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24 Jan 12
Played by: John Norman, Combo (Bangana/Sumo), DJ Purple Rabbit, T.williams, Alkalino, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Deepgroove, Thomas Schumacher, Kai Acid, G-Blaster (Rotarydisco76), Tulioxi, Heidi
Review: Hatched is a taster for a forthcoming compilation on Claude Von Stroke's label and shows why Dirtybird has thrived where other labels have failed. The label boss' collaboration with Eats Everything, "Ignorance is Bliss" sets the tone, as a jerky house groove features heavy claps, insistent bleeps and a catchy vocal intoning 'we're sailing across the river'. A1 Bassline and Sascha Robotti's contributions are more stripped back, with heavy drums and nagging rhythms - and in A1 Bassline's case, a filtered siren riff - prevailing. But the more spaced out tracks impress most and the swirling chords and hissing percussion of SFX's "Kingdom" makes for the release's highlight.
15 Apr 13
Review: The unstoppable rise of Eats Everything continues, and Southern Fried have had the good sense to re-release some of his earliest cuts. While dating back nearly two years, they still ride roughshod with the trademark trippy, jacked-up sound that sealed him a place at the top of the Dirtybird table. The main highlight is the cheeky remix of Man Like Me but if you missed out on any of these subversive bass-bitten house grooves last time round, now's the time to grab them.
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02 Dec 12
Review: Eats Everything arrives on Futureboogie Recordings and, clearly, it's all going off. "Tone Music" is a slice of majestically wasted raw house that centres around a beguiling sci-fi synth riff, plinky plonk noises and the tormented warbles of a mad man. Oh, and a snare, a ridiculously massive snare. "Lo-Fi" is loose, dirty, garagey house that has a really urgent sense of spacey sleaze. Lastly "Doldrums" ends things on high with huge build-ups and, infectious rubbery bassline, skippy beats and a relentless cheap keyboard riff. In other words, pretty much perfect dancefloor material.
08 Nov 10
25 Feb 13
Played by: The Funk Hunters
Review: Justin Martin and Eats Everything on Hypercolour; it's got to be big, right? Certainly, "Feather Fight" has all the makings of a big dancefloor hit, from foreboding, siren-boasting build-ups and loose but sturdy drums, to bassbin-bothering garage sub and Todd Edwards-ish vocal cut-ups. It also takes about four minutes to drop, by which point you'll be ready to raise your arms skyward while whooping and hollering like an American college student. "Harpy" attempts to repeat the trick, pairing touchy-feely deep house pads and melodies with dirty bassline pressure. Like the (virtual) A-side, it should wreak havoc on dancefloors around the globe.
13 Sep 10
Played by: Lee Mortimer