Just in time for the start of his January tour and new EP scheduled for a January 14th release, Feed Me has served up some sneak peaks of what he’s been working on since releasing his Escape from Electric Mountain EP in February of this year. “Death by Robots,” “Gravel,” and “Dialup Days” represent the quintessential Feed Me style through and through. Never one to pigeonhole himself to one particular sound, he has done well to adapt to the ever-evolving dance music landscape without sacrificing his own personal brand. On “Death by Robots” guttural wobbles are swapped with squeaky clean electro house chops and heavily vocoded vocals while “Gravel” remains appropriately gritty, with a powerful driving bass line and aggressive top line synth work. “Dialup Days” is Feed Me at his funkiest, with a shuffling UK garage-tinged bass line emblazoned with 8-bit arpeggios. Listen to the 3 previews after the break, and grab some tickets to see Feed Me and his teeth when they come through a city near you.
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