There’s nothing quite like an Eris Drew DJ set. To see her play is to watch a true expert at work; her technical prowess is matched only by her unmistakable love for the records she’s playing. Euphoric house cuts old and new are played against rip-roaring breakbeats, acid bangers and classic hardcore, while her trademark vinyl scratching, pitch riding and high-octane mixing make everything feel totally alive and electrified.
It’s a style Eris has carried through in her debut album, ‘Quivering In Time’, released via her and Octo Octa’s T4T LUV NRG label. The release, which was DJ Mag’s album of the month in October, is a powerful demonstration of house music at its finest, with a message of healing radiating through it, as it does through her sets.
In her Selections, Eris gives us some insight into the music that makes her sets so special, describing how each track works in the context of the dancefloor: from breaky techno rollers and buoyant house stompers, to the new release on T4T, ‘The Last Illusion’, from Bored Lord.
Dig in below.