Bristol, Britain DJ and maker Eats Everything began content spinning jungle and drum’n’bass. Over time, the man given birth to Daniel Pearce integrated more bass-loaded home into his repertoire, crafting a party-starting audio famous brands Carl Cox. His nonstop party were only available in 2011 along with his debut monitor, “Entrance Track” (Household pets Information), a heartier and richer edition of Disclosure’s deep home. The Eats Everything EP adopted on Dirtybird, and Pearce, preferring carrying out over studio period, continued with some consistent produces over the next years. A slew of honors helped move along his publicity, notably several important mixes for Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 present, aswell as the DJ Mag prize for Best British isles DJ in 2012. Furthermore to filling up dancefloors, he also still left his tag on functions by Adam F, Jamie Jones, X-Press 2, Four Tet, Skream, Sinead Harnett, and Disclosure, aswell as collaborating with Idiotproof, TEED, Justin Martin, and Catz Eats Dogz. In 2015, he received his second DJ Mag prize for Best British isles DJ and slipped his debut combine record, the double-disc Fries with this? on Hypercolour. Another compilation appeared a year afterwards, producing Pearce the 86th deejay to build a Fabric combine, which included an array of home and techno. He also released a set of new music, “Big Discs” b/w “Method Former Bedtime,” designed in the same floor-filling style as his prior crowd-pleasers.