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REVIEW: Eats Everything – Bettah EP

REVIEW: Eats Everything – Bettah EP

Whilst Eats Everything is known for playing diverse live sets, his studio efforts have largely been tech-house focused. After first breaking into the scene with releases on labels like Dirtybird and Petz Records, Eats now finds himself about to release for the inimitable Carl Cox on Intec.

The Bettah EP is made up of two Detroit techno-inspired dancefloor rollers by the Bristolian producer. However, whilst Bettah is built around a jackin’ groove dispersed with smoky vocal stabs, the second track employs a heavier, techno-laced sound. Currently premiering via DJ Mag, ‘No Seatin Available’ is a chunky beat with a melody-laden by dark tom drums and spiralling basslines. ‘No Seatin Available’ has a minimalist vibe which makes it ideal for a label such as Intec.

The Bettah EP will be released on Friday 27th July.

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