Relentless Beats

Halloween Town ft. Feed Me

October 21, 2011 at 8:00 PM

Marquee Theater - Tempe, AZ

Headliner Feed Me


Type class

Venue Marquee Theater730 North Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85281

Ages 16+/21+

Show 8:00 PM

Event Description & Bankhead Productions Presents…

Halloween Town w. FEED ME
Costume Party !

Friday, October 21, 2011
@ The Marquee Theater
London, UK // Mau5trap

Feed Me sprung into the public eye with an 12″ signed to Deadmau5’s label Mau5trap, making him the first external artist to feature on the imprint. With releases ‘The Spell’ and ‘Raw Chicken’, the hard-hitting electro combined with his trademark wide grin caught the eyes and ears of DJs around the world. An additional release with Noisia’s label ‘Division’ saw the repertoire – and the hype – grow.
Jon Gooch, the creator of drum and bass giant Spor, ventured into the unforgiving genre of house, and the creature, fondly known of as Feed Me was born.
“Joining the wundurful weeeerld of housse muzik. Hellews.” were his first words only just over 12 months ago, and now with an album in the works, his frantic productions are making more noise than ever.
Feed Me has been chopping and injecting huge sound into a whole basket full of pop tracks with his remixes; namely Muse, Wale & Lady Gaga, Timbaland, Nero, Chase & Status and Gorillaz.
Set to release his first EP on his very own label ‘Big Mouth’ and lining up this year with a flurry of support slots with Deadmau5, the sharp-teethed monster is coming of age, and looking to make a big noise in 2011.

Ibiza // Plasmapool Records

Since sitting on the producer chair three years ago, a lot has been accomplished by this young rising electro star. Releasing his debut album and getting into the top Electro positions in just one day shows there is much potential here. With new EPs such as “The Thrillseekers” hitting the charts hard or “The Neon Uprising” reaching Nº1 in Beatport, he is demonstrating what he is here to do.

After twenty one years of existence in the most musical island of the world something must have influenced this young artist. Apart from Ibiza, where the roots of Hypster and his music are, Miami has also deeply altered the vision of this electronic child, giving him the inspiration and power to make his futuristic creations.

With his arsenal released worldwide with Plasmapool Records, Hypster is ready to take on the world. From his dirty electro club tracks to his hard dancefloor anthems, this artist is sure to put a smile on your face and a beat in your feet.

Los Angeles // Killpop Recordings, Always Never Entertainment

Like the final round of a videogame tournament, Computer Club’s music is often loud, aggressive and spattered with grimy funk. A tendency toward the heavy, distortion-tinged sound of electro house is well balanced with his penchant for funk-laden interludes amongst the banger blitz.

The Computer Club sound first emerged from the studio of Gigantor in 2007 when his single “Load Rocket” started gaining artist acclaim and making noise in the blog circuit. The song, one of the first completed by Gigantor under the geeky guise, carried Computer Club’s name into both traditional record label outlets and the burgeoning music blogosphere alike – a trend rarely seen in the heavily populated landscape of today’s dance music. Original songs like “Flat Response” and “Laptop Levitation” showcase Computer Club’s highly honed sound design and audio engineering skills, while his remixes of Nine Inch Nails, Prince and New Order illustrate his ability to adapt the best of the big names to the dancefloor.

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