Feed Me Talks Travels in Tokyo, Direction of Dubstep, His Songwriting Process & More [Exclusive Interview]
From his fascination with Japanese culture to his interest in Existentialism and his disdain for the mainstream, John Gooch also known as Feed Me is as captivating and unique of an artist as they come. His alter-egos, intricately designed compositions, and epic stage sets have intrigued audiences around the world and “Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey” EP released last week has received favorable reviews already.
While covering the 2014 Spring Awakening Music Festival in Chicago we had the opportunity to sit down with the man behind the madness and ask him a few questions. Feed Me tells us about his experiences traveling and performing in Tokyo and London, his thoughts on the direction of dubstep, his songwriting process, and collaborating with rappers, vocalists, and other producers.
Watch The Interview and His Full Set at Spring Awakening:
Shortly after our interview he took over the Bud Light Platinum Stage and threw down one of the best sets of the weekend. Catch his full set here:
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