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Eats Everything
Background information
Birth nameDaniel Pearce
Also known as
  • The EEL
  • Catz Eats Dogz
  • Coats in Arms
  • Pat Butcher in drag
  • The Salad Dodger
Born (1980-05-12) 12 May 1980 (age 44)
Bristol, England
  • DJ
  • record producer
Years active2000 - present
  • Pets
  • Futureboogie
  • Hypercolour
  • EdibleBeats

Daniel Pearce, better known as Eats Everything, is an English DJ and record producer.[1] He came to prominence in 2011 with the release of "Entrance Song" on Pets Recordings.[2] Since then, he has received critical acclaim for a number of solo releases on Dirtybird, Hypercolour and Futureboogie.[3]

His productions combine house music with UK bass, garage, techno and jungle.

Musical career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Pierce began his DJ career at Infamous/Heresy at club Loco Bristol, and was soon permanently placed as a resident for the Bristol night Ripsnorter and Scream in the early 2000s, as well as playing some gigs in Europe.[4] 2010 saw early releases and remixes on independent labels including Venga Digital and Wearhouse Music.

As a DJ[edit]

Since 2011, he has played at Fabric, DC10, Amnesia, The Warehouse Project and Space, as well as festivals such Glastonbury, Bestival, Creamfields and Secret Garden Party.[5]

In 2014, he played a three-month residency at XOYO in London.[6] In 2012 he won ‘Best British DJ’ in the DJ Magazine ‘Best of British Awards’.[7] In addition to this, in December 2012 he was the highest new entry in Resident Advisor's prestigious ‘Top 100 DJs Poll’ coming in at number 13.[8] In 2012 he won ‘Best British DJ’ in the DJ Magazine ‘Best of British Awards’.[7] In December 2012 he was the highest new entry in Resident Advisor's ‘Top 100 DJs Poll’ coming at number 13.[9]

As a producer[edit]

Pierce has had a string of releases on Pets Recordings, Dirtybird, Hypercolour, Futureboogie and Crosstown Rebels.[10] He has also released remixes for Adam F, Jamie Jones, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Chicken Lips, X-Press 2, The Streets and Four Tet.[11]

He has collaborated in the studio with Catz 'n Dogz under the name Catz Eats Dogz,[12] Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Justin Martin, Skream and Lukas as well as the singer/songwriter Sinead Harnett.[11]

In 2011, Pierce was awarded ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ in DJ Magazine's ‘Best of British Award’.[13] At Disclosure's Alexandra Palace set in early December 2015, Eats Everything provided the opening act.[14]


Extended plays[edit]

  • 2011: Entrance Song [Pets]
  • 2011: Eats Everything [Dirtybird]
  • 2012: Vertigo / Trubble [Dirtybird]
  • 2012: Jagged Elbow [Pets]
  • 2012: Slow For Me [Futureboogie]
  • 2013: Early Bites [Southern Fried Records]
  • 2014: Reworks [Pets]


As solo artist[edit]

  • 2020: Honey [FFRR]


  • 2011: Worthy and Eats Everything - Tric Trac [Dirtybird]
  • 2012: Idiotproof and Eats Everything - African Love EP [Jackmode Music]
  • 2013: Teed and Eats Everything - Lion, The Lion [Crosstown Rebels]
  • 2013: Justin Martin and Eats Everything - Feather Flight [Hypercolour]
  • 2013: Justin Martin and Eats Everything - The Gettup [Dirtybird]
  • 2013: Catz Eats Dogz - Stinky Lollipop EP [Pets]
  • 2015: Eats Everything featuring Tiga and Audion - Dancing (Again!) [Method White]
  • 2016: Big Discs EP [Pets]
  • 2020: Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything - All The Ladies [Southern Fried Records][15]

DJ mixes[edit]

  • RA.316 [Resident Advisor][16]
  • Fabric 86 [Fabric (London)][17]


  1. ^ "DJs' Real Names". Billboard. Retrieved 25 June 2017.
  2. ^ Eats Everything - Entrance Song (Pets Recordings), retrieved 13 December 2018
  3. ^ "Eats Everything". Discogs.com.
  4. ^ "Getting personal with Eats Everything | Marcus Barnes | Independent Arts Blogs". Archived from the original on 7 December 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
  5. ^ "RA: Eats Everything tour dates". Residentadvisor.net.
  6. ^ "Eats Everything".
  7. ^ a b "SISKO ELECTROFANATIK". DJMag.com.
  8. ^ "RA Poll: Top DJs of 2012". Residentadvisor.net.
  9. ^ "RA Poll: Top DJs of 2012". Residentadvisor.net.
  10. ^ "RA: Eats Everything reviews & features". Residentadvisor.net.
  11. ^ a b "Eats Everything Tracks / Remixes Overview". 1001Tracklists.com.
  12. ^ "Catz Eats Dogz aka Catz 'n Dogz & Eats Everything - Stinky Lollipop EP [PETS036], by eats everything, catz 'n dogz". Petsrecordings.bandcamp.com. Retrieved 13 December 2018.
  13. ^ "Poll Clubs 2011: Castle Club". DJMag.com.
  14. ^ Tan, Scott (2 December 2015). "Disclosure at the Alexandra Palace | Live review". Theupcoming.co.uk. Retrieved 2 May 2019.
  15. ^ Wheeler, Seb (10 March 2020). "Listen to Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything's new track, 'All The Ladies'". Mixmag.net. Archived from the original on 20 March 2020. Retrieved 20 March 2020.
  16. ^ "RA.316 Eats Everything". Residentadvisor.net. Retrieved 2 May 2019.
  17. ^ "fabric 86". Fabriclondon.com. Retrieved 2 May 2019.