We have a serious question — why doesn’t Feed Me get more credit? His sound is brazenly different, a feat so rarely accomplished in a scene fueled by imitation. He makes an effort to release high quality EPs, rather than one off remixes of pop garbage, and anyone who has seen his live shows will attest to their unique-ness, yet somehow Feed Me continues to attract only a niche amount of fans. It’s a disservice to one of the most skilled producers in electronic dance music today. His production style may not be for everyone but the scope of his sound speaks volumes to his talent – it goes far beyond heavy bass and groaning wobbles. On this mix, Feed Me features a slew of originals including his heavy hitting remix of AWOLNATION’s “Sail” and a handful of brand new tracks from this prolific producer. If you are looking for your bass fix this Tuesday morning, look no further – Feed Me delivers, just like he always does.
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