29 May 17
Catz 'N Dogz/Yotam Avni - "Blakkat" (original mix) - (6:44) 127 BPM
Catz 'N Dogz - "Afterglow" (Bright mix) - (7:00) 124 BPM
Eats Everything/Lord Leopard - "OA Peas" (original mix) - (6:08) 125 BPM
Catz 'N Dogz/Reno Wurzbacher - "To Ma People" (original mix) - (5:53) 123 BPM
Played by: Catz 'N Dogz
Review: Like their first official mix CD for Get Physical back in 2012, Catz 'N Dogz latest mix on Watergate - Watergate 22- sees the pair drop classic house music from DJ Garth, Mystic Bill and Todd Terry. But as this second sampler shows, it also sees them deliver their own interpretation of these sounds. "Blakkat", their collaboration with Yotam Avni, is a killer chord-heavy serving of 90s tech house, while on "Afterglow", the Polish duo delivers a tough tribal workout. The mood changes on "To Ma People", their collaboration with Reno Wurzbacher, where deep Detroit chords are mixed with a soulful vocal to create a truly memorable deep house sound.,
15 Apr 13
Hevvie - (6:21) 127 BPM
Lakota - (8:11) 125 BPM
Worthy - "Bomba" (Eats Everything remix) - (7:15) 125 BPM
Jona Lewie/Man Like Me - "Youll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties" (Eats Everything dub) - (7:02) 127 BPM
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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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.
04 Nov 16
Played by: Anja Schneider
Review: House colossus Eats Everything returns to action following a 10-month hiatus, in which his most recent singles, Green Velvet hook-up 'The Duster' and the accurately titled 'Big Discs', became dancefloor anthems. This first appearance on his Edible imprint is likely to be just as successful. "Rita's E" is a throbbing, warehouse-friendly treat, with cut-up, manipulated vocal samples and warped electronics riding an acid bass-propelled 4/4 groove. In contrast, "Veronica's Electronica" layers stylish, spoken vocals atop the kind of heavyweight house rhythm that would once have emerged from the studios of DJ Sneak and, yes, Green Velvet. It's a simple, no-nonsense kind of cut, but one that will sound immense over a sizeable sound system.
22 Jan 16
Played by: Lempo, Alkalino, BACHGENAUR, Juno Recommends Funky House, Domshe, Weedyman, Monki, Alioscia mele
Review: Southern Fried, Futureboogie, and Dirtybird make for a rather stellar production CV, and that's just how Eats Everything rolls - tune after tune, killer after killer. He's back on Pets Recordings this time around, and the debauchery starts off with the string-led, oddball disco-house of "Big Discs", followed promptly and proudly by the more subtle, more teched-out drive of "Way Past Bedtime". A couple of effective house mutants for ya!
01 Apr 16
Played by: Pablo del Monte, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, BURNIE, Eats Everything, Oliver Heldens, Hannah Wants, Invinta
Review: Eats Everything is at it again and accepts a helping hand from one of the true greats of house music in the form of Curtis Jones aka Green Velvet on "The Duster", originally a personal edit from 2014, it's probably the most experimental track you'll have heard from the UK prankster and on Disclosure's Method White imprint no less. The track stutters and grinds about the place in delightful fashion: this one's just got to be heard. Second offering "Monegros" is more straight ahead; this is a funky and energetic tech house cut with funky bongos and ravey aesthetics of the more reduced kind which we're really digging!
02 Oct 15
Dancing (Again!) (original mix) - (6:39) 125 BPM
Dancing (Again!) (radio edit) - (3:19) 125 BPM
Played by: Diplo, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Carl Cox, Kissy Sell Out, Felix and Fregonese, Jamie George, Roska, Nero, Joeski
Review: Dirtybird and Futureboogie signing Eats Everything lands on Method White alongside the great Tiga and Audion, for a collaborative one-tracker. "Dancing (Again!)" is a Saturday evening house bombshell with a poppy, above board edge, and its bouncy shells of bass jump to and fro between the "I wanna go dancing" vocals - instantly recognizable and surely a winner. There's also a radio edit for listening playback in there...bang!
09 Dec 16
Eats Everything - "Prog-Le-Matic" - (6:35) 127 BPM
Andrea Oliva - "Rider" - (6:13) 124 BPM
Emanuel Satie - "Zombie Love" - (7:34) 123 BPM
MANIK - "The Right Moves" - (6:34) 124 BPM
Review: Brummie dance music legend Steve Lawler continues on with the 10 year celebrations of his respected VIVa Music; aptly titled Decadedance and this is part three following up two superb volumes previously. There's more great grooves on this month's edition, with the UK's finest Eats Everything serving up the bumpy main room electro house jam "Prog-Le-Matic", Spaniard Andrea Oliva's "Rider" too; which is dirty, rolling tech house aimed squarely at Ibiza peak time dancefloors and finally American producer MANIK provides some jacking and retro flavoured acid house dirt on the sexy late night shenanigans of "The Right Moves".
05 Aug 16
Eats Everything - "Chitter Chatter" (dub) - (5:41) 125 BPM
Gemini - "On This Planet" (Walker & Royce edit) - (7:38) 126 BPM
Stefano Ritteri - "In Thin Air" - (6:46) 121 BPM
Kim Ann Foxman & Shaun J Wright - "Destination" - (5:57) 121 BPM
Played by: Alkalino, Juno Recommends Deep House, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Till Von Sein, Cos BV (Car Crash Set), Alioscia mele, Catz 'N Dogz
Review: Here Pets unveil the second outing in the Home Is Where The Pool Is series (best name ever?), and the mood is deep and bouncy -perfect for swishing cocktails, skimpy bikinis and inflatables-a-go-go. Eats Everything is up first with the thumping and loopy rolling techno of "Chitter Chatter (dub)", before things flair up with the tingly fizz of Gemini's "On This Planet (Walker & Royce Edit)". "In Thin Air" by Steffano Ritteri is misty eyed synth-pop and Kim Ann Foxman & Shaun J Wright get really deep and emotional on the jackin' "Destination".
24 Mar 17
Review: Edible head honcho and all round tech house superstar Eats Everything teams up with Cornwall's Lord Leopard here for some bumpin' and slinky grooves aimed squarely at the dancefloor. The Murk style tribal drums on "Song For" merge with diva vocals but soon give way to a bleepy bass driven jackathon. "War Rhythm" continues on with the bouncy sensibilities with its low end swagger that reminds you that these guys really are about a Bristol kind of sound.
MYNC/HARRY CHOO CHOO ROMERO/JOSE NUNEZ/LEE CABRERA vs THOMAS GOLD/NILE RODGERS vs EATS EVERYTHING/SPENCER PARKER
21 Jul 14
MYNC, Harry Choo Choo Romero & Jose Nunez - "Boogers" (Uner & Coyu Abreme La Puerta mix) - (7:04) 126 BPM
Lee Cabrera vs Thomas Gold - "Shake It (Move A Little Closer)" (Dale Howard remix) - (7:14) 123 BPM
Nile Rodgers vs Eats Everything - "Do What You Wanna Do" (Eats Everything haus rework) - (7:36) 123 BPM
Spencer Parker - "Open Your Eyes" (Surkin remix) - (6:51) 123 BPM
13 Sep 10
Slap In The Bass - "Surko" (original mix) - (3:53) 140 BPM
Slap In The Bass - "Surko" (Boemklatsch & Dem Slackers remix) - (4:54)
Slap In The Bass - "Surko" (Blaze Tripp remix) - (5:06)
Slap In The Bass - "Crusherz" (original mix) - (3:57)
Eats Everything - "Tastes Good" (original mix) - (8:02)
Eats Everything - "Yum Yum" (original mix) - (7:58)
Eats Everything - "Yum Yum" (The Potato Heads remix) - (4:57)
Played by: Lee Mortimer
29 Jul 13
Lion, The Lion - (8:00) 123 BPM
Lion, The Lion (Gerd's sub-tech mix) - (6:29) 124 BPM
Lion, The Lion (Gerd's deep dub mix) - (5:27) 124 BPM
Review: The elaborately named Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs might not be the first name one would expect to mix the Lost series from Crosstown Rebels, but his forthcoming Lost IV does look promising, not least for the inclusion of "Lion, The Lion" a collaboration with the eponymous West Countryman Eats Everything. Wisely plucked from the forthcoming mix for single release here, Damian Lazarus and co. have also commissioned two very complementary remixes from 4Lux boss Gerd. Back to the original, and "Lion, The Lion" comes across like the second coming of fidget house and is apparently the results of two days recording at Eats Everything's studio HQ last December and has been eagerly awaited since it was unveiled on the producer's Essential Mix.