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Elliot Adamson - Still Workin
Elliot Adamson
Still Workin
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Edible)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rising young talent, Elliot Adamson, has been on the Edible radar for a couple of years already, so it’s fitting that his debut for the Eats Everything curated imprint marks the label’s tenth release. The Newcastle born producer has been gathering an arsenal of some of the freshest and inventive house music for some time now, and two of these cuts are ripe and ready for consumption on this tasty Edible release.With its insatiable jackin’ vibe, “Still Workin” has already become a firm favourite in the DJ sets of Eats Everything; the DJ Deeon sampling track keeps pumping pure energy and classic Chi- town house troupes from start to finish, with a rasping bassline riff worming its way around the solid kicks and clattering hats.The fantastically named “Where The Fucks My Flanger At?” clearly represents his love of raw and undiluted house music. Coming from the Cajual/Relief school of trax, this is another crafty and playful club cut from the house of Adamson.Having built up a strong following already, and support for his music from DJs like Jackmaster, Skream and Patrick Topping, Adamson is on a real roll right now. His remixes of The Streets and Dizzie Rascal have pricked up many ears already, as have his productions for Hot Creations, Viva Music and Weapons. And with a label roster that includes Paul Woolford, Waze & Odyssey, Lord Leopard, Melé, Lauren Lane and Eats Everything, Adamson is in good company with the entire Edible family.Elliot Adamson‘s ‘Still Workin’ is available from 26th May on Edible.
Paul Woolford - Chaos
Paul Woolford
10" | 2017 | EU | Original (Edible)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Paul Woolford has been seriously spreading his wings of late, becoming omni-present by landing his tracks with ease on labels like XL Recordings, Running Back, Houndstooth, Hotflush and Aus Music. Not wanting to be shackled by genres, Paul comfortably serves up a wide variety of curveballs, from the technoid charge of his 4/4 persuasions to the exhilarating warped hardcore & jungle breaks of his much loved Special Request project. And so it's with welcome arms that Edible usher him to our release schedule, give him the comfy sofa and let him rip it up with two havoc-inducing cuts that are already a staple in label boss Eats Everything's DJ sets.Title track ‘Chaos' finds Paul in a particularly warped mode; bleepy synth pulses oscillate wildly over a granite hard beat as a single sub-bass tone drives the brain-scrambling flurry of modular tones into overdrive. A hydrochloric synth riff settles the bed, but only until the next haul of chaotic blips come firing out of the speakers - highly effective, and possibly deranged warehouse tackle. A future classic.Flip side, and Woolford shows off some decidedly more soulful chops on ‘Meditate'. A vocal hook plays against a dubwise bass line and ascending 909 rides, as a seductive and transcendental string arpeggio creeps to the fore and demands a breakdown of its own, serving up a serious bucket load of emotion. Not a dry eye in the house.
Eats Everything - Girl Power EP
Eats Everything
Girl Power EP
10" | 2016 | EU | Original (Edible)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Eats Everything makes his much-anticipated Edible label debut with the ‘Girl Powder’ EP, his first release since January of this year, and the first to land on his own imprint. Comprising two new tracks, ‘Rita’s E’ and ‘Veronica Electronica’, the release will drop at the end of October on 10” vinyl and digital download.2016 has already been a huge ride for the Bristolian DJ & producer extraordinaire; along with huge club cuts ‘The Duster’ (featuring Green Velvet) and ‘Big Discs’, remixes for Disclosure and Green Velvet (taking the classic ‘Flash’ track to dizzying new heights), Eats mixed the 86th edition of Fabric’s fabled compilation series back in February.And as the Edible label edges towards its first anniversary, a slew of highly well received releases from the likes of Rhythm Masters, Jesse Perez, Lauren Lane, Lord Leopard and Brett Johnson, have established the imprint as a consistent force for quality house music.With its infectious bassline, dubbed out keys and vocal call to arms, ‘Rita’s E’ find Eats on top form, carving out an energetic and funky club cut, whilst ‘Veronica Electronica’ gets deep, down and twisted with its duetting vocal delivery, hard hitting drums and rave-esque sirens.Eats Everything’s ‘Girl Powder’ EP is available from 21st October on Edible.
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