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TAKE with Eats Everything BMC18 After Party tickets

The Arch in Brighton

Thursday 26th April 2018

10:00pm til 5:00am (last entry 3:00am)

Minimum Age: 18

TAKE return to their Brighton home at The Arch to host the 2018 BMC after party with very special guest Eats Everything.

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TAKE with Eats Everything BMC18 After Party on Thursday 26th April 2018

For the past three years, TAKE have hosted the annual BMC after party in celebration of the UK's leading electronic music conference, bringing with them an array of past special guests including Patrick Topping and Seth Troxler. Headlining this year is an artist who needs very little introduction, this April TAKE presents the Official 2018 Brighton Music Conference after party with Eats Everything at The Arch.

Few producers in the history of dance music have made such a rapid and far-reaching impact on the electronic music scene as Eats Everything aka Daniel Pearce. This larger-
than-life beat maker is at the forefront of a swathe of talented producers to come out of the West Country Bass Epicentre known as Bristol, defining an entirely new strand of
forward thinking underground music.

Dan’s journey began in 2011 with the fittingly titled debut ‘Entrance Song’ on Catz N Dogz’ ‘Pets’ imprint, which was championed by the likes of Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, and
Jamie Jones. Claude Von Stroke picked up Dan’s next two bass-laden bombs, ‘The Size and Tric Trac’ for his flagship Dirtybird label and the rest as they say, is history.



Music Genres: 

Deep/Soulful House, House, Tech House, Techno

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