Earlier in September, Dan Pearce dropped an electrifying tech house remix of Elderbrook’s single “Closer” under his Eats Everything moniker. Following the success of his remix, the underground tastemaker now plans to release a two-track EP in celebration of his imprint Edible Records’ first anniversary. Pearce founded the imprint last year with NRK’s Nick Harris. Since its launch, the Bristol-run label has issued releases from acts such as breakout star Lauren Lane and house legend Brett Johnson.
Over the past year, Dan Pearce has continued to push boundaries for underground artists, pairing UK bass and jungle sounds with classic house and techno beats. Approaching the final months of what has been a busy year for the producer, the Bristol native is finishing up a successful Ibiza run at mega-club DC-10 this week, where he’s been a part of Jamie Jones’ summer event, Paradise.
Pearce’s new EP, entitled Girl Powder, will be his first solo release since he dropped Big Discs in January 2016. Girl Powder marks Pearce’s debut on Edible Records and will include original tracks “Rita’s E” and “Veronica Electronica.”
Girl Powder is slated for an October 21 release.
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