Feed Me and Kill the Noise unearthed sounds that made a long awaiting crowd jump through the roof at Royale Boston. Under Deadmau5’s label Mau5strap, Feed Me’s latest EP “Feed Me’s Escape from Electric Mountain” has been a hit. His pulsing sounds of electro house and dubstep have made people crave for the growing hybrid genre. Kill The Noise isn’t a newcomer to the electro/dubstep scene. Since 2008, KTN’s popularity has risen to the point of global recognition. Amidst the fame, KTN has remixed songs for other top dj’s/producers as Nero, Porter Robinson, Noisa, Sway, and Chromeo. On the other hand Feed Me has also gained an incredible following over the past few years. Feed Me’s hit remixes have been done for some of the biggest players in the electro house, electronic, and indie rock genres such as Chris Lake, Nero, Chase & Status, Gorillaz, and Muse.
I was lucky enough to snag a ticket last minute and be able to see these two rising dj’s/producers. Kill the Noise provided the flare to his set which was expected for the build up to the main performance. With his roguish attitude and piercing baselines, Kill the Noise became dinner for Feed Me. Feed Me electrified the crowd with shocking instrumentals. Such tunes as “Muscle Rollers,” “Embers,” and “Trapdoor” put the crowd into a state of mind to the point of return. Unfortunately, many still remained hungry for more.