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Feed Me’s Big Adventure – New EP from up and coming producer

The next big thing in electronic music? get some more meat ready Seymour…

Feed Me sprung into the public eye with a 12″ signed to Deadmau5‘s label Mau5trap, making him the first external artist to feature on the imprint. With releases ‘The Spell‘ and ‘Raw Chicken‘, the hard-hitting electro combined with his trademark wide grin caught the eyes and ears of DJs around the world. An additional release with Noisia’s label ‘Division’ saw the repertoire – and the hype – grow.

Feed Me has been chopping and injecting huge sound into a whole basket full of pop tracks with his remixes; namely Muse, Timbaland, Nero, Chase & Status and Gorillaz.

Jon Gooch, the creator of drum and bass giant Spor, ventured into the unforgiving genre of house, and the creature, fondly known of as Feed Me was born. “Joining the wundurful weeeerld of housse muzik. Hellews.” were his first words only just over 12 months ago, and now with an album in the works, his frantic productions are making more noise than ever.

The Feed Me EP, ‘Feed Me’s Big Adventure’ out on Mau5trap was released exclusively with Beatport on the 25th December 2010 and it will become available to all other music outlets January 25th 2011. ‘Feed Me’s Big Adventure’ is a creative and challenging tour de force which will do an excellent job in capturing the discerning ears of House, Electro and Dubstep dancefloors worldwide.

Feed Me will join the Mau5 himself on a flurry of 2011 support slots. The sharp-teethed monster is coming of age, and looking to make a big noise in 2011.

You can find his FaceBook page here

**Edit** You can now read a full review of the album on our site Here


Written by: Mike Thomas for www.hitthefloor.co.uk

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