Webster Hall Weekend Takeover w/ Feed Me [REVIEW]

February 4, 2013 -

Ashlyn Fulton

The lines outside of Webster Hall New York City this past Saturday and Sunday night were filled with starving electronic music fans! Why? Because they were ready to be fed! What are we talking about? English producer and DJ Jonathan Gooch, better known as Feed Me, performed. It came as no surprise that with his recently released EP, Death By Robot, he would be taking over Webster all weekend long. We were blessed to attend both nights, and each night we left full of drum and bass, dubstep, and electro house. Dressed to impress, music fans sported TEETH t-shirts, hats, and light up TEETH face masks. Before walking into the venue, the energy of the crowd Feed Me brought was pure bliss. People were down to have a good time representing smiles on their faces and clothes!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Feed Me, this guy not only brings an amazing audio show- it’s his visuals that make him most memorable. His epic stage design is anything but ordinary. Once we passed through the double doors and walked onto the main stage floor, we were presented with a black curtain covering 80% of the stage while Mord Fustang warmed up the crowd. Wonder what is behind curtain number 1?

When the curtain dropped, the crowd went wild! Custom lights carved as dagger like teeth hung from stage left to stage right in the shape of a smile reaching over 20 feet high. In the center of this massive visual structure stood Feed Me! When the TEETH were unveiled, the feeling in the concert hall was indescribable- you could almost feel the anxiety of the anxious fans boiling and with the first sight of light it then being stripped away.

The bass was heavy both nights, just how we like it. Was it dirty? Straight up filthy! He busted out Whiskers and when Trap Door was blowing through the speakers the floors of Webster Hall didn’t stop shaking! Other tracks he played were Paranoid, Ode to Oi, and Thumbs Up for Rock and Roll with KTN.

Didn’t have time to make it to Webster Hall this weekend? Check out his tracks by clicking on his soundcloud link below and let us know what you think!


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