Sep 09, 2013
Daily Newsbyte 9.9

Welcome back to another week, music fans. Today, we’ve got the first taste of new Feed Me, teasers for new Chromeo and Nicky Romero, and more in the Newsbyte.

Feed Me Lays Down His Rat Trap

To celebrate the pre-ordering phase of his debut LP due out Oct. 14, Feed Me released track five off Calamari Tuesday, a trap-tinged, rodent-themed bass track titled Rat Trap.

The album will be released on Sotto Voce, Feed Me aka Jon Gooch’s new record label. According to a release today, Sotto Voce will host the music of Gooch’s multiple alter-egos Feed Me, Spor, and Seventh Stitch, as well as other artists Gooch admires.

Feed Me Calamari Tuesday

Scope the tracklist and preorder Calamari Tuesday here, and pick up your copy of Rat Trap while you’re at it.

Nicky Romero Previews Collab With SJ & RM

Nicky Romero sunnery james ryan marciano fast eddie underground preview

For his next single, Nicky Romero teamed up with Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Fast Eddie for a vocally driven techno track with minimal elements and maximum energy titled Underground. The stripped-down feeling puts the percussion front and center, and the vocal clip ties it together in an efficient little techno-meets-progressive package.

Pick it up Sept. 30 when it drops on SIZE Records.

I Love Techno Unveils Full Lineup

I Love Tehcno Festival Belgium 2013

Monsta, Dillon Francis, Knife Party, and others will be joined by just-announced names Disclosure (live), Gesaffelstein, Breach, RL Grime, and more for a live performance-filled 2013 edition of I Love Techno in Belgium. According to a release from ILT officials, Gesaffelstein will be debuting his entire new album during a special live performance. Gesaffelstein will also be mixing the official ILT ’13 mix, which comes out Oct. 7.

More info and tickets here.

I Love Tehcno Festival Belgium 2013

New Chromeo Album Pays Tribute To Fair-Skinned Ladies

Chromeo White Women

P-Thugg and David Macklovitch of Chromeo also have a fresh LP on the way, and they’ve dedicated it to their favorite complexion for females.

The Canadian electropop duo announced today that their follow-up to Business Casual is heading for digital shelves, and it’s been named White Women.

The announcement comes with a video teaser featuring the smooth, disco-inspired song Over Your Shoulder, taken from the album. Watch it below, and check back for a release date on this batch of ballads for white chicks.