During 2012, few producers proved their artistry quite as resoundingly as John Gooch: the London-based virtuoso behind Feed Me's cheshire grin. He became known for dubstep-tinged electro, but never allowed that to limit his style. This year alone, he released the multi-genre adventure "Feed Me's Escape From Electric Mountain," the indie-dance smash "Love is All I Got," a number of acoustic covers and even a drum & bass record under his former alias Spor.
Better still - by all indications - Feed Me is poised to make 2013 his biggest year yet. Already in his pipeline are a full length album and a life-size, animatronic Feed Me. But first, he is set to drop a double B-side EP, "Death By Robot," which includes its title track, a funky electro joint featuring heavily effected vocals from Feed Me himself, the signature glitches and squeels of "Dial Up Days" and the symphonic grander of "Gravel" - all three of which can be previewed below.
The "Death By Robot" EP will be released in January. The same month that Feed Me is pulling his towering "teeth" setup out of storage for a 16-date run across the North America with Mord Fustang: