Bristolian Daniel Pearce aka Eats Everything, started DJing at Club Loco in the early 2000’s, and became a long-standing resident DJ there, during their favourably named Ripsnorter night. Then in 2011 he released his Entrance Song EP using the pseudonym Eats Everything on Pets Recordings and his life changed. The track itself samples classic R&B summer anthem Sunshine Anderson’s ‘Heard It All Before’ and overlays pounding synths and comical computer loading sounds you heard on game shows in the mid 90’s.
This unique sound meant that instead of spending weekends in Bristol, Eats Everything started performing in huge clubs around the UK, like fabric, Amnesia, and the Warehouse Project. In the last five years, he has produced sets at festivals that reach across genres and audiences, most prominently Glastonbury, Creamfields, Bestival, Sonar, and Hideout. You can also see Eats Everything at regular Ibiza club nights at some of the biggest venues on the Island.
One of the most unique venues he’s DJ’ed at, though, was for Boiler Room at his local chip shop, likely to offer the perfect post-show re-fuel.
The popularity he has with promoters, bookers, fellow DJs and audiences is backed up by industry recognition as well when in 2012 he won ‘Best British DJ’ in the DJ Magazine ‘Best of British Awards’.
Eats Everything is also a friend of British Dance Legend Pete Tong who has asked him to do regular mixes for his BBC Radio 1 show.
More recently you can listen to his production of Disclosure’s comeback offering ‘Moog For Love’, which samples George Benson’s 1980‘s classic Moody’s Mood For Love. He’s also collaborated with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Skream, and Sinead Hartnett.
From his set you can expect to feel in safe hands, but also hear some left-field tracks that you had forgotten existed, ultimately ending in you feeling an Eats Everything euphoria.