Estonian-born artist and rising electro-house star Mord Fustang supported Gooch along with DJ Dank, both of whom kept the Webster Hall crowd going long before Feed Me came on. Fustang’s unique blend of disco-house and hard electro drops had people going wild and his intensity seemed to grow as the night went on. His set consisted of a good mix of his own music including original tracks “Lick the Rainbow” and newly released “Taito” as well as remixes to “In the Air” and The White Stripe’s “Seven Nation Army.”
When the curtains parted and revealed the massive stage the crowd went absolutely wild. The deep, initial bass, flashing visuals and sheer size of Feed Me’s evil grin drew screams and shocked looks of awe before the first drop brought the intensity through the roof. Feed Me played the tracks off his new EP “Death by Robot” including “Dialup Days,” a track that relies on the playful bleeps and upbeat feeling it invokes rather than the huge buildup and powerful drops he normally features. The signature track for which the EP is named, “Death by Robot,” is a more typical Feed Me sound, with a complextro/dubstep beat and distorted vocals that gets VERY grimy. A clear hit with the crowd was when he dropped “Cloudburn,” an original track featuring Tasha Baxter. “Cloudburn” is a head-banging dubstep masterpiece that has every element of what puts Feed Me’s production above others.
Shows like this weekend make it easy to understand why Feed Me has risen to the level of popularity in the less-than-forgiving world of EDM. His Teeth stage defies the boundaries of your senses and high-energy sets kept Webster hall shaking all weekend long. Feed Me with Teeth is undeniably a can’t miss show and revolutionary production; check out the rest of his tour schedule here.
NEW YORK GO CRAZY!
Earlier today D-Rakkas & Ryoko dropped an insane anthem for the greatest city in the world! Rage is also on the track.
D-Rakkas & Ryoko ft. Rage- New York!
Another fat one from D-Rakkas & Ryoko. This one sounds a lot like a Dillon Francis track. Free download.
D-Rakkas & Ryoko- Forty Six
Moving along. Let me introduce to you MiniMaxX & DJEJ, two Moombahton producers who came together for this dance floor crushing track. Free download.
MiniMaxX & DJEJ- Tempo Got Our Back (Las Gurlas)
Before I sign off for the evening, I’ll also leave you with this gem. A classic sounding Moombahton track with a hype drop. Free download.
RotBott- Higher (Original Mix)
In most of my blog posts here at Pachaholic, I will often include some sort of bonus track. The genres will vary.
Azealia Banks- 212 (Wicked Awesome Remix)
Download is available via Mediafire on the SoundCloud page.
Thanks to Skullcandy (Identity Festivals most prominent supporter) tomorrow Wednesday July 13th at 9am sharp every single city will provide tickets for $20. This exclusive offer will only last for 20 hours from the time it began, all fees are included so don’t miss out on this chance and this great deal! Visit www.idfestival.com to grab your tickets and to look at ridiculous line -up. Click here for the ticket master page, and keep checking Pachaholic for more updates and info!
Its really easy to compare Hardwell to a pebble falling down a snowy mountain side, coming out with bangin’ originals to even harder remixes, Hardwell has collected a lot of snow in that past year if you catch my drift. ”The World” has been anticipated as one of Hardwell’s masterpieces this year under Revealed Recordings and there is no doubt that it will reach a high level of success. This track was released today, Enjoy!