Keeping up with the theme of hard-hitting electronic and music that makes you want to set the dancefloor on fire, let us introduce you to FEED ME (if you don’t already know). FEED ME is the bass-heavy, super hyped up electronica project of London’s Jon Gooch, which he created in 2008.
Over the last couple years he has sold out Spor shows, headlined festivals, and now he has been busy at work created brand new FEED ME music for all of us to rage dance to. Like we’ve been mentioning before in our previous Late Night show introductions, his shows get sweaty. For those nights you need to completely let loose and mosh rave.
With the release of his newest EP, Feed Me’s Existential Crisis in 2017, it sounds like he’s only getting better. It’s a super solid mix of house melodies with the perfect amount of heartstopping bass. You’ll also understand while listening to it just how diverse electronic music can be, floating seamlessly through electro, dubstep, and more.
After listening to a mix of his tracks it shouldn’t have surprised me, but I got a feel for just how in-demand his music is. Take a look at the plays he’s got on Soundcloud and Spotify and understand for yourself the draw this guy has. One of the tracks has almost 50 MILLION streams on Spotify!
If you’re a fan of electronic music, you should give this guy a listen and explore his entire catalog, you’ll be happy you did. In the meantime, here’s his latest single with Kill The Noise from November 2017 to enjoy.