Kill The Noise and Feed Me hint at new project potentially debuting this week
Kill The Noise and Feed Me are two of the biggest heavyweights when it comes to the bombastic-bass edge of the electronic music scene. They pair also consistently on top of their game when it comes to new records; Kill The Noise recently contributed a remix of DJ Snake‘s new hit “Propaganda” and released his debut album Occult Classic in 2015, while Feed Me released a 4-track EP and returned to his drum-and-bass roots, reviving his Spor alter ego and releasing Caligo.
Throughout the years, the pair have maintained a close and productive friendship — collaborating on “I Do Coke” from Kill The Noise’s aforementioned album, the single “Far Away,” “Thumbs Up (For Rock N’ Roll)” off of KTN’s Black Magic EP from 2012, and Feed Me’s “Muscle Rollers.” Thus, while it should be no surprise, fans will certainly be anticipating a new collaboration from the duo, as Kill The Noise took to Instagram to confirm that they are working together again.
There is no word on whether this “new project” is a single track, a longer release, or perhaps an entirely new venture for the longtime friends. Enticingly, however, Kill The Noise does offer the hint that it “may be dropping this week…” Stay tuned to Dancing Astronaut for more information on this new collaboration throughout the week.
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