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Blind (Fred Everything Remixes)
Blind (Fred Everything Lazy Vox) - (6:30) 120 BPM
Blind (Fred Everything Lazy dub) - (5:58) 120 BPM
LZD 099R
15 Sep 23
Deep House
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Blind (original mix) - (4:52) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blind (Laidback mix) - (5:06) 120 BPM
KaySoul - "Vous Vous" (original mix) - (5:24) 120 BPM
Review: Katlego 'KaySoul' Tjale has released a lot of largely impressive music over the last few years, most notably for Dirt Crew, Shall Not Fade and Moiss Music Black. 'Blind' marks the prolific producer's first outing on Lazy Days, and there's no doubt that it's a touch sunnier, deeper and more soul-flecked than many may expect. Sure, the groove and synth sounds used tend towards the tech-tinged end of the deep house spectrum, but Kristina Sheli's superb lead vocal and some addictive melodic refrains push the track further towards tech-soul territory. The accompanying 'Laidback Mix' sees Tjale make great use of warmer pads and a deliciously squelchy TB-303 style bassline, while 'Vous Vous' is a sparkling, sun-drenched affair that's as attractive as it is seriously summery.
LZD 099
01 Sep 23
Deep House
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Summer Daze 2023
Milton Jackson & Ski Oakenfull - "Got To Find" - (5:57) 115 BPM
Matt Masters - "Look What You've Done" (Fred Everything remix) - (6:22) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Beau Zwart - "Rusty Lewis" (Art Of Tones remix) - (5:15) 124 BPM
Atjazz & Fred Everything - "Stay A Little While" - (6:05) 120 BPM
Manuel Sahagun - "Kick To Flip" - (5:04) 120 BPM
Fred Everything - "Paintings" - (5:43) 120 BPM
Matt Masters - "I've Opened My Eyes" (feat Mark Pearson) - (5:30) 111 BPM
Milton Jackson & Matt Masters - "Viaggio" (Fred Everything remix) - (5:57) 121 BPM
Paul Rudder - "Glue" (feat Segilola) - (6:50) 122 BPM
Fred Everything - "Light Of Day" (feat Rise Ashen - Manuel Tur remix) - (6:41) 125 BPM
Review: On the label's latest compilation of recent releases, overlooked treats and previously unreleased gems, Lazy Days Recordings is showcasing the more sun-splashed and summery end of the imprint's frequently gorgeous output. Naturally, there's plenty to set the pulse racing throughout, from the throbbing mid-tempo deep house disco of Milton Jackson and Ski Oakenfull's 'Got To Find' and the P-funk-flavoured sun-down deepness of Art of Tones' sublime remix of 'Rusty Lewis' by Beau Zwart, to the hypnotic, low-slung and dubbed-out peak-time brilliance of Manuel Sagahun's 'Kick To Flip' and the gorgeous soulfulness of Matt Masters' 'I've Opened My Eyes'. As you'd expect, there are also quite a few killer contributions from label co-founder Fred Everything, including a fine collaboration with fellow deep house veteran Atjazz ('Stay a Little While').
04 Aug 23
Deep House
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I've Opened My Eyes
I've Opened My Eyes (original mix) - (5:30) 111 BPM
I've Opened My Eyes (instrumental) - (5:30) 111 BPM
I've Opened My Eyes (Art Of Tones remix) - (5:57) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I've Opened My Eyes (Art Of Tones instrumental) - (5:57) 116 BPM
Review: Fresh from blurring the boundaries between jazz-house and deep house on May 2023's 'Look What You've Done', Matt Masters returns to Lazy Days Recordings with another summer special. In its' original form (track one), the track is a deep, dreamy and sun-soaked slab of mid-tempo dancefloor soul informed by both deep house and the classier end of the synth-soul spectrum. Masters serves up a starry instrumental take before Art of Tones drops vocal and instrumental reworks of his own, both of which revolve around Afrobeat-inspired drums, funky disco guitars, stirring synth strings and sparkling piano stabs. They're great remixes all told and perfectly compliment Masters' superb original versions.
LZD 098
23 Jun 23
Deep House
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Look What You've Done
Look What You've Done (original mix) - (6:50) 118 BPM
Look What You've Done (Fred Everything remix) - (6:22) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Last time he appeared on Lazy Days Recordings, Freerange Records regular Matt Masters was in collaboration with fellow deep house veteran Milton Jackson. Here, he goes solo, offering up a sun-soaked slab of dreamy deep house/jazz-house fusion ('Look What You've Done') marked out by eyes-closed female vocal samples, bossa-house beats, effects-laden jazz samples and twinkling piano motifs. Lazy Days co-founder Fred Everything provides the accompanying remix, reaching for bleeping melodies, bubbly synth-bass, slightly toughened up drums and clumps of Masters' most melodic, summery instrumentation. It's a great remix with plenty of peak-time potential, though it does lack the breezy blissfulness of Masters' dusty original version.
LZD 097
26 May 23
Deep House
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Integration (original mix) - (7:04) 120 BPM
Integration (Fred Everything dub) - (6:36) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Got To Find (original mix) - (5:57) 115 BPM
Milton Jackson - "Verve" (original mix) - (5:31) 123 BPM
Review: As far as we're aware, this EP on Lazy Days Recordings marks the first time that these two British scene stalwarts - long-serving Scottish house producer Milton Jackson and sometime Galliano keyboardist turned solo artist Ski Oakenfull - have joined forces in the studio. The headline attraction is undoubtedly 'Integration', a gorgeously colourful fusion of synth-pop-influenced sunshine house and Italo-style, arpeggio-driven nu-disco. Lazy Days head honcho Fred Everything provides a more tactile, loved-up dub, while there are two bonus cuts to enjoy: sun-splashed Balearic deep house number 'Got To Find', and 'Verve', an Italo-goes-deep house solo chugger from Milton Jackson.
LZD 096
17 Feb 23
Deep House
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Light Of Day (Manuel Tur 2022 Remixes)
Light Of Day (Manuel Tur 2022 remix) - (6:41) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Light Of Day (Manuel Tur 2022 dub) - (7:12) 125 BPM
LZD 095
07 Oct 22
Deep House
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Summer Daze 2022
Shur-I-Kan & Joakim - "Beats, Strings & Nothing Gold" (original mix) - (6:01) 124 BPM
Milton Jackson & Matt Masters - "What's Your Wish" (original mix) - (6:19) 119 BPM
Fred Everything - "Barbarella" (I:Cube Parisian Sleaze) - (6:30) 116 BPM
Manuel Sahagun - "Rest In Sax" (original mix) - (5:28) 120 BPM
Offshore & Cohen - "Yearning" (Fred Everything remix) - (6:28) 120 BPM
OJPB - "Theodore Le Fou" (original mix) - (5:54) 81 BPM
Fred Everything & Robert Owens - "I'll Take You In" (Atjazz remix) - (7:20) 120 BPM
Shur-I-Kan - "This Situation" (original mix) - (5:20) 122 BPM
Fred Everything - "Here" (Now - Prins Thomas Diskomiks) - (10:04) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Beau Zwart - "Safe Shave" (original mix) - (5:44) 118 BPM
Review: Given that pretty much all of Lazy Days' output is pleasingly sunny and warm, you'd expect this 10-track collection of summer-friendly jams to be particularly hot, humid and life-affirming. Check first the sunset-ready, piano-sporting shuffle of Shur-I-Kan and Joakim's 'Beats, Strings & Nothing Gold', before admiring the intergalactic, stargazing throb of Versatirds legend I:Cube's 'Parisian Sleaze' mix of Fred Everything's 'Barbarella'. The quality threshold remains pleasingly high throughout, with further highlights appearing thick and fast. Manual Sahagun's surprisingly jazzy and Balearic 'Rest In Sax', Atjazz's slick rework of Fred Everything and Robert Owens' 'I'll Take You In' and Prins Thomas' epic 'Discomiks' of Fred Everything's 'Here' are all superb.
22 Jul 22
Deep House
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Beats, Strings & Nothing Gold
Beats, Strings & Nothing Gold (original mix) - (6:01) 124 BPM
LZD 094
08 Jul 22
Deep House
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The Time Is (Now)
The Time Is (Now) - (5:36) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
L'Horizon - (6:59) 120 BPM
Paintings - (5:43) 120 BPM
The Time Is (dub) - (5:09) 124 BPM
The Time Is (Reprise) - (3:52) 124 BPM
Review: There's something especially alluring about 'The Time Is (Now)', the lead cut from deep house veteran Fred Everything's latest EP, though we're struggling to put our finger on it. Maybe it's the rolling, shaker-heavy drum track, the bold and beautiful bassline, the soundscape electronics or the cut's smiling, effortless positivity. Whatever it is, the track is fantastic - high-quiality deep house that suits a variety of dancefloor situations. It comes backed with two alternative takes -a darker, more driving and percussion-heavy 'dub' mix and a sparse, slowly building 'Reprise' take - plus two bonus cuts: the organ and piano heavy classic house vibes of 'L'Horizon' and the deeper, dreamier flex of 'Paintings'. High-grade deep house for those who love good grooves, addictive basslines and tasteful musicality.
LZD 093
17 Jun 22
Deep House
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Stay A Little While
Stay A Little While (original mix) - (6:05) 120 BPM
Stay A Little While (Mechant dub) - (5:00) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Given their respective track records - both have been serving up quality deep house for decades - you'd expect this hook up between Atjazz and Fred Everything to be high quality. It is, of course, with the original mix of 'Stay a Little While' offering a winning blend of smooth, spacey synths, delay-laden keys, Motor City-inspired electronics, undulating bass, unfussy beats and stirring, life-affirming pads. The accompanying 'Mechant Dub' is naturally a little more spaced out, with the pair prioritising the groove, bassline and mind-mangling electronics. It's a proper 4AM number, tailor-made for dark rooms and dry ice-filled dancefloors.
LZD 092
15 Apr 22
Deep House
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Viaggio (original mix) - (6:15) 121 BPM
Viaggio (Fred Everything remix) - (5:57) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Secret State (original mix) - (5:52) 124 BPM
What's Your Wish (original mix) - (6:19) 119 BPM
LZD 091
04 Mar 22
Deep House
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Rusty Lewis
Rusty Lewis (original mix) - (5:25) 124 BPM
Rusty Lewis (Art Of Tones remix) - (5:15) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bambino Breaks (original mix) - (5:59) 114 BPM
No Exit (original mix) - (6:21) 122 BPM
Safe Shave (original mix) - (5:44) 118 BPM
Review: Dutch producer Beau Zwart is not a name many will recognise, but in the past he's proved adept at blurring the boundaries between kaleidoscopic synth-funk, jazz-funk and deep house. That's the vibe he's opted for on this fine EP for Lazy Days Recordings. This exciting, squelchy, rubbery and vibrant sound is best exemplified by the title track, which sits somewhere between P-funk and piano house but can also be heard on the deeper and jazzier 'Bambino Breaks', the more electro-inspired, TB-303 flecked warmth of 'No Exit' and the picturesque, post deep-house shimmer of 'Safe Shave'. Art of Tones steps up to remix 'Rusty Lewis', turning it into even more of a synth-splashed P-funk treat.
LZD 090
28 Jan 22
Deep House
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La Terre
La Terre - (6:19) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Kick To Flip - (5:04) 120 BPM
Rest In Sax - (5:28) 120 BPM
Review: Buenos Aries-based Manuel Sahagun has appeared on my much-loved deep house labels over the years - think Freerange, Drop Music, Salted Music and Kolour Recordings - so it's little surprise to see him popping up on Lazy Days Recordings. All three tracks naturally hit the spot, with the Argentinian reaching for colourful synth sounds, tactile basslines and well-programmed drums. Opener 'La Terre' is a sparkling, sun-drenched slab of nu-disco/deep house fusion rich in vivid melodies and low-end thrust, 'Kick To Flip' is a more hypnotic slab of dub-flecked, acid bass-propelled late-night house, and 'Rest in Sax' is a deliciously jazzy fusion of body-popping electro drums, squelchy synths, trippy TB-303 lines and heady saxophone blasts.
LZD 089
26 Nov 21
Deep House
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Theodore Le Fou
Theodore Le Fou (original mix) - (5:54) 121 BPM
Theodore Le Fou (Fred Everything Le remix) - (6:07) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Phonetique (original mix) - (5:59) 129 BPM
Ottomatik (original mix) - (4:58) 125 BPM
LZD 088
17 Sep 21
Deep House
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Beats, Strings & Life
Strings, Beats & Life (original mix) - (6:01) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bubblin' Up (original mix) - (5:36) 124 BPM
Shut This Down (feat Anna Stubbs - original mix) - (4:42) 124 BPM
Strings, Beats & Life (reprise) - (3:35) 124 BPM
Review: Tom Szirtes' recent digital-only album, Points of Focus, was not only a fine showcase for his undoubted musical skills, but also a pleasingly varied affair that contained just as many downtempo excursions and dancefloor bombs. He's in full-on sun-kissed, club-ready mode on his latest Lazy Days outing though, with the ultra-positive title track delivering a near perfect blend of jazzy disco bass, hands-in-the-air piano riffs, sweeping strings, cowbell-driven drums and colourful synthesizer flourishes. It comes backed by early morning deep house roller 'Bubblin' Up', squelchy nu-disco/broken beat fusion gem 'Shut This Down' (where vocalist Anna Stubbs makes a big impression) and a luscious, long-build 'Reprise' mix of 'Beats, Strings & Life' which sounds like a perfect summer set opener.
LZD 087
06 Aug 21
Deep House
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Barbarella (I:Cube Parisian Sleaze mix) - (6:30) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Barbarella (Slow Down 2021) - (6:39) 89 BPM
Barbarella (Slow Down 2021 ReDub) - (5:28) 89 BPM
Review: This year, Fred Everything has been busy revisiting tracks from his back catalogue. The latest cut to get the revisionist treatment is 'Barbarella', a gorgeously intergalactic fusion of deep house and squelchy nu-disco that first featured on his 2018 album Long Way Home. The headline-grabbing revision comes courtesy of Parisian legend I:Cube, who reinvents the track as a sleazy, spaced-out chunk of metronomic synth-pop/space disco fusion with added acid bass and lashings of starry-eyed synths. Fred Everything provides two 'Slow Down' versions, both of which shuffle along at 89 BPM. The main mix is a street soul tempo wide-eyed shuffler, while the 'ReDub' is a sparse, analogue bass-propelled late-night treat full of echoing beats and sharp, mind-mangling acid lines.
LZD 086
14 May 21
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I'll Take You In (BDTW Acid Mixes)
I'll Take You In (BDTW Acid mix) - (7:40) 120 BPM
I'll Take You In (BDTW Acid dub) - (5:58) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Fred Everything's recent collaboration with the undisputed "voice of house", Robert Owens, was exceptional: a nostalgic chunk of vocal deep house greatness that boasted a number of sonic nods towards the hippy-house brilliance of San Francisco's Dubtribe Soundsystem. Here the Canadian offers up two new mixes inspired by classic Chicagoan acid house. The single-opening 'BDTW Acid Mix' adds Owens' inspiring vocals to an immersive backing track rich in wriggling TB-303 acid lines, chunky acid bass, crunchy, jacking beats and starry, deep space chords. Arguably even better is the accompanying 'Acid Dub', in which selected snippets of Owens' vocals rise above rougher, more angular acid lines, even more jacking drums and some deliciously glassy-eyed musical flourishes.
LZD 085
26 Mar 21
Deep House
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Here (Now): A 2020 Space Disco Odyssey
Here (Now) (A 2020 Space Disco Odyssey) - (6:50) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Here (Now) (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) - (10:04) 121 BPM
Here (Now) (2003 original) - (4:59) 124 BPM
Review: 'Here (Now)' first appeared as the B-side of the 2020 Vision released 'Over You' single way back in 2003. The deep house stalwart decided to revisit it last year and here presents the results alongside the still delicious original - an ultra-deep, locked-in late-night affair full of drowsy chords, arpeggio-driven synth bass and spacey keys that still sounds as good as it did all those years ago. The Canadian's own '2020: A Space Disco Odyssey' revision undoubtedly takes it up a notch, focusing more on the arpeggio-driven bassline while adding starry electronic flourishes, melancholic strings and deep, intergalactic chords. Equally as impressive is Prins Thomas's epic 'Discomiks', a ten-minute workout that sees the Norwegian layer Fred Everything's keys, chords and samples atop his own live-sounding drums and dub disco bass.
LZD 084
26 Feb 21
Deep House
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LZD XV: Fifteen Years Of Lazy Days (2015-2020)
Shur-I-Kan - "Track Two" - (5:52) 124 BPM
Fred Everything - "True" - (5:30) 122 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Unstopped" (The Revenge remix) - (7:12) 121 BPM
Lance DeSardi - "Field Recording" - (6:18) 122 BPM
Fred Everything - "Silver Light" (feat Jinadu - Ian Pooley remix) - (6:38) 123 BPM
Hollis P Monroe - "Flashback" (feat Jenn Mierau - Leon Louder remix) - (6:31) 122 BPM
Fred Everything - "Someone Like You" - (5:49) 120 BPM
Fred Everything - "Wherever You Go" (Lauer Dos Main mix) - (7:00) 120 BPM
Frederick - "Take My Hand" (6th Borough Project remix) - (7:17) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fred Everything & Shur-I-Kan - "Until Then" - (6:02) 125 BPM
Fred Everything - "By Day" (feat Sio - Fred Everything ReVersion) - (5:20) 120 BPM
OJPB - "Bridgetown Pyramid" (Fred Everything Re-Fix) - (6:45) 119 BPM
Crazy P - "Like A Fool" (Fred Everything Lazy Vox) - (5:20) 120 BPM
Martin Iveson - "Leave Me Here" - (7:22) 124 BPM
Paul Rudder - "Glue" (feat Segilola) - (6:50) 122 BPM
Review: To mark 15 years of the Lazy Days Recordings label he established with Mike Fresco in 2005, Canadian deep house legend Fred Everything has decided to release a trilogy of celebratory compilations, each of which focuses on a specific five-year block. This one celebrates the best material released on the label over the last five years (2015-2020), delivering thrills by the barrowload. Everyone will have their own highlights, but our picks of an extremely strong bunch include the early Larry Heard style warmth of Lance DiSardi's 'Field Recording', the early morning shuffle of Fred Everything's 'Someone Like You', the rushing piano house revival of Fred Everything and Shur-I-Kan's glassy-eyed 'Until Then', and the glacial, tech-tinged goodness of Martin Iveson's 'Leave Me Here'.
15 Jan 21
Deep House
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LZD XV: Fifteen Years Of Lazy Days (2010-2015)
Lovebirds - "U Give Me" (Greg Wilson version) - (8:13) 105 BPM
Atnarko - "Thinking Of You" (feat Sam Mollison - Pezzner's remix Fred Everything Re-Do) - (8:11) 125 BPM
Lance DeSardi - "In The Midst" (original mix) - (7:26) 121 BPM
Christian Prommer & Bugsy - "Future Lights" (feat Jinadu - Christian Prommer version) - (8:15) 122 BPM
Kruse & Nuernberg - "Silk City" (feat Nathalie Claude - Fred Everything Lazy Vox) - (7:21) 122 BPM
Roberto Rodriguez - "Loving Me Loving You" (original mix) - (7:21) 124 BPM
Fred Everything - "Street Luv" (original mix) - (7:12) 120 BPM
Bran Van 3000 - "La Dolce Vita" (feat Freddie James - Fred Everything remix) - (8:30) 120 BPM
Kruse & Nuernberg - "Leaves Falling" (feat Nathalie Claude - Mario Basanov remix) - (6:51) 118 BPM
Satoshi Tomiie & Matthias Vogt - "Dialogue" (original mix) - (6:20) 122 BPM
Fred Everything & Olivier Desmet - "It's Damaged" (V2) - (6:29) 120 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Elephants" (original mix) - (5:36) 119 BPM
Fred Everything - "Mercyless" (feat Wayne Tennant - Atjazz Unreleased Astro remix) - (6:56) 125 BPM
LawnChair Generals - "Don't Stop" (Looks Like dub) - (6:42) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shur-I-Kan - "Blue Giraffe" (original mix) - (5:25) 123 BPM
18 Dec 20
Deep House
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I'll Take You In (Remixes)
I'll Take You In (original mix) - (7:00) 120 BPM
I'll Take You In (Atjazz remix) - (7:20) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I'll Take You In (BDTW Deep mix) - (6:59) 120 BPM
I'll Take You In (BDTW Vox dub) - (7:38) 120 BPM
I'll Take You In (instrumental) - (5:53) 120 BPM
Review: Since Fred Everything has a track record of making rather good deep house, and vocalist Robert Owens has a bigger claim than most to be "the voice of house", you'd expect this 'I'll Take You In' to be rather good. It is, of course, with the pair conjuring up a warming, musically detailed chunk of deep house bliss that sounds like a saucer-eyed update of Dubtribe Soundsystem's 'Do It Now'. Fred Everything also provides two fine 'BDTW' mixes: the fluttering synths sounds and vintage Chicago house grooves of the 'Deep Mix', and a more stripped-back 'Vox Dub'. Best of all though is Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson's rework, which recalls the fluid synth sounds, jazzy flutes and intricate percussion programming that marked out his early 2000s work on Mantis Recordings.
LZD 083
04 Dec 20
Deep House
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LZD XV: Fifteen Years Of Lazy Days (2005-2010)
Fred Everything & 20for7 - "Friday" (feat Vanessa Baker - Trentemoller remix) - (6:59) 124 BPM
Shur-I-Kan - "Simply Yes" (feat Alexander East - original mix) - (6:45) 125 BPM
Marko Militano - "Down So Low" (original mix) - (6:10) 125 BPM
Frederico Y Vincenzo, Fred Everything & Vincenzo - "Too" (original mix) - (6:40) 122 BPM
Fred Everything & JT Donaldson - "I Said" (original mix) - (6:41) 125 BPM
Blacklodge - "Lay It On The Line" (feat Guests Of Nature - Fred Everything remix) - (6:00) 120 BPM
Kruse & Nuernberg - "Chopped" (original mix) - (7:24) 123 BPM
Fred Everything & Peter Christianson - "Feel" (feat Dave Aju - Doza's remix) - (7:12) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Atnarko - "Solid Ground" (feat Nica Brooke - Fred Everything Unreleased Lazy dub) - (6:27) 124 BPM
Brett Johnson & Dave Barker - "On The Highway" (original mix) - (6:29) 127 BPM
Demarkus Lewis - "Werkin With" (original mix) - (6:16) 126 BPM
Lovebirds - "N2Deep" (original mix) - (6:41) 126 BPM
Iz, Everything, Joshua Iz & Fred Everything - "On My Mind" (Montreal dub) - (5:52) 125 BPM
Fred Everything & JT Donaldson - "Memories" (feat Aima The DreamerAima The Dreamer - original mix) - (6:28) 126 BPM
Fred Everything & Atjazz - "Back Together" (original mix) - (8:26) 122 BPM
Review: Canadian legend Fred Everything has been heading up the esteemed Lazy Days imprint for the last decade and a half. 'LZD XV' sees the Montreal-based operation deservedly celebrating this milestone across - you guessed it - 15 tracks. Features more mood music than you'll ever need in one place, with some right classics from a who's who of industry talent: Danish stalwart Trentemoller appears with his glitchy electro house remix of Everything's "Friday" featuring Vanessa Baker, the worthy addition of Bananza Music boss Marko Miltano's smooth vocal deep house number "Down So Low", and then Everything notably teams up with Windy City legend JT Donaldson on "I Said". Elsewhere, heroes of the Dallas underground Brett Johnson & Dave Barker get down with some boompty business on "On The Highway" and closing it out is the label chief, once more, with Mantis Recordings chief Atjazz on the sensual "Back Together".
12 Nov 20
Minimal/Tech House
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Thunder (original mix) - (7:20) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Thunder (dub) - (5:14) 123 BPM
Secousse (original mix) - (5:22) 118 BPM
Secousse (Fred Everything remix) - (6:04) 118 BPM
Review: It would be fair to say that Ludovic Lllorca rarely fails to deliver the goods, especially when operating under the now familiar Art of Tones alias. His latest missive on Lazy Days offers further supporting evidence of this theory. He opens with two versions of squelchy, synth-laden deep house cut "Thunder": a chunky "Original Mix" built around undulating acid bass, sparkling electronic motifs, chunky drums and effects-laden vocal snippets, and a tougher dub that features even more of the ear-catching bassline and sweaty, swinging percussion. "Secousse" is a much more jaunty, bouncy and bumping affair, with the veteran French producer once again making great use of colourful synths and electronic bass. Fred Everything gives the track a far deeper, late-night hue on his warm and woozy accompanying remix.
LZD 082
04 Sep 20
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Yearning (original mix) - (5:08) 120 BPM
Yearning (Fred Everything remix) - (6:28) 120 BPM
Breath (Staccatoman) (original mix) - (6:48) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Prelude (original mix) - (6:31) 114 BPM
LZD 081
17 Jul 20
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Glue (feat Segilola) - (6:50) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Asleep (original mix) - (7:52) 122 BPM
Glue (feat Segilola - Jullian Gomes remix) - (7:09) 122 BPM
Glue (feat Segilola - Jullian Gomes Dubstrumental) - (7:08) 122 BPM
Review: Deep warehouse vibes in this rhythm, chord and synth rich EP from Paul Rudder! Channeling the sounds of summer through cooling tropical synths, some bassline house, heavy chords and the tremolo of Segilola's voice, Rudder's tracks "Glue" and "Asleep" hit the hopeful, effervescent sweet spots! Exotic birdsong included, a techier yet light and bouncy John Gomes 'Dubstrumental' offers something a little tougher next to a remix which shines with the hallmarks of a classic house trip - tip!
LZD 080
19 Jun 20
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Smoke My Rhythm
Smoke My Rhythm (Fred Everything & Trevor Walker remix) - (6:41) 122 BPM
Smoke My Rhythm (Fred Everything & Trevor Walker dub) - (6:06) 122 BPM
Smoke My Rhythm (Rise Ashen 2011 version) - (6:38) 122 BPM
Smoke My Rhythm (Fred Everything Bonus Dream dub edit) - (8:00) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
LZD 079
17 Apr 20
Deep House
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This Situation
Freakin - (5:35) 122 BPM
This Situation - (5:20) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Taking The A Train - (5:28) 126 BPM
Review: Experienced producer Shur-I-Kan (Tom Szirtes to his nearest and dearest) tends to develop long relationships with labels. In the early days of his career it was Freerange Records, but for the last seven years he's operated on Fred Everything's Lazy Days Recordings imprint. He returns to that stable with "This Situation", a three-track EP that confidently moves between warm, percussive dreaminess (the locked-in grooves, jazzy bass guitar, warm chords and echoing vocal samples of opener "Freakin"), bright-and-breezy nu-disco/deep house fusion (tasty title track "This Situation") and the more off-kilter, locked-in loop-funk of jazzy stomper "Taking The A-Train". The latter's rhythm genuinely sounds like a train rumbling along a track, which is quite impressive.
LZD 078
14 Feb 20
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Take My Hand
Take My Hand (original mix) - (5:39) 125 BPM
Take My Hand (6th Borough Project remix) - (7:17) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Looponic Distortion (All Is Well edit) - (5:44) 120 BPM
Ruled By Fire (feat Selina Campbell) - (6:22) 116 BPM
LZD 077
13 Dec 19
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Lazy Days Re:Mixed
Fred Everything - "Someone Like You" (Pezzner's Unreleased remix) - (6:44) 120 BPM
Paul Rudder - "Sun Rising" (Till Von Sein remix) - (5:56) 122 BPM
OJPB - "Bridgetown's Pyramid" (Fred Everything Re-Fix) - (6:45) 119 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Koniokola" (Fred Everything remix/Bootleg edit 4 Trevor) - (7:40) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Martin Iveson - "Leave Me Here" (Jimpster remix) - (6:42) 124 BPM
Llorca - "Wonderwhy" (Hot Toddy remix) - (6:41) 115 BPM
Fred Everything - "Searching" (feat Jinadu - Sphiwe Cas-Miz Unreleased remix) - (7:50) 120 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Unstopped" (The Revenge remix) - (7:12) 121 BPM
Fred Everything - "Silverlight" (feat Jinadu - Ian Pooley remix) - (6:38) 123 BPM
Franky Selector - "Windswept Sand Dune" (Fred Everything Space Re-Do) - (5:52) 111 BPM
Review: As the title makes perfectly clear, the latest compilation from Mike Fresco and Fred Everything's Lazy Days Recordings label offers up a wealth of new and old reworks from the imprint's sizable vaults. Fred Everything is naturally prominent throughout both as remixer - see the distinctive takes on cuts by OJPB (a sun-flecked Afro-house revision of "Bridgetown's Pyramid") and Art of Tones (a lushly deep and dreamy remix of "Koniokola") - and original artist (check Sphiwe Caz-Miz's deep, dusty and woozy tweak of "Searching" and Ian Pooley's bright and breezy revision of "Silverlight"). Elsewhere Jimpster steals the show with a superb version of Martin Iveson's "Leave Me Here", Hot Toddy gets discofied on his LLorca remix and the Revenge weighs in with a jaunty, synth-heavy house rework of Art of Tones' "Unstopped").
25 Oct 19
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Someone Like You
Someone Like You (Pezzner Unreleased remix) - (6:44) 120 BPM
LZD 076
11 Oct 19
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Djadjalo (Fred Everything Main mix) - (8:57) 120 BPM
Djadjalo (Fred Everything Lazy dub) - (6:40) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Djadjalo (Fred Everything Bonus dub) - (5:02) 120 BPM
Djadjalo (Fred Everything Reprise) - (6:46) 120 BPM
Review: Coming in with the funky house flavours this month are Paso Doble and Idd Aziz, whose track 'Djadjalo' has been given the remix treatment by Fred Everything across four different renditions, all of which play on the already-wicked original in a slightly different way. The main mix is, as the name suggests, the main mix. It sprawls across 8 minutes and is deep house at its finest, touching upon synth-based relaxation, tribal influences on the fantastic vocal as well as more classic house notes. It's deft, deep and damn good.
LZD 075
20 Sep 19
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Until Then/Odd Life
Until Then (original mix) - (6:02) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Odd Life (original mix) - (6:25) 124 BPM
Odd Life (dub) - (5:32) 124 BPM
Until Then (instrumental) - (6:02) 125 BPM
Odd Life (Reprise) - (4:46) 124 BPM
LZD 074
16 Aug 19
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Sun Rising
Sun Rising (original mix) - (5:46) 122 BPM
Sun Rising (Till Von Sein remix) - (5:56) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Spent With Her (original mix) - (6:02) 123 BPM
Review: Deep house from the organic side is the order of the day on this latest offering from Fred Everything's Lazy Days stable. 'Sun Rising' itself is presented in two mixes: Rudder's original opens with intricate hand percussion, then slowly introduces piano chords before the live-sounding bassline and midtempo 4/4s arrive, followed by mournful trumpets and barely-there female vocal snips. Till Von Sein takes a slightly more floor-friendly route on his remix, stripping out some of the layers of live instrumentation and letting the trumpet, in particular, shine through more clearly. The contemplative, jazz-leaning 'Spent With Her' completes the EP.
LZD 073
12 Jul 19
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No Way Home
Space Time (Atjazz Galaxy Aart remix) - (7:43) 120 BPM
Palma (Ilija Rudman Expressions) - (4:58) 100 BPM
Long Way Home (No Way Home) - (4:12) 103 BPM
One In A Million (feat Franky Selector - Freestyle instrumental) - (4:08) 120 BPM
By Day (feat Sio - Broken Alternative version) - (4:32) 80 BPM
Un Dimanche Soir (original mix) - (6:07) 122 BPM
Fred Everything & Hot Toddy - "Same Old Sound" (Guitar dub) - (5:24) 97 BPM
Palma (Ponderosa Beach Outro) - (3:46) 100 BPM
Fred Everything & Jinadu - "Silver Light" (original dub) - (3:50) 124 BPM
Alright (original mix) - (6:03) 120 BPM
Barbarella (7am In Tisno dub) - (5:54) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Something (Somewhere ambient version) - (5:51) 128 BPM
Review: We were full of praise for Fred Everything's 2018 album "Long Way Home" - the Canadian's first full-length excursion in a decade - so we have high hopes for this expansive remixed version. There's naturally some revisions by friends and high profile remixers, with Atjazz's deliciously intergalactic deep house take on "Spacetime", Ilia Rudman's slow Balearic boogie revwork of "Palma" being arguably the most notable. Elsewhere, the Lazy Days co-founder offers up a string of fine alternative versions of his own - see the sparkling, piano-heavy "7AM in Tisno" dub of "Barbarella" and the stunning, beat-free "Somewhere Ambient Version" of "Something for starters - as well as a handful of fine dubs and some previously unheard tracks ("Un Dimache Soir", "Alright (Original Mix)").
22 Mar 19
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Wonderwhy: Hot Toddy Remixes
Wonderwhy (Hot Toddy remix) - (6:41) 115 BPM
Wonderwhy (Hot Toddy instrumental) - (6:41) 115 BPM
Wonderwhy (Fred Everything Space edit) - (6:11) 95 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wonderwhy (Fred Everything extended Space instrumental) - (6:08) 95 BPM
Review: "Wonderwhy" was one of the many highlights on Llorca's jazz-funk-fired 2017 album, "The Garden". Here it gets the remix treatment, with Crazy P man Chris Todd (under his now familiar Hot Toddy moniker) and Lazy Days boss Fred Everything doing the honours. Todd's vocal "Remix" and "Instrumental" versions are predictably musical and melodious, sitting somewhere between spacey, synth-heavy nu-disco, fizzing jazz-funk and rolling deep house. Fred Everything takes a different approach, opting for a "Space Edit" and "Space Edit Instrumental" that slightly dub out and heat up the original's 95 BPM jazz-funk/disco fusion flex.
LZD 070
22 Feb 19
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Silver Light
Silver Light (Ian Pooley remix) - (6:38) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Silver Light (Ian Pooley dub) - (5:59) 123 BPM
Silver Light (original mix) - (5:00) 123 BPM
Silver Light (instrumental) - (4:58) 123 BPM
Review: In its original form, Fred Everything's latest collaboration - this time with sugar-voiced British soul man Jinadu - breathes new life into a once mighty variation of deep house: dub house. Rich in sub-heavy dub bass, delay-laden reggae guitars, dreamy chords and UK steppas style drums, it's every bit as good as anything you would have heard in the late '90s or early 2000s. Ian Pooley offers up two contrasting remixes. While the more straight-up deep house vocal take is rather good, we still prefer his 'Dub' revision, which wraps delay-laden synthesizer motifs and head-in-the-clouds electronic flourishes around snappy drums and Fred Everything's killer dub-style bassline.
LZD 071
16 Nov 18
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Same Old Sound
Same Old Sound (12" version) - (5:15) 97 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Same Old Sound (Guitare dub) - (5:24) 97 BPM
Review: You couldn't wish for a more expert duo than Fred Everything and Crazy P mainstay Chris "Hot Toddy" Todd. Either solo or in collaboration with others, they've been responsible for too many fine records to mention over the last two decades. This collaborative affair is rather good, too. "Same Old Sound", a deep, slow-motion nu-boogie number rich in sparkling, glassy-eyed chords, catchy synth-bass, tasty jazz-funk guitars and head-nodding drum machine beats, sounds like a particularly loved-up tribute to Dayton classic "The Sound of Music". This is particularly evident on the original mix, which also boasts a robotic vocoder/talkbox vocal reminiscent of the 1983 classic, but the influence can also be heard on the drowsy, sunshine-friendly "Guitare Dub" version.
LZD 072
07 Sep 18
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Long Way Home
Cinema Paradiso - (2:37) 120 BPM
By Day (feat Sio) - (4:49) 80 BPM
Long Way Home - (3:43) 103 BPM
One In A Million (feat Franky Selector) - (4:07) 120 BPM
Un Dimanche Apres-Midi - (6:39) 122 BPM
Fred Everything & Hot Toddy - "Same Old Sound" - (4:55) 97 BPM
Palma - (5:13) 100 BPM
Silver Light (feat Jinadu) - (5:00) 123 BPM
Space Time - (5:08) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wherever You Go - (5:32) 120 BPM
Barbarella - (5:34) 125 BPM
Something - (6:38) 128 BPM
Review: Long Way Home is the first Fred Everything album in a decade, but it has been worth the wait, as the Canadian producer delves into musical territories. "Cinema Paradiso" is underpinned by lush strings and crisp break beats, while "By Day" features the soulful vocals of Sio, accompanied by gentle piano lines. Even the title track focuses on a more electro-funk sound than the typical Fred Everything sty;e - albeit one that is soaked in strings. The pace finally picks up on the electronic disco of "Un Dimanche Apres-Midi" and fans of Fred Everything's deep house style will not be disappointed, with the blissed out vocals and trippy keys of"Wherever You Go" sounding like one of the most soulful tracks of 2018.
22 Jun 18
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By Day (Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof Remixes)
By Day (radio mix) - (3:44) 120 BPM
By Day (Fred re-version) - (5:20) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
By Day (Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof remix) - (7:09) 122 BPM
By Day (Fred re-version instrumental) - (5:20) 120 BPM
By Day (Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof instrumental) - (7:09) 122 BPM
Review: At the back end of June 2018 Fred Everything will release Long Way Home, his first album for a decade. To get us all in the mood, he's decided to release LP highlight "By Day" as a single. You don't get the full album version of the dreamy, broken soul gem (think Atjazz circa "Harmony"), but rather an on-point radio edit and a swathe of previously unheard reworks. There are vocal and instrumental editions of Everything's own sparkling deep house rework, and similar variations from Andre Lodemann and Fabian Dikoff. Their remixes are superb, wrapping Everything's attractive original chords and melodies - as well as some alien-sounding motifs of their own - around a shuffling, tech-tinged German deep house groove.
LZD 069
25 May 18
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Wherever You Go
Wherever You Go (original mix) - (5:32) 120 BPM
Wherever You Go (Lauer Dos main mix) - (7:00) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wherever You Go (Lauer Akai mix) - (6:26) 120 BPM
Review: Normally at this point we'd go into a rambling spiel about the credentials of the producer involved in this release, but in the case of Fred Everything it hardly seems necessary. After all, the Lazy Days co-founder has been releasing high-grade deep house for decades and his quality threshold rarely dips. "Wherever You Go" sees the French Canadian producer continue his recent fascination with glassy-eyed Balearic-era house, in the process serving up a deliciously warm and colourful tribute to classic Italian dream house. Phillip Lauer handles remix duties, first wrapping the original mix's hazy vocal samples around a wild, acid-fired analogue house groove on the Dos Main mix, before necking something naughty and reaching for the pianos on the slicker and dreamier "Akai Mix".
LZD 068
04 May 18
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Lucy's Stomp
Lucy's Stomp (original mix) - (5:52) 120 BPM
Mis A Part Et Fini (original mix) - (9:44) 117 BPM
Bridgetown's Pyramid (Fred Everything's Re-Fix) - (6:45) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bridgetown's Pyramid (original mix) - (6:35) 119 BPM
Pour Elle (original mix) - (6:34) 117 BPM
Played by: Hober Mallow, LEGO EDIT
Review: Fred Everything's Lazy Days label is always one for summery sounds, and they've got that in abundance from Parages label regular OJPB. The vibe on "Lucy's Stomp" is insanely upbeat, all cheery funk licks with a little French psychedelia draped over the top. "Mis A Part Et Fini" has a more dreamy outlook with its sky-reaching lead synths and hazy strings. Fred Everything dives in on "Bridgetown's Pyramid" and makes it into a sizzling bongo-powered groover, bringing out the warm ingredients in OJPB's original and matching it with his instinct for a sustained dancefloor atmosphere.
LZD 066
30 Mar 18
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My Home
Afrika My Home (original mix) - (6:35) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Listen (original mix) - (6:31) 125 BPM
Le Pasteur (original mix) - (6:57) 122 BPM
Afrika My Home (dub) - (6:27) 125 BPM
Review: Aroop Roy is next up on Lazy Days, bringing his well honed house tones to the label in four varied takes on chunky hardware deep house. "Afrika My Home" is utterly infectious with its shuffling groove and warm, buttery keys. "Le Pasteur" takes some choice disco licks and runs them mercilessly through a filter for blissed out funk of the highest order, while "I Listen" gets into a sprightly, uplifting frame of mind as the most outright party starter on the record. "Afrika My Home" gets dubbed out at the end of the record and sounds even more potent for late night dancefloor sessions.
LZD 065
08 Jan 18
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Singapore - (6:54) 122 BPM
All Things In Their Rightful Place - (5:28) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Kermit's Lodge - (6:37) 121 BPM
Review: By now, we should all know what to expect from long-serving producer Tom Szirtes AKA Shur-I-Kan, namely melodious deep house that combines rock solid club grooves with all manner of mind-expanding musical flourishes. There's naturally much to set the pulse racing on this latest Lazy Days outing, from the throbbing arpeggio bass, sumptuous electric piano keys and bumping, bass-heavy grooves of "Singapore", to the spiraling vocal cut-ups, blissful electronic melodies and rush-inducing warmth of ultra-positive closer "Kermit's Lodge". Squeezed in between you'll find "All Things in Their Rightful Place", a dub-flecked, hazy deep house chugger that should appeal to all those who enjoy the work of Inland Knights and the DIY collective.
LZD 067
22 Dec 17
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10 By Ten Revisions
Martin Iveson - "Leave Me Here" (Jimpster remix) - (6:42) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Art Of Tones - "Koniokola" (Fred Everything Re-Do) - (7:38) 120 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Koniokola" (Fred Everything ReDub) - (5:44) 120 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Koniokola" (Fred Everything ambient ReDo) - (3:32) 80 BPM
Martin Iveson - "Leave Me Here" - (7:22) 124 BPM
Review: Fred Everything's Lazy Days label is a veritable institution by this stage in the game, and it's no surprise to see a label of such stature reaching out to an artist as highly regarded as Atjazz. Martin Iveson, as he's also known, ditches the alias here but the mood is consistent with his reputation. "Leave Me Here" is a jazz-soaked beauty in its original form and when Jimpster takes the controls for a remix. On the flip comes Art Of Tones, whose "Koniokola" gets not one but two versions from Fred Everything. Both the remix and "re dub" deal in masterful tech house from a true champion of the genre.
LZD 063
22 Sep 17
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Summer Tales 2017
Fred Everything - "Believe" (feat Kathy Diamond - Giom remix - Fredit) - (7:05) 121 BPM
Aroop Roy - "Le Pasteur" (radio edit) - (4:47) 122 BPM
Lance DeSardi - "Field Recording" (original mix) - (6:18) 122 BPM
Fred Everything - "True" (original mix) - (5:30) 122 BPM
Fred Everything & Jinadu - "Searching" (Deetron remix - extended Fredit) - (8:06) 124 BPM
LawnChair Generals - "Don't Stop" (Looks Like dub) - (6:42) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shur-I-Kan - "Withdrawal Method" (original mix) - (7:20) 120 BPM
Lay-Far - "Thru" (original mix) - (4:50) 119 BPM
Hollis P Monroe - "Flashback" (feat Jenn Mierau - Leon Louder remix) - (6:31) 122 BPM
Bran Van 3000 & Freddie James - "La Dolce Vita" (Fred Everything instrumental edit) - (7:44) 120 BPM
11 Aug 17
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Colors Of Dawn
Dawn - (6:47) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Anywhere - (6:00) 120 BPM
There Is A House - (5:25) 120 BPM
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: a collaborative, three-track excursion from long-serving deep house producers Fred Everything and Hollis P. Monroe. As you'd expect, the composition and production is on point throughout, with the new studio buddies achieving a near perfect balance between club-ready grooves and ear-pleasing melodiousness. Opener "Dawn" sees the duo wrap rising and falling synthesizer lines and blissful electronic melodies around a shuffling deep house groove, while "Anywhere" is a much more low-slung and bass-heavy affair (albeit blessed with the colourful synth riffs and melancholic chord progressions). Arguably best of all, though, is closer "There Is A House", which pits the analogue synthesizer-driven melancholy of the Pet Shop Boys' Behaviour album against the snappy drum machine percussion of New York proto-house.

LZD 064
30 Jun 17
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Crazy P - "Like A Fool" (Fred Everything Lazy Vox) - (5:20) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Crazy P - "Like A Fool" (Fred Everything Lazy dub) - (6:47) 120 BPM
Franky Selector - "Windswept Sand Dune" (Fred Everything Space Re-Do) - (5:52) 111 BPM
Franky Selector - "Windswept Sand Dune" (Fred Everything Space Re-Dub) - (5:52) 111 BPM
LZD 061B
19 May 17
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Flashback (International Hollister remix) - (7:03) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Flashback (The Black 80s Home Studio mix) - (7:29) 120 BPM
Flashback (Leon Louder remix) - (6:31) 122 BPM
Flashback (Leon Louder dub) - (6:54) 120 BPM
LZD 062
03 May 17
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Art Of Tones Collection
Art Of Tones - "The Right Moment" (original mix) - (7:52) 113 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Can't Turn You Loose" (original mix) - (5:53) 120 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Elephants" (original mix) - (5:36) 119 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Queue De Cochon" (original mix) - (5:01) 122 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Unstopped" (original mix) - (7:17) 121 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Unstopped" (The Revenge remix) - (7:12) 121 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Elephants" (Fred Everything Re-Do) - (6:17) 119 BPM
Tortured Soul - "You Found A Way" (Art Of Tones dub) - (5:34) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Art Of Tones - "Myself, My Body" (original mix) - (8:44) 122 BPM
Art Of Tones - "Koniokola" (original mix) - (5:50) 120 BPM
17 Mar 17
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