Nordic Spirit takes Eats Everything to the middle of nowhere for Soundscapes
“Everywhere’s a DJ booth!” shouts Eats Everything, stood on the top of a hill in the middle of Burgh Island – an isolated spit of land off the coast of Devon. The world-famous tech-house DJ and producer has played gigs all over the world in New York, Amsterdam, Ibiza and Mexico City, but he’s never set up his decks in the middle of nowhere before.
Here to play an exclusive stream for Soundscapes, a new music platform from Nordic Spirit and Mixmag, Eats Everything wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. “The world isn’t just a place, it’s the people and the experiences you have,” he says. “It’s mad that I get to do this. And although we can’t do everything as we have been, we still get to do stuff like this.”
Mixmag sent a film crew to get behind the scenes footage on how an isolated island off the Devon coast, into Eats Everything's DJ booth. Watch the video:
The #NordicSoundscapes series of broadcasts were streamed from some of the UK's most stunning rural vistas - helping the world's best artists set up their deck in the wild. Watch the exclusive DJ sets on our Youtube channel from Nic Fanciulli and Eats Everything.
Designed to give artists like Eats Everything a platform to reach fans at a time when live music was still on hold, #NordicSoundscapes is also a unique opportunity to discover new music wherever you are– with a curated playlist of new dance and electronic tracks streaming on Spotify & Soundcloud.
“We wanted to launch Soundscapes with a series of unique shows,” says Nick Stevenson, Managing Director at Mixmag. “We wanted to enlist DJs based in the UK known for touring the world and bringing back the music they've discovered along the way, so Eats Everything was the perfect choice. It really shows that golden hour on the Devon coast can give Ibiza a run for its money.”
It might not have been easy turning a windy British island into a nightclub for one, but Soundscapes was all about bringing that spirit of adventure and discovery back into our lives.
“Whether you find your new favourite track in a car, at a packed club or in somewhere off the coast of Devon, all that really matters is you’ve found it.” says Eats Everything.