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DJ mix: Eats Everything

Rising house-music producer Eats Everything lays down a set of four-to-the-floor fun in the run-up to his NYC debut.

Photograph: courtesy Infamous Public Relations
Eats Everything
Eats Everything—weird name for a DJ, isn’t it? But then again, it’s probably a bit more attention-getting than his given moniker, Daniel Pearce. Not that the Bristol, U.K. house-music producer needs to work to hard to get people to notice his productions or sets, which tend to weld a loose, vaguely old-school feel to wild-party pumpitude, with a bit of oddball eccentricity tossed into the mix just to spice things up. (So he’s a perfect match for labels like Futureboogie and Claude VonStroke’s Dirtybird, which have released a number of his singles.) Mr. Everything is making his NYC debut this Friday at the Dog & Pony Show bash on Friday, December 7, and to warm you up for the grand occasion, here’s a recent mix (complete with hot versions of Cajmere’s “Percolator” and Liberty City’s “If You Really Love Someone”) that he put together for London’s Clash Music website.

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