Up and coming Bristol native Eats Everything solidifies the dirtybird Records, Bristol and San Francisco connection with a diverse two track release deep enough to stay in your crate for a while. Already making noise with a previous dirtybird release, as well as a track with Catz N Dogz, this upcoming EP shows that Eats Everything is going to be a heavy hitter in the dance world for some time to come.
“The Size” is the standout primetime hitter that fits perfectly in dirtybird’s list of mega-anthems. It’s a combination of deep bass, swooping claps, vocal samples, and a corkscrew breakdown that will leave dancefloors wondering “what is really going on?” This is definitely a track that will stand out in a set, so play it exactly when the time is right. On the flip, “Whatever, Whatever” is a little groovier and less heavy than “The Size,” but still hits nonetheless. A catchy female vocal loop and retro-electro drums work well to hold the track together and the result is a house track than can work from lounge to big room.
Even if you cop this for one track, you’re sure to get use out of the other at some point, which is always a plus when shopping for wax.