We first heard Feed Me’s upcoming single, “Little Cat Steps,” when the London-based producer dropped it during his twenty minute mix on Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 show at the end of July. However, a longer version of the track has surfaced via Annie Mac’s own Radio 1 time slot. “Little Cat Steps” features a pounding electronic bassline complimented by a consortium of wobbles, scratches, and progressive synth play that makes this track a formidable follow-up to his Escape from Electric Mountain EP. Check out the rip below and hold tight for August 20th release via mau5trap Records.
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