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Recently singed on Elastic, Eats Everything – aka Daniel Pearce from Bristol, UK – is rising from the underground scene.
I don’t think I could describe him better than his facebook bio does so here it is:
While some producers spend years finding their feet, Dan made a clear statement of intent with ‘Entrance Song’ his debut release on Catz N Dogz ‘Pets Recordings’ label that peaked at number 15 in Beatport’s all-ge…nre house chart. Part of a new wave of talented producers coming out of the West Country’s Bass Central, that includes Julio Bashmore and Waifs & Strays, he delivers exquisitely crafted sample heavy tracks paying homage to everything from Randy Crawford to Ray Charles. The have already been picked up by DJs as varied as Josh Wink, Jamie Jones and Maya Jane Coles, who included Entrance Song in her recent ‘Essential Mix’ for BBC Radio 1. In addition to this his ‘Coat Of Arms’ side project with Chris James has already gained widespread praise with ‘Is This Something’ signed to Jamie Jones’ new fabric mix compilation from Bristol’s fledgling Futureboogie label.
His next two bass-laden dance bombs have been picked up Claude Von Stroke for his flagship Dirtybird label, due out this autumn. First up is Tric Tac, a co-production between Eats Everything and Worthy followed soon after by ‘The Size’ which is already tipped to be one of 2011’s best selling underground anthems.
And here it is. The Size with the sample of Moby’s Porcelain, geniusly remade to another banger. I love remixes who turn the original song completely into another but still keeps em recognizable. Don’t know if you understand what I mean but just listen to it and you’ll get the picture.
ps: if you become a fan on facebook you can get The White Stripes – ‘Hello Operator’ (Eats Everything’ Jack Bootmeg) download for free.
Here, at the label where I’m doing my internship, I heard the name Gigamesh a couple of times. I decided to have a listen and it’s goddamn good. This dude from Minneapolis (US) makes mostly disco, funky, club house. Have a listen too:
Aeroplane aka Vito De Luca
I don’t need to introduce Aeroplane to you I guess. This pioneer in indie disco/pop knows music and knows it well. That’s why Pulse Radio asked him who his 5 favorite producers are. Aeroplane told them to keep an eye on the following 5:
1. Martin Dubka
He produced Ali Love’s album and all the new Tyson stuff. He’s like buying gold, a safe investment. Clearly why he was chosen for In Flight Entertainment.
2. Azari & III
They bring back the excitement I missed in dance music the last years. It’s instant, amazing live, and they make you really dance. Not like ” Do I look cool ? ” kinda dance. The dance where you can’t control it.
3. Herr Styler
These guys create a unique blend of music with elements you wouldn’t expect to work. Think anchovies and Nutella, that would taste disgusting but their music is great!
4. Dimitri From Paris
He is obviously not a newcomer, but his producing career was a bit on hold. Now he is back with some of the greatest early house and disco remixes with the spirit of Shep Pettibone looking over his shoulder. Also check his Erodiscotique project.
5. Moonlight Matters
He needs to free himself a bit more but as soon as he will, he will be unstoppable.
Louis La Roche ( or Brett Ewels on his ID) is a 21 year old DJ/remixer/producer from Norwich, UK. He makes some really good house, funky, disco tunes. If you like his music, be sure to follow his soundcloud page because the young talent often -next to all his official productions/remixes- posts some quality music to download (for free). I’d say “let’s keep an eye on this kid!” but he’s kinda big already. Anyway, enjoy!
Louis La Roche – F.U.B.A.R (free download)
Switch came up with once again an amazing song with beautiful vocals by Andrea Martin and released it (as he mostly does) on his own label DUBSIDED. Lots of people have tried to remix the track but I think nobody has managed to make the original better… yet. If you know any good remixes, feel free to share them here.