[Trap] Feed Me – Rat Trap

Feed Me
Rat Trap

If you needed a reason (but who really needs those?) to get excited for Feed Me‘s upcoming album, Calamari Tuesday, this would be it. “Rat Trap” was first previewed around this time last year in Feed Me’s Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, but now we finally have our hands on the complete, original release. It’s almost difficult to gauge just how amped up this epic trap anthem gets us around the TMN offices, but let’s just say by the end we were jumping off the walls and ceilings (although that is pretty commonplace for us, given that we are ninjas and all). Honestly though, if you ever needed to make an entrance anywhere, I can’t see why this wouldn’t be your number one choice. From the reverberating bass to the video game style blips this track has just about everything you need. Check it out above and let us know if you were able to resist pressing the play button multiple times after your first listen. Be on the lookout for Calamari Tuesday, when it drops on October 14th.

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[Dubstep] Awolnation – Sail (Feed Me Luxe Edit)

“Sail” gets a filthy makeover from the bass powerhouse we know as Feed Me. There’s a good chance even your mom has heard “Sail” but I bet she hasn’t heard this massive remix. Sprinkling perfect wobbles throughout this already bass heavy track that complements these epic vocals almost too well. Talk about an anthem, and to be honest I’m glad this didn’t come out when everyone else was remixing this track because it’s easy to not appreciate certain tracks solely because you’ve heard it 10,000 times and 1,000 different ways. This is a rip that was dropped on BBC Radio 1 on the Annie Nightingale show, stay tuned for the full version, we will definitely be on it. Cheers.

’Awolnation – Sail (Feed Me Luxe Edit)’

via Neighbors Hate Us

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Feed Me – Escape From Electric Mountain [Album Stream]

Feed Me and his little green goblin avatar have become ubiquitous among dance music fans over the past few years thanks to his multi-genre, razor-sharp production style and keen sense of branding. Much like his mentor and label boss Deadmau5, Feed Me has put his music at the forefront of his image closely followed by a cute yet sinister cartoon identity. As the little green monster shows up on bills and social network profiles in place of the british human behind the music, Feed Me’s image builds from simply another great producer into the iconic status sought after by global brands and celebrities alike. As fascinating as this Daft Punk originated concept of anonymity is, it must be supported by great music if it is to succeed. Thankfully Feed Me also has this key aspect under his belt.

Feed Me’s third release is out now on Mau5trap Recordings and if you don’t have it yet you are missing out! In only 6 tracks he skillfully morphs his signature groaning, squeeling production style into nearly every club-slaying genre out there today while channeling a diverse array of sounds likely inspired by Knife Party, Skrillex and Deadmau5. On “Trapdoor” featuring pop punk singer Hadouken we get some heavy drumstep action, on “Relocation” he channels dreamy progressive sounds, “One Click Headshot” features an annoying Counterstrike sample but overcomes with the slamming moombacore beats that follow, “Embers ft. Lindsay” features a nice vocal electro style and “Trichitillomania” brings it home with slamming electro house flavors. All things considered this is a diverse and well rounded effort that is sure help elevate Feed Me’s status even faster to the upper echelon of producers in the world today.

Download “Escape From Electric Mountain” on Beatport here.

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[Catch-UP Playlist] What we missed late June 2011

June was a difficult month as I was traveling for personal reasons and at times it was hard to really hammer out some posts. With that said, all that is behind me and I dedicate this post to everyone that didn’t quite have the time to catch up on some new music. Not all songs below were released just on June but I have added others that I think we should have discovered sooner. ZIP Coming soon. Enjoy!


SBTRKT – Never Never

’SBTRKT – Never Never’


Bon Iver – I Can’t Make You Love Me


Class Actress – Keep You


VHS Or Beta – I Found A Reason


CSS — Hits Me Like A Rock by hidenoriiiii

Wilco – I Might [website]

’Wilco – I Might’

Gold Panda – “MPB”


Future Islands – Before The Bridge

’Future Islands – Before The Bridge.mp3′

Zola Jesus – Vessel [website]



The Weeknd – “Trust Issues” (Remix)


T.I. – We Don’t Get Down Like Y’all (Feat. B.o.B.)


Chiddy Bang – Mind Your Manners


[Myspace] [Website]

Drake x The Weeknd – Trust Issues (Gizzle Mashup)


Wale – “Bait”



Frankmusik – Do It In The AM ft. Far East Movement (Lucky Date & Eli Smith Remix)


Timetakers – She Blows (Whistle Tune) (Dillon Francis Remix)

’She Blows (Whistle Tune) (Dillon Francis Remix).mp3′

Avicii – Fade Into Darkness (Vocal Mix) (Alex Prigenzi Edit)


Bart B More & Tommie Sunshine – Bodywork by Bart B More

Mastiksoul & Dada – Bang It All feat. Akon & Paul G (Sidney Samson Remix)


Crookers – Dr. Gonzo Anthem



Flight Facilities – Crave You (Adventure Club Dubstep Remix)


Nero – Promises (Skrillex & Nero Remix)


DJ Russ P feat. MK – Monster (DWB Remix)


Datsik – Overdose


Feed Me – Strange Behaviour Feat. Tasha Baxter


Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (Cazzette DubbySteppy Bootleg)


Toxic (16 Bit Dubstep Remix).mp3

’Toxic (16 Bit Dubstep Remix).mp3′

Shout outs to GDD, The Chemical Jump and The Burning Ear for helping me with some of the mp3’s here.

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