Following a sold out US bus tour at the end of 2014 with his Teeth production Jon Gooch decided it was time to take a hiatus from Feed Me and focus on his huge come back as Spor, his drum and bass alter ego, but this summer Feed Me is back and returns with his highly anticipated EP, Family Reunion.

Feed Me’s Family Reunion is jam-packed with eight fresh electro tracks.  Led by “High-Speed Weekend Survivor,” fans will quickly notice that Jon Gooch is back with his iconic, in-your-face electro and even more madness.

The remainder of the EP shows there’s more to Gooch as an artist, from the glitch house of “Stay Focused,” to hard-hitting bass tracks like “Schizoid” and “Red Clouds (Serious Ting),” to even a touch of sultry dancehall vibes in “Life Raft.” Feed Me has also called on the vocals of Nina Nesbitt who drives the big summer festival anthem, "What It Feels Like.”

Earlier this year, Gooch surprised the world by releasing a brand new Feed Me single “Trouble” with KANEHOLLER, which was supported by a small North American tour. The tour was followed by a massive collaboration with Kill the Noise, “I Do Coke” and a controversial video to match.

Gooch has spent most of 2015 resurrecting his drum & bass alias, Spor, releasing his much-anticipated debut album, Caligo, on BitTorrent pay what you want or not at all and touring it internationally, followed by his EP, Black Eyed, which was also released through BitTorrent.

Buy Feed Me’s Family Reunion



01 - High Speed Weekend Survivor
02 - Stay Focused
03 - Red Clouds (Serious Ting)
04 - What It Feels Like Feat. Nina Nesbitt
05 - Schizoid
06 - Trouble Feat. Kaneholler
07 - American Cemetery
08 - Life Raft

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