GDD™ Morning Update: Tale of Us, Eats Everything, Toro Y Moi


• Listen to the Tale of Us Essential Mix
Eats Everything Releases ‘Fries With That?’ Mix Compilation on Hypercolour
Toro Y Moi Plans North American and European Tour


Listen to the Tale of Us Essential Mix

Tale Of Us were welcomed for their debut Essential Mix last night on BBC Radio 1.

Although they were born in Toronto and New York respectively, the duo linked up in Milan and are now based in Berlin at the forefront of the city’s techno scene.

Within their two-hour mix lies new music from Stephan BodzinRecondite and Scuba, plus there’s the Tale Of Us remix of Plastikman‘s ‘EXpand’.

Listen to the Essential Mix from Tale Of Us here.

(via Mixmag)


Eats Everything Releases ‘Fries With That?’ Mix Compilation on Hypercolour


Hypercolour proudly present the very first commercial mix compilation from dance music titan, Eats Everything. A mouth watering, two course audio menu awaits you on ‘Fries With That?’, a 130 minute romp through the Eats Everything record box. The Main Course features an à la carte selection of music that’s been floating the boat of Eats AKA Dan Pearce, over the last couple of years, as his ascendency through the ranks of dance music’s top players has been as deserved as it has been rapid. Tunes that have been tried and tested in all four corners of the globe, as the Eats juggernaut has ploughed through countless parties, clubs and festivals, from Ibiza to the USA, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona and back to his home city of Bristol.

It’s a mix that showcases his inventive and quick fire style of DJing, always busy on the mixer as he works the tracks like a true burger flipper. Digging deep into his record box, hi-lights include entries from scene stalwarts Radio Slave, Herbert and Mr. G, new talent in the shape of Oushe, Decius and Little By Little, and a handful of vintage house from the likes of Flux Mode (AKA Nick Holder & Marcus Turcotte), S.W.A.T. (AKA DJ Rasoul) and Kingpin Cartel.

And if you’ve still room for pudding (and hey, who doesn’t) then Eats Everything serves up the Dessert, a generous portion of sweet and sticky anthems that have influenced and shaped the Eats sound and style we know today. From his early days DJing in Bristol’s dark and salubrious nightspots, to his regular visits to London’s harder house nights like Trade at Turnmills (RIP), Eats dusts off the vinyl collection to bring us a big whopper of a classics mix. A healthy dose of vintage NYC trax are included here, from The Creator Session, The Kick Junkie, Doug Lazy and Millennium (AKA Jose Nunez), as are a couple of pivotal tracks that point us in the direction of Eats’ techno leanings, namely (LFO man) G-Man’s ‘Quo Vadis’ and the raw drum machine vibes of the DBX remix of Robotman (AKA Richie Hawtin’s early 90s alias). Big chunky rollers from Aleem and Mambo keep things swinging, and the whole thing is topped off with the calorific classic vibes of Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley’s 90’s return to form; ‘The Word Is Love’.

Eats Everything explains further; “These mixes have been a labour of love for me, and something that I really wanted to get across in the right way. Disc One is a collection of records that I am really feeling at the moment and hope will stand the test of time as a mix CD that you can listen to for years to come, whilst Disc Two is basically a collection of ‘my classics’, either records I grew up with, ones that got me into house/techno, or I have discovered along the way and have become classics to me, even if I have only known them for a short while….” After consuming this lot, you will be loosening your belts and contemplating joining Weight Watchers, but savour that satisfyingly full sensation and if you’re man or woman enough, go back in for a second helping….

Purchase the “Fries With That?” Mix Compilation on iTunes: HERE


Toro Y Moi Plans North American and European Tour


On the heels of the announcement of Toro Y Moi‘s new album What For?, Chaz Bundick has announced a supporting tour. It will take him through North America and Europe throughout the spring. Vinyl Williams, Keath Mead, and Mattson 2 will open.

Previously, Toro Y Moi released the first single from What For?, “Empty Nesters”. Check out the dates below.

Toro Y Moi:

02-26 Oakland, CA – The New Parish (Les Sins show)
03-24 Visalia, CA The Cellar Door *
03-25 San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brewing Company *
03-26 Big Sur, CA – Loma Vista Gardens *
03-28 San Francisco, CA – The Independent
03-31 Berlin, Germany – Lido
04-01 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
04-02 Brussels, Belgium – VK
04-03 Zurich, Switzerland – Mascotte
04-04 Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
04-06 Manchester, England – Sound Control
04-08 London, England – Oval Space
04-11 Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
04-15 San Diego, CA – North Park Theatre †
04-16 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre †
04-18 Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
04-29 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club *
04-30 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
05-01 New York, NY – Terminal 5 *
05-02 Northampton, MA – Pearl Street *
05-03 Boston, MA – Paradise *
05-05 Toronto, Ontario – Danforth Music Hall *
05-06 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick *
05-07 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre *
05-08 Columbus, OH – Skully’s Music Diner *
05-09 Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall *
05-10 Nashville, TN – Exit/In *
05-12 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle ‡
05-13 Columbia, SC – Music Farm ‡
05-14 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse ‡
05-15-17 Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Music Festival
05-18 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s ‡
05-19 Dallas, TX – South Side Music Hall ‡
05-20 Austin, TX – Emo’s ‡

* with Vinyl Williams
† with Mattson 2
‡ with Keath Mead

(via Pitchfork)