British DJ Eats Everything, real name Dan Pearce, released the Entrance Song EP on July 11 featuring the original track, “Entrance Song”, a deep house remix by SLG, and an additional track entitled “Heard That”. Causing ripples in the scene, the EP has since earned massive support from artists such as Maya Jane Coles, Reboot and Steve Bug, among many others in the industry.
Tasteful yet provocative, the original “Entrance Song” is the sexiest of the bunch – though that doesn’t necessarily make it the best. Layers of killer synths, percussion and bass create a flawless flow. The vocals are feminine, whispery and yet warped into slow motion at just the right times. The SLG remix brings in the original track’s best elements and adds a stronger melody and some snare drums.
“Heard That”, my favorite of the three, is the classic story of infidelity told using an array of noises and a mallet melody that hide the grime of the situation. It’s the only deep house track Eats Everything has ever released under his name. The vocals sampled, and lowered in pitch, were taken by Sunshine Anderson’s 2001 R&B track “Heard it All Before”.
The breakdowns are what catch your attention most throughout the entire EP: They’re eruptions of bass powerful enough to make your soul quiver.
Click here to buy Eats Everything’s Entrance Song EP on Beatport!
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