Given its length, Feed Me takes his time building tension, going a full two minutes of adding layers under a stuttering, plucked lead before transitioning into an exultant drop. This, of course, is only one of many, as another build up, this time using live drum samples, leads into a restrained drop of swirling and chunky yet restrained bass — evidence of classic Feed Me sound design. Fully embracing an acid house feel, the producer layers repetitive samples and small droning sounds over squelching basses. Wobbles frantically rise and fill out into expansive slashes while still leaving ample room for the track to breathe. Numerous buzzing synthesizer solos lead into each drop, with the second trading in its whips for dropping lasers in the interest of variation. This is the track to show those who are worried Feed Me has completely switched gears and ease them into the rest of the EP. Nina Nesbitt. Much like the other tracks, this one also maintains a capacious space compared to previous releases.
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