In The Booth: Eats Everything

In The Booth: Eats Everything

The master of all things thumping house takes us for a spin behind the decks.

Take us through a set with Eats Everything:

What track are we opening with?

I never really open with anything in particular, unless I am doing a big festival stage where I will prepare an intro. 

The crowd is warming up, it’s time for one of your songs to heat things up:

I have this track that is labeled What You Say ‘Bout My Momma. I don’t know who it is by, but it’s guaranteed to take it up a notch every time. Another surefire winner at the moment is the Walker & Royce remix of the 12 Stories song Bright Lights

Someone thinks it’s a good idea to request a song – what’s a request that’s surprised you over the years as an honest-to-god great choice?

Someone suggested Levon Vincent - Man Or Mistress in somewhere you really really wouldn’t expect him to and that was a great surprise. 

You’ve got ‘em now, what’s something to show off how deep that record collection goes? 

The Basement Boys Dub of Jamie Principle’s Is This Love, featuring Kelli Rich.

Energy levels are waning slightly, what’s a fail safe pick me up – either for you or the crowd?

Sucker DJs – House Of Ecstasy, which is a bootleg of Change - Paradise.

We’re on the home stretch and vibes are high, what’s a special track just for you?

Golden Boy & Miss Kittin – Rippin Kittin (Xpress 2 Remix). It’s in my top 10 records ever and it never goes down well.

Good night all and thanks for coming – the perfect closer?

My edit of Fatima Yamaha – What’s A Girl To Do.

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