Last Sunday, April 1st, British electronic dance music DJ/producer Feed Me brought his With Teeth tour to the Royal Oak Music Theatre in amazing fashion with his full stage set-up. With a 20-foot LED light structure that looks like a grimacing evil grin, the “teeth” of his show displayed vivid colors, images, and animations that, along with the rollercoaster ride of the music, makes you feel like we are all in the middle of a story being told, but its up to our own imagination to what that story is.
The With Teeth tour is Feed Me’s first headlining tour with over 25 dates, including this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. It’s all in support of his latest release Escape From Electric Mountain, released on electronic music heavyweight deadmau5′s record label mau5trap.
Detroit’s own Matt Clarke opened the night with a great dubstep set. He’s the type of DJ who plays records that the crowd needs to hear; he’s an music educator. Clarke has been a staple in Detroit’s electronic music scene for well over a decade as one of the main DJs of both the drum-n-bass and dubstep movements, along with running the web site DetroitDubstep.com.
With sometimes dealing with the fickle Metro Detroit crowd, it took a little bit for the crowd to catch on, but Matt Clarke had the kids at the Royal Oak Music Theatre raging hard by the end of his set all warmed up for Kill The Noise and Feed Me.
Kill The Noise brought this crowd to a frenzy starting off with some hardcore dubstep as he transitioned into electro house. After that, his set went all over the place into some beat-oriented tracks and into his own projects.
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