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Selects: Eats Everything

Bristol's finest shows off his favourites

  • Funster
  • 17 February 2016
Selects: Eats Everything

We may only be halfway through February but Eats Everything is already off to a flying start for the year.

The bigtime Bristolian released his first EP of the year via Pets Recordings last month and we had the honour of premiering the outrageously fun title-track 'Big Discs'. Further to that, his Edible imprint gave birth to its second release and the hotly-tipped Lauren Lane took the reigns for 'Diary Of A Madwoman', another track we had the first spin of.

His biggest achievement this year though has to be his induction into the Fabric mix CD ranks. Eats is responsible for fabric86 and it makes sense that it's coming now. After making his debut at the club in 2011 he's shot to mainstream popularity over the last four years with both his productions and his DJ sets.

To celebrate the release, Eats has curated a Selects playlist jammed full of his favourite tracks, ones that you know will get a dancefloor heated. He joins the likes of Danny Daze, Mr G and Andy C with his Apple Music playlist so check it out below and get involved.

Eats Everything's fabric86 will be released on February 19, to listen to our other exclusive playlists and premieres on Apple Music, click here

Funster is Mixmag's Digital Music Editor, follow him on Twitter

Erick Sermon ‘React'

Erick Sermon is pretty much my rapper of all time, from way back to the EPMD days & Just Blaze is pretty much my favourite Hip Hop beat maker so combine the two, sprinkle a bit of Redman in there for good measure & you have the recipe for pretty much my favourite hip hop record of all time!

2 Phat Cunts 'Ride' (Space Invaders Mix)

Rediscovered this one the other other day. Sasha & BT on a funk tip. Enough said.

X Connection 'Watch Them Dogs'

Early Dutch techno roller that I remember from my early rave years. Still playing it now, still goes down a treat.

Yotam Avni 'This Is How'

I'm a big big fan of Yotam Avni with tracks like 'UR Sleeping' rarely leaving my proverbial box. 'This Is How' is an amazing piece of well-thought-out techno, which is an amazing record to take things harder if you are playing a little softer, or taking things softer if you are tonking it out!

Genius Of Time 'Drifting Back'

I really like some of the Genius Of Time stuff & this one stands out as one of my favourites. Groovy stuff.

Timo Maas feat MC Chickaboo ‘Shifter'

This whole ‘Loud' album was pretty much the soundtrack to my year back in 2002 & this particular track is the icing on a pretty damn impressive album shaped cake! Such a belter.

Dave Aju ‘Anyway'

I really love Dave Aju's music, it's well produced, quirky as hell & super funky. Wicked late night/late morning dancefloor music.

The House Crew ‘Superhero'

Contrary to the name (& most of the releases) this record is Raggy jungle, not house but it's fucking mint so I thought I'd stick it on the list.

Conquest 'Give It To Me'

Wicked little boogie/disco record. Don't know a great deal about the artist or the track but I know I love it & that's all that really matters!

Digital Express 'The Club'

This is pretty full on but it reminds me of my early rave days & seemed fitting to go into this list.

Projam 'Into The Groove'

"Slung back, groovy house business. Love this."

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