DJ Mag Originals is launching a new video series next week, called How I DJ. The five-part series will feature a range of DJs telling their story as artists, whilst sharing techniques and insights into their craft. It follows DJ Mag’s successful How I Made and How I Play Live series, which have featured the likes of Ikonika, MK The Plug, and RÜFÜS DU SOL.
Adam Beyer’s Drumcode will release the ninth edition of the label’s ‘A-Sides’ compilation series this month.
Set to land on 27th April, the compilation features cuts from the likes of Eats Everything, Dubfire, Christian Smith and Rest Robot, along with emerging names on the label such as Juliet Fox, Joyhauser and Anfisa Letyago. Check the full tracklist below.
Have an exclusive first listen to Eats Everything’s barnstorming techno cut ‘Organico’ below.
There's a festival in a medieval castle this summer, Acropolis.
Taking place in May in the grounds of Tutbury Castle in Derbyshire, Acropolis will welcome acts from across the house and techno spectrum, and will mark the first time a festival has taken place in a castle in the UK.
A new sound therapy app, T-Minus, has been launched on Apple's App Store to help people who suffer from tinnitus.
The condition currently affects 1 in 8 people in the UK alone, with the likes of Eats Everything, Carl Craig and Bicep's Matt McBriar among the high profile dance music names with the hearing condition.
R3 Soundsystem are uniting the dance music community once again on 3rd December, against Trump, against Boris, and against Farage.
At 7pm the soundsystem will be firing up in London's Trafalgar Square, in association with Love Music Hate Racism and Stand Up to Racism.
The protest is arranged to coincide with Trump's visit to London for the NATO Heads of State summit, as on 3rd December the Queen will be hosting a reception for him at Buckingham Palace.
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Eats Everything will drop his new EP this Friday.
The Bristolian DJ, producer and label boss, currently in the middle of his Terrace residency at Restistance in Ibiza, will release the three-tracker via Loco Dice's esteemed Desolat.
Making his debut on the label and joining the likes of Andrea Oliva, Butch, wAFF and tINI, Eats' 'Rollers' EP does it exactly what it says on the tin.
Opener 'Lickal Rolla' sees Eats put a modern twist on old school rave, channeling the energy of dancefloors from years passed.
Eats Everything will play the DJ Mag Croatia party in Croatia next month.
The Bristolian DJ and producer, who is DJ Mag Croatia's cover star this summer, will play at Culture Club Revelin on the 14th August.
Culture Club Revelin, which sits at number 32 in the Top 100 Clubs Poll, is situated in the city of Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Coast. The event will see the clubs usual capacity of 2000 reduced to an intimate 600, especially for the DJ Mag Croatia party.
Eats Everything and Green Velvet have teamed up on a new collaborative track, ‘Complex’.
Set for release tomorrow 19th April via Green Velvet’s Relief Records tomorrow, the track is a typically tough and bouncy cut that fuses the two producers’ takes on house music into a playful, no-nonsense club belter.
The release coincides with the duo’s party in Manchester’s Albert Hall tonight (18th April), tickets for which you can still grab here
Paul Nicholas Fisher is a straight up Strayan. True blue, down to earth, no messing about. He loves his music, he loves to surf, he loves a laugh with his mates. What you see is what you get; a happy-go-lucky man who seems to emanate joie de vivre and has a tendency to cackle mischievously when he laughs. Beer, banter, beats and not so much as a whiff of bull. He’s as honest as they come...
You’ll have no doubt seen him, too. He’s got a strong online presence and is one of the few DJs who doesn’t do Instagram videos because he feels he ought to, or his manager is holding him at gunpoint and telling him it’s essential in today’s modern game. He does them because, to use his own catchphrase, he “fucking loves it”. In fact, he’s been in front of the camera a lot of his adult life. But in terms of his backstory, and how he went from a relative unknown to one of the hottest tickets in town in less than two years, there’s a chance you might have missed it.
He’s got a lot of gigs coming up this year. He had a lot last year, too. Since his debut single ‘Ya Kidding’ landed on Dirtybird in June 2017, his flippers have barely touched the floor. He achieved the holy grail of aspiring DJs and producers since the dawn of dance music; off the back of just one big club track he became a hot name in house music.