Eat More Cake – Memories (VIP Remix)
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Released: 14th December 2018
Eat More Cake are a DJ/Production/song-writing collective from Harrow in North-west London, whose sound incorporates elements of Dance, Chill-out and Hip-hop. At the forefront of the group Is Andrew Briggs, who’s musical skills range from song-writing, production, djing, vocals and rap – a true multi-talented creative who’s vision is to set himself apart from the norm of electronic dance music and break boundaries. With releases and remixes on Strictly Rhythm, BBE, D:Vision, Big Beat, Toolroom and radio plays on Radio 1, Kiss FM, Capital Xtra, Xfm, BBC 6Music, KCRW along with DJ support from the likes of Pete Tong, Danny Howard and Mistajam, it seems the big time beckons.
Memories is the groups follow up single after their recent release Long Shadows/My Love using elements from Marelena Shaw’s Woman Of The Ghetto (Blue Boy Remember Me) mixed with Eat More Cake’s slick and fresh production mixing break beat with electronic dance alongside a catchy vocal melody written by UK songwriters Lauren Miles and Nicole Blair. Support has already been shown by Mistajam on BBC Radio 1 and Andi Durrant on KISS Fresh. Eat More Cake deliver their own VIP Remix to offer up something different to the original.
In the last year the group have released frequently on Hoxon based label and management company Perfect Havoc with tracks such as Heat Of The Night – included in the Dream League Soccer app and went to No. 1 on Hype Machine along with receiving support from Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, Coco Cole on Capital Xtra, Judge Jules, Oliver Heldens, and The Aston Shuffle. Further releases included Hide From The Light which has surpassed over 1 million streams on Spotify, Animal, Set On You and Music Sounds Better With You, generating the trio over 4.5 million streams on Spotify alone.
Eat More Cake are accomplished DJs – They have played at Ministry Of Sound, XOYO, Lovebox, Gatecrasher, Pacha and many more clubs and bars in the UK and Ibiza as well as private parties for Google, Twitter, Channel 4, Punch drunk productions, Chelsea and Arsenal F.C.