stylistberlin EP Review: Eats Everything – “Vertigo” EP (dirtybird)
Artist. Eats Everything
Title. Vertigo EP
Release Date. 16 October, 2012
Distribution. Exclusive Promo
The Entrance Song (Pets Recordings) by Eats Everything a bit over a year ago catapulted him into the very top of house music heaven. There is no need to explain who this guy is, stylistberlin writes often enough about his whereabouts.
This month, dirtybird will release another EP by Eats Everything, dirtybird’s lucky number 77! If that is not a sign, I don’t know.
01. Vertigo (6:30)
Starting with aminimalistic beat, the track builds up slowly through adding more and more elements and endup with the typical bouncy sound of dirtybird. I have heard so many repetitive music tracks that I get easily bored, but this one is never letting your attention go. Best played at almost peak time of your sets.
02. Trubble (7:41)
This is already destined to be one of my favourite tracks by Eats Everything. It is catchy right from the beginning on and makes you dance along. It is made in the manner of The Entrance Song and wears the very distinguished handprints of Eats Everything. This one is pure fun, fun, fun to listen at. It will rock every party and make people shake their bodies every second of the track.
Eats Everything, the big lad from Bristol delivers two smashers just as big as his lovable personality. I’ve already seen both sides of this record devastate all kinds of rooms from DC10 to Fabric to Warehouse Project. This is the kind of rare release that has support from DJs across the board. “Vertigo” is a pure gold nugget of acid artistry and “Trubble” is the filthy cousin who didn’t brush her teeth or change her pants for a week.
If you’ve managed to catch Eats Everything live this year you will have seen what all the fuss is about and if you were lucky enough to manage a chat with him you will have seen why we all love this guy so much. It’s not so often that a record comes from such a lovable source and I expect this one to set a mark as one of the strongest point in his career.
I can tell you: this will be played very, very often. Go get it and try it out in your sets. I know people tend to pay more attention to the first track of an EP, but I personally think that Eats Everything just landed another hit with the second track. A must have track in your collection.
BTW, today is a special day for Eats Everything. Congratulations!!!