REVIEW: EATS EVERYTHING – BILL MURREEE (EP)

Having made his Intec debut in 2018, Eats Everything is back on the label for his hotly anticipated follow up in the techno style he has released on labels ranging from Dense & Pikas Kneaded Pains to Pan-Pot’s Second State.

Eats Everything first made waves as a bass heavy house producer who took the scene by storm releasing on the likes of Dirtybird, Pets Recordings and Relief, but with an ever-evolving style he is now equally respected in the world of both house and techno.

His techno exploits also include setting up EI8HT, which is a label run in collaboration with Andres Campo, thats featured genre leading artists such as Truncate.

Openly describing himself as a Carl Cox fanboy, Eats Everything lists Intec as a landmark label he has always wanted to feature on.

Opening the release are the punishing clap rhythms and stabbing chords of Bill Murray which has rave inspired vocal bursts fused with acid synths. Taking timeless elements, this fast-packed track is jackin’ techno tailor-made for peak time plays.

EEE’s has a tongue-in-cheek title inspired by the seductive vocal loop. With a rolling groove and fast-paced percussion, this hypnotic track has a dark atmosphere combined with machine funk.

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