Eats Everything brings Edible Records showcase to San Francisco’s newest 24-hour club, Halcyon

Eats Everything a.k.a. Bristol’s finest, Dan Pearce, brings his Edible Records Showcase to San Francisco’s newest 24-hour club, Halcyon, on 4th March. Eats Everything’s ability to rock the party is legendary, culminating in his recent appointment as monthly resident on BBC Radio 1. Edible Records, his collab with NRK founder Nick Harris, has developed a reputation for house music guaranteed to move any dancefloor. Also stepping up to the coveted Halcyon decks is Lauren Lane, the highly talented LA DJ / producer and Edible fave. Halcyon is fast becoming one of the world’s must-visit clubbing venues and continues to deliver line ups that represent the best electronic music has to offer. Tickets for the event are available here: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1425711-edible-label-showcase-eats-san-francisco/.

Halcyon has made an immediate impact, since opening in November 2016, welcoming incredible talent, including, Kenny Dope, Guy J, Carlo Lio, Joseph Capriati, Doc Martin, Timo Maas, Yousef, Detroit Swindle, Lee Foss and many more. The Edible Records Showcase is set to raise the bar once again.

Eats Everything’s rise in the electronic music scene has been nothing short of extraordinary. Leading a new wave of producers from Bristol, he released ‘Entrance Song’ in 2011 and, from there, with support from the likes of Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones and Claude Von Stroke, blazed a trail through dance music, picking up numerous awards and plaudits along the way. Now monthly resident on BBC Radio 1, with a relentless touring schedule, and Edible Records recognised as one of the best house labels out there, Eats Everything continues his dizzying rise to the top. The crowds at Halcyon are in for a very special night as they chow down on some edible beats.

Halcyon also welcomes Lauren Lane to the turntables. This LA based artist has been fast establishing an international reputation for unmissable DJ sets, playing at festivals including BPM, Coachella and Wavefront. Not just a DJ though Lauren Lane released her debut EP on Nic Fanciulli’s Saved Records and followed this with releases on Visionquest and 20/20 Vision, underlining the esteem in which this blossoming talent is held.

Halcyon can be relied upon to create the perfect setting for Edible, with its Pioneer Pro-Audio soundsystem and unique, multi-sensory clubbing environment, bringing an authentic Ibiza vibe to San Fran. Brace yourself for a big one as Eats Everything brings his Edible Records Showcase to Halcyon, San Fran’s stunning, 24-hour club.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1425711-edible-label-showcase-eats-san-francisco/.

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