Bristol-based producer Eats Everything offers up two special edits of classic tracks straight from his own DJ sets. On the A-side, he tackles "Parking Garage Politics," a classic 2011 Detroit cut by Paperclip People. Eats Everything layers raw house jack, metallic percussive slices, and a modulated bassline to create a bulky, textured track that will keep the dance floors hooked. The B-side features "Variations on a Theme," a seminal 1994 release by Moonchild (Alun Harrison and Graham Simmons), with it's classic "work your body" vocal samples chopped and dropped into a bootylicious bass framework accompanied by old school synthesizers.
Paperclip People - Parking Garage Politics (Eats Everything Edit)
Moonchild - Variations On A Theme (Eats Everything Rework)
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