Eats Everything, aka Daniel Pearce, is at the forefront of a rich history of talented DJ’s and Producers to come out of Bristol. The larger-than-life beat maker made a rapid and farreaching impact on the electronic music scene when the fittingly titled ‘Entrance Song’ debuted, championed by the likes of Carl Cox and Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. His mashup ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ was one of the biggest breakthrough hits of 2015 and he has since become one of the most in demand remixers in the business, proving his abilities by adding the Midas touch across a wide range of tracks.
After winning DJ Magazine’s ‘Best British DJ’, and becoming the only DJ ever to perform two BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes in the space of a year, Eats Everything debuted at #13 in Resident Advisor’s 2012 Top DJs poll. A technical wizard on the decks, his obsession with House, Techno and Disco shone through immediately, displaying the ‘studio geek’ inside the Bristolian.
Regardless of his success, he has stayed true to his roots, never forgetting where his story began, and aside from throwing parties for family, friends and fans, he has held ‘Food For Thought’ lectures across schools in England, talking to students about his musical journey. In addition, he became a firm advocate for the ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’ charity, aiding to provide safe clean water across Africa and India by performing very special NYE performances at The Nest and fabric in London, in honour of the organisation and donating all proceeds to the charity.