Eats Everything

by • 26/03/2012 • #BehindTheDecksComments (0)876

With Eats Everything benchmarking the way alongside Waifs & Strays, Julio Bashmore and Laurie Appleblim its no secret that Bristol has well and truly made its mark when it comes to dance music. In a only a few months, Daniel Peace aka Eats Everything has defined a whole new genre of forward-thinking underground house music. Drawing elements from classic house, Uk bass music, Detroit techno, jungle and early rave Eats Everything pays homage to everything form Randy Crawford to Ray Charles and Murk to MK.

Daniel’s debut release on Catz N Dogz ‘Pets Recordings’ labelfast tracked him to a significant spot within the House scene. ‘Entrance Song’ which could be seenan ironic title, placedEats Everything on the map with Pete Tong choosing it as his runner up biggest tune of last summer. Gaining support from the likes of Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones and Jon Digweed alongside being ranked the 12th most charted producer of 2011 on Beatport and 18th on Resident Advisor, it is clear to see the Daniel is one to keep an eye out for.

Considering Daniel only began to release records in the second half of last year, his success so far is definitely one to be highly credited. Being the first dance music producer to have 2 tracks featured on 2 different shows on Radio One for 13 consecutive weeks, Daniel has actually broken records. Eats Everything has rapidly become the toast of the UK airwaves with Pete Tong, Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Andy George & Jaymo supporting his sound.

Following on from ‘Entrance Song’, Dan’s next two bass-laden bombs ‘The Size’ and ‘Tric Trac’ were picked up by Claude Von Stroke for his flagship dirtybird label, for release last October. Prior to release ‘The Size’ was made Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune’ the first in a series of no less than five ‘Essential New Tune Contenders’ so far clocked up. Since then Dan has gone on to remix The Ting Tings, Jamie Jones, Totally Enourmous Extinct Dinosaur, We Have Band, Roy Davis Junior and Crazy P on a broad selection of labels including Get Physical, Shy FX’s Digital Soundboy, Classic, PMR, FFRR and Leftroom and Sony/Deconstructed.

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