Feed Me enlists Yosie on high-octane electro tune, ‘Little Space’
Feed Me is closing out the year with one final hurrah. The electro-leaning producer, known under his given name Jon Gooch, jumpstarted 2019 with his High Street Creeps LP, which received an honorable mention nod on CE‘s Top Albums of 2019. The UK-based artist has now enlisted Yosie on a high-octane single, titled “Little Space,” which harkens back to the early days of the 2010 decade when electro dominated the dance music genre.
What better way to close out the decade than a nostalgic call to a time when EDM was just breaking into the mainstream. To be sure, “Little Space” is a classic Feed Me track through and through. With euphoric builds, atmospheric breaks, glitchy synths, emotional lyrics, and electrifying drops, Feed Me takes listeners on a rollercoaster ride of feelings. Most of all, the record is constructed in such a way that allows Yosie’s angelic voice to float atop Feed Me’s electro-tinged signatures. This is a tune that will take listeners back to the days when they first started raving.
The single follows Feed Me’s Spinnin’ Records release of “Nothing Hurts Like You,” which took a page from his sophomore album with it’s more experimental, crossover approach. It was an approach where Feed Me was clearly just freely and openly doing what he wants.
Stream Feed Me and Yosie’s “Little Space,” out now on Nightmode Records.
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