Listen to Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey EP

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Feed Me who continues to be one of the most exciting names in the EDM world has let loose his anticipated brand new release, Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey EP. The 4 track EP featuring the previewed "Alarm Clock", "Time For Myself" "Patience" and final track "Without Gravity". The release spans from the high energy, hard hitting bangers fused with the perfect amount of melody and unreal textures. The final track we haven't heard until today "Without Gravity" packs a cinematic intro quickly featuring some eerie almost organ influence synths setting the tone for the rather epic song. The 4 track release is now available to purchase released through Feed Me's own Sotto Voce record label. Thoughts on where his sound continues to go? Enjoy!

Feed Me – Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey EP | iTunes

[TSIS PREMIERE] Feed Me – “Patience” From Upcoming EP

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Feed Me, the man behind the infamous Teeth live performance rig is meticulous when it comes to engineering his sound design to ensure captivating fans far beyond the first listen. As Feed Me readies himself for a nationwide Psychedelic Journey tour kicking off this August, he drops his newest original "Patience" from an upcoming EP release on his very own Sotto Voce label. The track follows in the same vein as previous releases "Time For Myself" and "Alarm Clock" with Feed Me conjuring an electro-infused foundation that beats like a pulse before rushes of warping bass patterns and glitchy synth twists take this into a whole new direction. It's more than just a new single, but a journey within the ever evolving electro spectrum that Feed Me knows all to well. This exclusive premiere is available for stream only for now, but be sure to pick up the full EP available this Friday July 11th! Enjoy

Feed Me – Patience | Stream Only | Tour Tickets

Catch Feed Me on his Teeth Tour with dates after the jump.

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Spring Awakening Music Festival 2014 Incredible Exclusive Live + Meet & Greet Photos

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The atmosphere in Chicago this past weekend made for a memorable three days as the entire team and our one of a kind interactive tent assembled on the grounds of Soldier Field for the 3rd annual Spring Awakening Music Festival. We provided festival goers the opportunity to attend our biggest Meet and Greet yet as the likes of Feed Me, DJ Snake, 3LAU, A-Trak, Tommy Trash, Paper Diamond, DVBBS, Big Gigantic, and Borgore took time to stop by our tent to take pictures and sign autographs with fans. The experience itself was very humbling as we were able to interact with our readers on a personal level while extending the experieince to them of meeting some of their favorite artistis / DJs. We have uploaded all the photos from the meet & greets to our Facebook Page with links to them all below and you can tag yourself and friends in the post. Big thanks to React, all the tour managers for making the experience possible and Da Black Swan Photography for capturing all the moments and we look forward to being apart of the festival for years to come. 

We have also included an album of some of our favorite shots captured of the weekend from some of the most high energy sets we've seen in quite some time. These aren't all the live shots, you can find all of them still getting rolled out through the TSIS Instagram here

DJ Snake Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


3LAU Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Paper Diamond Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Tommy Trash Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Feed Me Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


A-Trak Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


DVBBS Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Big Gigantic Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Borgore Meet & Greet Photos (Click Here)


Live Shots From Spring Awakening Music Festival (Click Here)


Artist Meet & Greets at Spring Awakening Music Festival 2014 Announced (Times)

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Electric Forest Thissongissick Booth 2013

We are excited to have partnered up with Spring Awakening Music Festival taking place in Chicago for the third year. Last year we launched our new interactive TSIS booth within the grounds of Soldier Field where you can actually meet and take a picture with some of your favorite artists. It had such a great response, we had to bring it back!

This year we have one of our best cast of artists participating yet, with 10 different producers / DJs involved. You can see all the times below.

All you have to do is show up before the time announced for that particular artist and you can meet them. We also have a professional photographer there ready to capture the memories and will be posting the pictures in a dedicated page full of albums and on our Facebook Page after the festival. Make sure you show up early as some of the bigger artists tend to have long lines and they can only be there for a limited amount of time!

Here are the meet & greet times and the artists that are involved this year below.



The Thissongissick booth (where the meet and greets will be hosted) is located next to the Equinox stage. Festival map after the jump


SKIP THE LINE CONTEST: We are picking 2 lucky winners for every artist meet & greet to have the ability to skip the line and not have to wait and ensure they get a personal meet & greet with the artist!

All you have to do to enter the contest is enter your e-mail through the widget below and comment with what artist you want to meet! Winners will be picked Thursday afternoon so look out!

Feed Me Releases Huge Must Hear Electro Single “Alarm Clock”

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Damn this new release from legendary UK producer Feed Me is good! While preparing to unveil the newly designed Teeth production rig on a nationwide tour kicking off this August, Jon Gooch follows up the news of a new EP with a second single packing his signature style that we've come to greatly adore. "Alarm Clock" is a flashback of sorts to Feed Me's earlier production days as a thumping electro driven beat is tweaked and manipulated with glitch aesthetics into a melodic serenade equipped with piano synths and a lush set of vocals performed by the artist himself. If the buzz from the EPs debut single "Time For Myself" didn't peak your interest before, then this new release will surely grab your attention below! Enjoy

Feed Me – Alarm Clock | Stream Only

Feed Me Releases New Electro Single “Time For Myself” Ahead Of North America Tour

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It feels like only yesterday that UK producer Feed Me delivered his exceptional debut artist album Calamari Tuesday, which caused a frenzy throughout the electronic music community. Having taken time off to work on amplifying his live sets with a newly designed TEETH stage production, Feed Me is ready to hit the road this summer with a North American bus tour and plans to release a new 4 track EP on his label, Sotto Voce. The first single from the EP is an electro driven beast appropriately titled "Time To Myself"; a screeching synth pattern twists and turns around energetic bass blasts in a manner only Feed Me could execute. Stream the release below and sign up for pre-sale tickets for the Psychedelic Journey tour now! Enjoy

Feed Me – Time For Myself | Pre-Sale Tickets


Feed Me Psychedelic Journey Tour Dates & Venues After The Jump

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[STREAM] Feed Me – Mixmag Mix : 45 Minutes Of Unreleased Music

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The dust hasn’t even settled from the release of Feed Me’s successful debut album Calamari Tuesday (read more about the album here), yet the UK producer is back in our ears today in a huge way. Feed Me was honored with the task of putting together an exclusive mix by the good folks at Mixmag and he delivered one of freshest collections of music we’ve heard in quite sometime. Not only did Feed Me include tunes off Calamari Tuesday such as ‘Ebb & Flow’ feat. Tasha Baxter and ‘Last Requests’ feat. Jenna G, but also throw in a slew of unreleased gems he’s created along with fresh new Tjani track. Enjoy this 45 minute masterpiece and if you haven’t read our exclusive interview with Feed Me last week about his upcoming projects, be sure to check it out here!

 Feed Me – Mixmag Mix | Stream


Hello My Name Is (Spoken)
Feed Me – Time For Myself
Feed Me – Grand Theft Ecstasy (Remix)
Feed Me – Thumb Got Stuck
Feed Me – Talk To Me
Feed Me – Without Gravity
Feed Me – Rat Trapped (Parts I-III)
Tjani – Vptown
Feed Me – Ebb & Flow feat. Tasha Baxter
Feed Me – Final Stage
Interlude (Piano)
Feed Me – Last Requests feat. Jenna G
Feed Me – Shine On (Pink Floyd)
Feed Me – Little Cat Steps (Outro)
Fin (Piano)

Source: Mixmag

Feed Me Talks Collaborations with Skrillex, Kill The Noise, Noisia, Short Film in Progress, State of Beatport Top 100 and more in Exclusive TSIS Interview

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Skrillex and Fee dME Live Beatport

Just a few days after releasing his well received debut album Calamari Tuesday, UK producer Feed Me sat down with us via Twitter to have a back in forth conversation about the industry, upcoming collaborations, his short film and much more.

He discussed in progress collaborations with Skrillex, Kill the Noise, Noisia, Zeros and Yadi. Leaving in with a wave of anxiety as we read the following tweet:

We then asked about his Feed Me monster and got filled in that his robotic re-creation is still happening and might be involved in a short film that’s in the ‘early stages at the moment’.

Feed Me recently looked into the state of electronic music via the Beatport Top 100 charts, we asked him his thoughts on what he found.


Feed Me – ‘Calamari Tuesday’ Album Review and Exclusive Twitter Interview Details

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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!

Feed Me – Calamari Tuesday LP Stream | Purchase on itunes | Click Here To Stream Full Album

Feed Me – Lonely Mountain

Feed Me – Rat Trap

[Must Listen] Feed Me Takes Us On An Intergalactic Ride Before Debut Album Drops Monday With New Single “Lonely Mountain”

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As Feed Me approaches the finals day before releasing his much anticipated debut album “Calamari Tuesday” he delivers one last single to tie us over the weekend. “Lonely Mountain” features a wonderful array of genre’s all packed into one track. It starts with a big-room build, quickly transitions in electro-house before dropping a bit of dubstep into the mix. The overall production is what makes Feed Me one of the best in the game today. Be sure to grab the full album on October 15th and let’s hope for an upcoming tour with Feed Me’s eye-catching “Teeth” visuals soon!

Feed Me – Lonely Mountain


Feed Me – Last Requests (Ft. Jenna G) : Refreshing smooth Electro ballad off new album

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As we approach the release of the debut Feed Me studio album Calamari Tuesday, we get to preview another new cut ‘Last Request’ featuring singer Jenna G. We get a chilled out ballad, a big change of pace from most everything else he has released to date. Words from Jon Gooch aka Feed Me himself, “If this album is the story of my life with Feed Me over the last couple of years, then this track represents the emotional strain the lifestyle has put on those around me and myself, and also represents its open ended conclusion.” This compared to the previously surfaced ‘Rat Trap’ from on the album really shows the dynamic range this release will contain. You can listen below and pre-order the album through iTunes now.

Feed Me – Last Requests (Ft. Jenna G)

Feed Me announces new album “Calamari Tuesday” and releases incredible new song “Rat Trap”

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One of the most impressive electronic producers worldwide Feed Me after announcing that he is taking a break from DJ sets live, has announced his newest project, a full length album titled Calamari Tuesday. We can now pre-order this anticipated project via iTunes now, and if you do so you get a free download of the song “Rat Trap” on the album. The song is Feed Me’s shot at incorporating trap elements while delivered at the unreal level he is known for.  This album sounds like it will be pushing some boundaries of what we know Feed Me for. This track was first previewed on Feed Me’s BBC Essential Mix. Listen to the song below and Pre-Order Calamari Tuesday  to grab the free download.

Feed Me – Rat Trap | Pre-Order Album

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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 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!

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