Get lost in Feed Me’s new 10-track LP, ‘High Street Creeps’

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Jon Gooch, aka Feed Me, has been an innovator in the electro scene for years, from his mau5trap-aligned classics like “One Click Headshot” to his work with Noisia and Kill The Noise. Now back with his first full-length project since 2016, the British producer has just unveiled High Street Creeps, his second studio album and yet another mau5trap release.

Spanning 10 tracks, the album was preceded by singles “Sleepless” and “Feel Love,” which showcased Feed Me’s darker and more melodic sides, respectively. The producer finds a way to stay true to his beloved electro stylings while venturing out into some techno sounds on “Shimmer” and breakbeat rhythms on “Perfect Blue.” However, Feed Me returns the spotlight to his EDM-flavored electro for most of the album, with inspiring and complex synth work underscoring the boisterous production that Gooch is known to provide.

Feed Me releases second track from his forthcoming ‘High Street Creeps’ LP

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Feed Me has released the second single from his upcoming High Street Creeps LP, “Sleepless,” a hard-hitting progressive runner that contrasts his previous, comforting “Feel Love” track. The song begins with a haunting arp that dives into a punching kick pattern and dissident vocals. Robotic vocals quickly strike while being supported by an arp bubbling with anticipation. The drop comes hard and fast, oozing with hard energy and monstrous bass. The stark difference between the first and second single off the album is a telltale sign to expect a versatile project from the talented, veteran producer.

This is a special project for Jon Gooch because it’s been six years since his last long-play effort, Calamari Tuesday. In 2019, Feed Me will be releasing a new album with live dates featuring his infamous TEETH stage. In 2017, he released his Feed Me’s Existensial Crisis EP off mau5trap which culminated with a wild collaboration with Kill The Noise and Anjulie, “Crazy Maybe.”

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Feed Me unveils dazzling first glimpse of his forthcoming LP, ‘Feel Love’

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Jon Gooch’s legendary Feed Me alias has returned with “Feel Love,” a gorgeous progressive single off his upcoming High Street Creeps LP.

After an epic return to mau5trap with 2017’s Existensial Crisis EP, Gooch took his time crafting his first full-length effort since 2013’s Calamari Tuesday. After over of forced fasting interrupted only by a couple features and remixes, 2019 figures to be the year of Feed Me with a new album and live dates featuring his infamous TEETH live stage on the way.

For now, fans whet their appetites with the album’s first delicious morsel. “Feel Love” is an instant classic, pairing evocative and soaring vocals from Rosie Doonan with Feed Me’s crisp and crackling instrumentation. The producer’s take hearkens back to his earlier progressive-tinged tracks like “Relocation,” with a dash of wistful indie pop melancholy mastered in past hits like “Love Is All I Got.” It’s a brilliant first volley from Gooch’s return, and fans shouldn’t bother reading too much into “Feel Love” as a clue of his LP’s sonic character–with Feed Me on deck, it’s a good bet to expect the unexpected.