Few producers have had such rapid worldwide success as Bristol native Daniel Pierce (a.k.a. Eats Everything) has. Releasing with studios like Pets Recordings, Get Physical Music, and Futureboogie Recordings, he has established himself among the growing Bristol music scene as a booty-tech force. His new EP, Vertigo, was released on Dirtybird Records today and sees Pierce continuing the successful production formula that has got him this far. Both tracks on the EP (“Vertigo” and “Trubble”) have the hard-hitting, bumping basslines that fans have grown to love, combined with his signature vocal cuts and sound animations. “Vertigo” is sure to be the dancefloor burner of the two, combining a long and suspenseful buildup to a booty-tech bassline full of 808 sounds that begs you to bounce around. “Trubble” sees Pierce use powerful UK garage stabs, and an overlying grittiness to give the track a darker acid-house sound.
Below, I’ve added these two songs as well as some favorites from the Bristolian (including a free download for his Essential Mix — one of my favorites yet). Making a rare U.S. appearance, Eats Everything will be playing with the legend Pete Tong on Thanksgiving (November 22nd) at Beta Nightclub in Denver. He has some serious skills mixing (exemplified in the video below) and plays a really energetic live show, while Pete Tong, a resident DJ at Ibiza’s Pacha for years as well as being the host of BBC’s Essential Mixes, barely needs any introduction. (Buy tickets here!). So, be sure to purchase Eats Everything’s Vertigo EP and see him live when he gets into town!