British producer/DJ Jon Gooch, better known as Feed Me, has released a four-track EP entitled Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey, coupling it with an upcoming fall tour of the same name. ‘Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey Tour’ will make two stops in the PNW and cover more than 20 cities across North America through August and September. The EP follows his massively successful Calamari Tuesday album, released back in October of 2013. Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey is currently available on iTunes via Gooch’s own Sotto Voce label.
The EP was written during Gooch’s time off from touring, and each track has a specific purpose or meaning to the eclectic British producer (per the SoundCloud description). Patience voices Feed Me’s frustration at having to stop as well as a reflection of the past, while Time for Myself is a re-connection for Gooch with his energy and humor. The initial track to be released from the EP, Alarm Clock, is a stride into new territory for Feed Me, while Without Gravity shows us Feed Me getting comfortable ‘in his skin again. The description of the tracks from the producer himself give depth and understanding that some struggle to attain, and the man formerly known as Spor does an incredible job of translating those feelings and emotions into a sound that represents them well.
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