Feed Me’s back for more adventure, this time bringing you his Escape From Electric Mountain EP, a six-track electro, moombahstep cross-genre release that follows the paths of both this legendary producer as well as today’s emerging genres themselves.
While we get glimpses of classic Feed Me through tunes like Trapdoor and Whiskers, a stupidly massive collaboration between Feed Me and up-and-comer Gemini, it seems like Escape From Electric Mountain is a foray into new things, some working better than others. My favorite new sound on this release is found on Relocation, a tune that plays up Feed Me’s melodic prowess so well that it could shed new light on the prog house genre altogether. If you’ve been digging the latest string of Skrillex and Knife Party releases, you’re also likely to twang over Feed Me’s new mid-tempo track, One Click Headshot, a tune that toys with playful melodies while proving to be a slaughterhouse from start to finish.
Whether you’re a fan of the new sounds that Feed Me is emerging with or not, you can’t deny that the guy’s production values are second to none. If you’re one of those old school diehards that just wants more of “that sick Calyx sh*t,” fear not, as the man himself recently Facebooked that we’ll be seeing a Spor album later this year.