Back in 2008, I went to record the last song for my album “Lost Together” in LA with Brand New Heavies singer N’Dea Davenport. My friend and engineer Chuck Brungardt was kind enough to let us use Raphael Saadiq’s studio where he worked out of in Studio City. After the recording and an impressive tour of the facility, Chuck blasted this new artist they had just produced in the (very) Loud Speakers in the Mixing Room. The singer’s name was 19 year old CJ Hilton. A full album of inspired soul throwback material was set for a release but eventually shamefully shelved by the label leaving these tracks unknown for the rest of us. Before the project was put to bed, I submitted a remix for his track “I’m Losing You” that never saw the light of day.
As a token for my appreciation for the support on my social medias, I decided to let the track out as a free download for a limited time only.
Fred Everything presents Lazy Dubs Sessions, a collection of the deeper, dubber moment of his label Lazy Days. It features artists such as AtJazz, Kruse & Nuernberg, Ian Pooley & Matthias Vogt, Vincenzo, Mateo & Matos, Pezzner and of course a few unreleased edits by Fred Everything, all seamlessly mixed into an hour long journey, adding effects and re-editing the tracks on the fly. Tracks are also available separately. Out everywhere 01/21/13
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Fred Everything – December 2012
1. Knights if The Hunted – X The Beat – Crooked House
2. Dave Aju – Caller #7 (Seth Troxler & Sub-an Remix) – Circus Company
3. Crazy P – Heartbreaker (Huxley Remix) – 20:20 Vision
4. John Mood – A Basement Romance (De Sluwe os Kontra Remix) – Local Talk
5. Detroit Swindle – Guess What – Dirt Crew
6. Jazzy – Lonely – Fader
7. Cazuma & Andreas – Nostalgia – Local Talk
8. Jimpster – These Times (Dixon Remix) – Freerange
9. George Fitzgerald – Every Inch Of My Body (Deetron Remix) – Hypercolour
10. Rachel Row – Follow The Steps (KINK Remix 1) – Pets
11. Andres – Skate This Way – La Vida
12. 6th Borough Project – A New Day – Delusions of Grandeur
13. Hot Toddy – Motha Sucka – Smoke & Mirrors
14. Herbert – It’s Only (DJ Koze Remix) – Pampa
I recently came back from a tour in Australia and New Zealand. It had been quite a few years since I had last been so I was very excited to go back. The whole tour went really well.
Thanks to Goldfish in Sydney, Geisha in Perth, 161 in Melbourne and my friend Andy Vann in New Zealand. Also, special thanks to Sonny Fodera for hooking up the tour, Husky for hosting me in Sydney and to everyone I met during my trip. Hope to see you all again very soon.
Welcome to the new Lazy Days website. After almost 7 years of existence, we thought It would be good to have a place to gather all information about the label. Thanks to our designer, Nerdski, we think you will find all you need here. We hope you enjoy your time on the site and thank you for your continuous support.
Kruse & Nuernberg – Let’s Call It A Day
Lazy Days Recordings
Release Date : October 1st 2012
With releases on labels such as Noir Music, Liebe*Detail, Lazy Days and their own Save Room Recordings, Hamburg duo Kruse & Nuernberg have been on the forefront of the revival of the Deep House scene in the past few years.
As remixers, they were able to put their magic touch to artists like Dennis Ferrer and Groove Armada as well as being remixed by legendary producers such as Tom Middleton and DJ Sneak. They are also part of the successful outfit “Wiretappeur”, who released on John Digweed’s Bedrock label.
Lazy Days Recordings is proud to announce the release of their first Artist Album, Let’s Call It A Day. The pair step outside their boundaries to present us an eclectic journey through theirown musical influences such as Indie luminaries Little Dragon, Metronomy and Pheonix. Live pianos and guitars meet their electronic world with finesse through 11 songs, moving through genres and tempos seamlessly in what we think is a Classic dance album in the making.
The album features singer Stee Downes, who collaborated on last year’s #1 from Lovebirds (Want You In My Soul), Nathalie Claude, who featured on Andre Lodemann (Searching) as well as Japanese singer Miwaki. They also co-produced a piece with Florian’s brother, and Deep House legend, Vincenzo (Dessous, Poker Flat).
“Good solid LP of soulful sounds and late night beats to groove to.”
“Hats Off. All the songs and trax would work as single releases but even more important they do work in this long player layout. 5/5”
The Timewriter—Plastic City
—Beatport includes exclusive extended version of Interacid.
—iTunes includes exclusive acoustic version of Love Can’t Break You Down.
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Fred Everything – October 2012
1. Jimpster feat. Jinadu – These Times – Freerange
2. Kruse & Nuernberg feat. Vincenzo – Music Does The Talking – Lazy Days
3. Pete DaFeet – Hit Em Up (Pezzner Dub) – Lost My Dog
4. Nowakowski – Magenta 1 – Room With A View
5. Punky Blaster – Missin (Art Of Tones Remix) – Toolroom
6. Frederico Y Alvaro – Geometry – Loudeast
7. Roisin Murphy – Simulation (Mano Le Tough Remix) – Permanent Vacation
8. Fred Everything – Circles 2 – Drumpoet Community
9. Hot Chip – How Do You Do (Todd Terje Remix) – Domino
10. Recloose – Don’t Get Me Wrong – Delusions of Grandeur
11. Motorcitysoul – Playground (Mario Basanov Vocal remake) – Carry On
12. Magpie – Who Knows Where The Love Goes – Hypercolour