Eats Everything  - Returns To Lakota

Eats Everything - Returns To Lakota

Club | 01.02.2016


Bristol born and bred DJ and producer Eats Everything has announced that he will be playing a special gig at Lakota on Saturday, 20th February. Lakota is a club with real significance for Eats, who cites the venue as the “start of my obsession with dance music and becoming a DJ”. After years of being a loyal punter, he became a resident there back in the 90s. This will be his first gig at the venue since 1999.

“It fills me with great great joy to let you know I’ll be playing at Lakota again after all these years.

This is the place that I did most of my growing up musically, almost every Friday & Saturday night from 1994-1999. It really is a special special place & it feels so special to be going back there after all these years, having seen some of my favourite DJ sets by some of my favourite DJs & try my very best to create some memories for some people, the same way those guys did with me.’” – Eats Everything

The gig will come hot on the heels of the launch of his fabric 86 compilation, in which he paid homage to Lakota with the closing track, ‘Galaxia’ by Moonman; citing it as his closing record most weekends of his residency. His time on the dance floor and behind the decks have had a massive impact on Dan as he has previously discussed during his insightful RA Origins documentary.

The past year has been a successful one for Eats, with the fabric compilation the latest in a long list of recent achievements; he recently launched his Edible label, was named ‘Best British DJ’ at the DJ Mag Best of British Awards, maintains a hectic touring schedule that included a summer full of Ibiza dates, and launched his ‘Fries With That’ compilation with a Boiler Room in a chip shop in Bristol.

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