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One of the most in-demand artists around, Eats Everything (AKA Daniel Pearce) announced the new ‘Return To Hardbag EP’ as his debut on Patrick Topping’s label Trick. The three-track record delivers high energy jams, celebrating the short-lived but iconic ‘Hardbag’ genre from the mid 90s, with all three featuring vocalist Frankco Harris, a performer and host from NYC. Daniel (Eats Everything) said: “These tracks are for the party, they are for inclusivity & they are not meant to be taken too seriously“
‘Return to Hardbag’ drops on Trick on 27th August 2021. Full details below.
“Hardbag, a style of music championed by Tony De Vit, Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin, Burger Queen, The Sharp Boys and many many others, was the antithesis of ‘handbag’ house which was popular in the cheesy clubs at the time. Super tough, super fun, largely queer-centric tongue in cheek music that was purely for the dancefloor and didn’t take itself too seriously all the while being absolutely mint (to me anyway). These tracks are for the party, they are for inclusivity & they are not meant to be taken too seriously.”
– Eats Everything
Kicking off with ‘Bobby And Ken’, Harris’ vocals float atop a punchy instrumental, incorporating shuffling, garage-esque drums, squelchy basslines, and off-kilter FX. ‘Coming For You’ is a high energy affair, bringing pounding percussion, bouncy low end, and high pitched leads to the table, before ‘Wallop (Better Than The Rest)’ brings the EP to a close with rave stabs, grinding build-ups, and cheeky vocal hooks.
With an accomplished career spanning productions and remixes on PETS, Dirtybird, Desolat, Intec, two of his own labels in Edible and EI8HT, as well as regular appearances at the likes of Glastonbury, Elrow, Warehouse Project, and Printworks, Eats Everything is one of dance music’s most established and respected acts.
Artist: Eats Everything
Title: Return to Hardbag EP
Release date: 27th August
Cat No: TRICK034
01 Bobby And Ken ft. Frankco Harris
02 Coming For You ft. Frankco Harris
03 Wallop (Better Than The Rest) ft. Frankco Harris