Jon Gooch (a.k.a. Feed Me and drum & bass artist Spor) has been making some serious waves in the Drum & Bass scene for years, only now is he showing all his fans that genres are bullshit and moving out of D&B and creating whatever the hell he wants, enter Feed Me’s Big Adventure. This wasn’t an album, this was Frankenstein’s monster. Coming to life with every kind of electronic noise you could think of, and in the process killing us with each of its absolutely massive tracks. The album quickly shot to the top of the Beatport charts, and stayed there until it was good and well ready to come down (which was awhile), and with tracks like Grand Theft Ecstasy and Cloudburn, it wasn’t without reason. Big Adventure was a nice way to show people that different worlds of electro could, in fact, exist on the same album.
Now, I only learned of Feed Me’s existence late last year with the release of Big Adventure, but it didn’t take long for his hard style electro to begin burrowing into my subconscious. And if I’m just now introducing him to you, prepare for inception.