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Listen back to Eats Everything’s debut BBC Radio 1 Residency show

“Techno, disco, boogie, house music and everything in between”…

Eats Everything was announced as one of the new artists to join BBC Radio 1 for its Residency series in 2017 earlier this month (January), alongside Deadmau5, Helena Hauff, Jessy Lanza and Metrik.

He started his Residency series last week and, if you missed it, you can now listen back to the full show.

Bristol-based Eats Everything, real name Dan Pearce, kicked off his debut BBC Radio 1 show with Waze & Odyssey’s ‘Down With Tha’, before playing music from Elliot Adamson, Route 94, Tiga and Basement Jaxx.

Speaking at the start of the show, Pearce said, “I’m called Eats Everything because I eat a lot and I play everything. For the next two hours I’m going bring you techno, disco, boogie, house music and everything in between.”

Deadmau5 also kicked off his brand-new 2017 BBC Radio 1 Residency earlier this month (January) with a two-hour mix of tech-house and techno, alongside a slew of Deadmau5 productions including the Com Truise remix of his prog-house anthem ‘Strobe’.

Listen back to Eats Everything’s debut Residency show on the BBC Radio 1 website and check out his post that went out ahead of the broadcast below.

Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

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