Earlier this year bass heavyweights Kill the Noise and Feed Me teamed up for the exciting "Far Away" which not only blended their styles perfectly, but became quite a regularly played anthem. Now some official remixes have begun rolling out and we have the premier of TSIS regular Habstrakt's flip of the song. He tears the song down to it's core and builds it up as a brutal, hard hitting, bass-heavy future house anthem, that is ready to be heard all summer long. Listen to the premiere of the song below and grab a copy of it through Slow Roast Records on July 31st. You can also check out the behind the scenes video on the making of "Far Away" below and pick up a limited 1 of 100 "Far Away" pin on the interactive page here. Enjoy!
Here's some words from Kill the Noise on it:
"Far Away is a song that Feed Me and I put out earlier this year. It is the biggest collaborative project I think I've ever been a part of! ….Carrying on the collaborative spirit of the record we got our very talented friends Habstrakt and MUST DIE! on the remixes! These guys nailed it, so stoked to have them a part of the Far Away world!”
Kill the Noise & Feed Me – Far Away (Habstrakt Remix) | Pre-Order on iTunes
Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Behind the Scenes of 'Far Away'
Feed Me is back with another taste from his upcoming A Giant Warrior Descends On Tokyo EP with a brand new single following up the first brutal single "Wuzzle". With "Split Milk," the UK producer takes a very new approach stepping outside of what we've grown to expect from Feed Me. The song packs an electro vibe with fitting female vocals that transitions into a Feed Me inspired future house drop with melodic stabs and hard bass hits leaving us with a new monster of a track. Stream the song below and grab the EP on Feed Me's Sotto Voce label Feb 2nd. Enjoy
Feed Me – Split Milk
UK producer Feed Me made quite the comeback in 2014. After halting all live shows, he launching his Sotto Voce record label, released his much anticipated Psychedelic Journey EP and followed it up with a national tour. He also released an unexpected cover of Caribou's "Back Home", and his incredible collaboration with Kill Noise "Far Away" that received an extra trippy children's drawing-inspired music video you couldn't forget.
Feed Me recently revealed that he has a brand new EP on the horizon titled A Giant Warrior Descends on Tokyo and today we hear the first single titled "Wuzzle". The song is a powerful electro heater with jungle inspired percussion and Feed Me's signature brutal growls throughout, leaving us with the perfect future festival anthem. Stream the song below and you can pick up the EP on Feb 2nd via Feed Me's Sotto Voce label. Enjoy!
Feed Me – Wuzzle
Just a few days ago Feed Me and Kill the Noise unleashed their much anticipated follow up collaboration "Far Away" and teased that there was a full music video to be accompanying it. They let it be known that it was going to be premiering on Adult Swim which set the tone for expectations, which it has fully lived up to. Watch the producers as they have been animated into this epic journey and the song is available to pick up if you want to grab a copy. Side note, the characters were originally drawn by 6 year old kids. Enjoy!
Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Far Away | iTunes
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