Jukely Sound Projects Brings Together Feed Me, KJ Sawka, Torro Torro & Grabbitz
Handcrafted by the very same team which brought you their world famous concert subscription platform, Jukely Sound Projects is an expertly curated event series highlighting the most cutting edge artists in the world of music today. On Saturday May 7th, Jukely will be bringing together a star studded lineup for a very special New York City event, when Feed Me, KJ Swaka, Torro Torro and Grabbitz join forces at Studio E. Guest list access will be available to Jukely members. Tickets are on sale right now!
In 2008, Jon Gooch conceived one of the most unique and widely admired characters in the world of dance music. Feed Me has become a global phenomenon, known for his one of a kind bass-heavy electronica and immersive live show. Feed Me’s brand of adrenaline fueled beats has garnered the mischievous maestro an incredible following around the world. After spending last year touring heavily as his drum and bass alter ego Spor, Feed Me has returned in 2016 with a vengeance. Armed with an arsenal of sick new tracks, Feed Me has set his sights on dominating the world of electronic music once again. Sensible Reason recently covered Feed Me’s raucous show at Webster Hall, and trust me you will not want to miss the wildness he will be bringing to Studio E in may!
Supporting Feed Me at this exclusive event will be drum and bass legend KJ Swaka, who is fresh off of his epic closing performance at Ultra with Pendulum. KJ is widely considered one of the best drummers in the world and his live shows are always jaw dropping. Exciting Toronto-based duo Torro Torro will also be bringing their infamous high energy tracks while multi-instrumentalist and producer Grabbitz will be showcasing his distinct brand of genre-bending sound.
As we mentioned before guest list access will be available to Jukely members. Tickets are on sale now and you can grab them here. Also before all the bassy madness kicks off get yourself warmed up with Jukely’s early show featuring the cutting edge sounds of experimental electronic band Crystal castles, who will be joined by Kero Kero Bonito and No Age.