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
The colossal duo of Kill the Noise and Feed Me recently teased the followup to their 2012 collaboration "Thumbs Up (For Rock N’ Roll)". Their latest song “Far Away” might be one of both artists' biggest to date as we first previewed last week.
The track is powered by a captivating chorus sung by a children's choir, setting the tone for both producers to lay down some unbelievably intricate melodies. The song's upbeat energy is highlighted by pulsating drops sprinkled throughout. The track encompasses both collaborators' styles perfectly while still delivering something completely new and unexpected.
There is a full animated music video to help explode the single which is set to premiere on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim this Saturday Oct 25th. Listen below, watch out for the video tonight, and make sure to pick up your copy through Beatport as it is available through both Kill the Noise and Feed Me’s labels Slowroast and Sotto Voce respectively. Enjoy!
Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Far Away | Beatport
Feed Me and Kill the Noise have teamed up for a collaboration in the past, the song "Thumbs Up (For Rock N' Roll)", and have now joined forces once again. The new song "Far Away" is a genre blending dance anthem that is guaranteed to have you moving, propelled by a kids choir singing a chorus that will definitely get stuck in your head. We have just under a minute preview of the song to tease us until the release on October 23rd. Listen below and enjoy!
Feed Me & Kill The Noise - Far Away
The always amazing Feed Me has done it again, surprising us this time with a rendition of Caribou's 'Back Home'. The UK Producer quoted on his Soundcloud saying “I have loved Caribou's music for a long time so I sang and produced this my own way for fun.”
A departure from his usual high energy style, Feed Me takes the original tracks more upbeat and light sound and twists in his own flare making it more dark and eerie. His signature synths are present and when layered over the drum pattern paired with his own vocals really make this quite an amazing cover. This reminds us of his also 2011 cover remix of Two Door Cinema club's "What You Know" and is hopefully a sign of more covers to come from Feed Me. Stream the song only for now and check back for a release or free download. Enjoy
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
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
The atmosphere in Chicago this past weekend made for a memorable three days as the entire Thissongissick.com 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)
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!
Damn this new release from legendary UK producer Feed Me is good! While preparing to unveil the newly designed Teeth
Feed Me – Alarm Clock | Stream Only
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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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've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've 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 TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick