nationwide tour showcasing the album soon! Stream Calamari Tuesday in its entirety via Sotto Voice Record Label here.
Exclusive Twitter Interview Details: On Thursday, October 17 TSIS will conduct a live Twitter interview with Feed Me at 12pm PST / 1pm MST / 2 pm CST / 3pm EST / 8pm GMT. We will discuss tracks off the Calamari Tuesday, gain insight into Feed Me’s decision to leave mau5trap records to start Sotto Voice records, and dig into what Feed Me has next in the pipeline! If you’d like to see what Feed Me has to say, we implore you to follow Thissongissick on Twitter as well as Feed Me and to tune in this coming Thursday!
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We have grown a lot since, but the original goal has stayed the same, making it easier for you to discover sick new music you have never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now through Thissongissick, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and other fresh genres to a worldwide following that now reaches millions of music lovers over 110+ countries, every single month. Make yourself at home, enjoy countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears. Enjoy!