That cheeky chap Eats Everything is back on board with Poland's finest label for yet another slice of cheeky, bouncy and fun dance-floor bait; the same stuff that's made Pets Recordings one of Europe's most exciting hotbeds over the last 2 or so years. Here, Eats is taking on the task of reworking two popular cuts from the vaults of house music, evidently moulding them into his own with confidence and skill.
Coming in with loud, rotund basslines as standard, Eats opens up with a re-rub of Variations Of A Theme, first released by Moonchild way back in 1994. Featuring the ever ubiquitous Work Your Body vocal sample, pumping and shuffling through a uk bass mould with the greatest and slickest of ease. A classic reimagined for a new generation of house music enthusiasts. Check.
Next, it's the turn of Parking Garage Politics, originally released by Paperclip People in 2011, to receive a souped up edit, fusing together jacking sensibilities, tough modular basslines and a growing sense of dancefloor chaos underpinning the tracks energetic rhythm. Whatever Dan gets his hands on, you can expect a greasy and full fat version in return.