It's only been a minute since OESB dropped James Ferraro's The Last American Hero but that doesn't mean the martian hamburgler can't drop another one today. That said, Mr. Ferraro is dropping TWO new CDs today on his Muscle Works Inc. label. The latest batch finds the omnipresent humanoid trying out a new pseudonym, Jim Ferraro, the moniker he used to create On Air. (Feed Me was released by James Ferraro.) Gushing with silicon ease, On Air is the sound of keyboards smoking on battery acid ooz and nascent circuit board tweakery spewing off into the mist like mayonaise fizzing from a 2 liter bottle of Sunkist. Repetition is key, and rewards are great for those huffers gonked enough to seperate the eternal goo from the ecto plasm.
James Ferraro's Feed Me is a tortured nêu-metal study in So-Cal-I-Fuck-You convenient store culture. Caffienated hyginks and five finger discounts populate the aural zones of Feed Me, which is about as moldy Dorito focused and lima bean tarnished as the Cumberland Farms in Elmhurst with the Porky Pig statue out front.