A Buffet Of Eats Everything's 7 Best Tracks
Mar 20, 2023
Ana Monroy Yglesias
4 min read
Bristol-born Daniel Pierce has been making fun and playful dance music rooted in house and '90s UK rave sounds as Eats Everything for over a decade now. He cut his teeth in his hometown's legendary local scene, but was considering quitting after a decade of things not taking off outside of Bristol. Luckily, in 2011, his aptly titled "Entrance Song" changed everything.
He's maintained close creative relationships and friendships with the likes of Catz N' Dogz, Green Velvet, Pete Tong, and Justin Martin. And with his long list of contemporaries, collaborators, and mates, he continues to push the boundaries of house, tech house, and dance music. Read on to get a tasty sample of his sound, and groove out to seven of his best upbeat and playful tracks from over the years.
1. Eats Everything - Entrance Song (2011)
Boy, did Pierce introduce himself with 2011's "Entrance Song"! He was a decade into his DJ career and was about to hang up his headphones if things didn't finally expand beyond Bristol. But Catz N' Dogz signed "Entrance Song" to Pets Records and the rest is history. It's an entrancing, smooth garage-y track that still sounds fresh. It took the global dance scene by storm, including Pete Tong, who invited him for an Essential Mix.
2. Catz Eats Dogz - Evil Tram (2013)
Peirce's relationship with Polish house duo has continued to this day, and in 2013 they formed the collab trio Catz Eats Dogz and put out the Stinky Lollipop EP. The A-side, "Evil Tram," is an upbeat classic house bop with pretty looped vocals and strange, enticing little flourishes. It's the perfect taste and stew of each act's sound.
3. Eats Everything, Tiga, Audion & Ron Costa - Dancing (Again!) 
"Dancing (Again!)" is one of those dance floor earworms that will never leave your psyche. And when you hear it, you have to dance. It's a pure heater with a fat bassline; killer collab between Eats Everything, Tiga, Audion (a.k.a. Matthew Dear) and Ron Costa.
4. Eats Everything & Green Velvet - The Duster (2016)
Green Velvet is one of the OGs of making infectious, strange and playful house gems. He has also been a big supporter of Eats Everything, dropping his tunes on his Relief Records and Cajual Music imprints as well as collabing with him over the years. On 2016's "Duster," dropped on Disclosure's Method White imprint in 2016, Peirce and Velvet pair up an echoing, building tech-ish house heater.
5. Eats Everything - Honey (2020)
Calling Miss Honey! On Peirce's 2020 anthemic tech house banger "Honey," he samples '90s New York drag queen Moi Renee from her 1992 house track "Miss Honey." You'll recognize her voice from Beyoncé's RENAISSANCE, which was also sampled on "Pure/Honey." Both tracks honor house's Black, queer roots.
6. Nicole Moudaber & Eats Everything - Big Dipper (2021)
While Eats Everything's sound is rooted in house and '90s British rave music, it is truly wide, expansive, and unafraid to expiriment and work with artists that pull out a different side of him. Nicole Moudaber is known for banging techno, and her track with Peirce feels different from her solo releases, as well as from his. Yet just as the cover art creates a cyborg from the halves of their faces, the track does sound like something they would both play in their sets; banging high energy and 100 percent made to make you dance and have fun.
7. Eats Everything & ShezAr - Get Up (2023)
Pierce has had joyful disco-leaning house and gospel house moments throughout his career, channeling that euphoric energy of '90s diva-era house records. On his first release of 2023, ShezAr lends big, inspiring vocals to a sparkling piano house belter.