As we approach our 50th release, Fred Everything delivers a new double A Side EP.
(We Lost) The Night opens up the EP in pure Lazy Days tradition with crisp analog synths and hooky bass line topped with various vocal samples. Take A Rest takes on a Dubbier approach with 2 versions, including a version recorded live in the studio on an MPC-3000, Eventide pedals, RE-201 and Midas board.

Written & Produced in San Francisco. Mastering by Martin Iveson (Atjazz) in Derby.
Release Date : September 29th 2014

Support by : Tensnake, Jimpster, Miguel Puente, Sasha, Jozif, Honey Soundsystem, Jacques Renault, Shur-I-Kan, Lay-Far, Giom, Mark Farina, Til Von Sein, Art Of Tones, Luca Bacchetti, Tobias Koch, Jay West, Robert Owens, Dubfire, Mihai Popoviciu, Johnny Fiasco, Hollis P Monroe, Danny Howells, Show-B, Homework, The Revenge, Nacho Marco…

Radio/Blog : Radio1, Kiss FM, 6AM at the Garage, Tillate Magazine, DIFM, DJ Broadcast, You FM Clubnight, Afterhours Radio Show FM, Diversions Radio, Party Groove Radio (Italy), Ibiza Sonica, Tunnel FM (Radio SE), Different Radio F, Freaks Radio Show (Greece), Club Worldradio (UK), Ibiza Global Radio

It’s a great pleasure to be able to welcome these two legends on their first ever collaboration together. Matthias has already released 2 singles with us, Under The Radar and Barrique & Shrulliver as MVIP, together with Ian Pooley.
As both trained pianists, Matthias with Re:Jazz and his own Matthias Vogt trio and Satoshi who previously toured with Ryuichi Sakamoto, they deliver two songs showcasing non only their common musicality but also their love for the Motor City. Early support from : Laurent Garnier, Luke Solomon, Shur-I-Kan, Roberto Rodriguez, Brett Johnson, Nacho Marco and Danny Howells.
Release date May 19th 2014.

Yello Bosich Fred everything

A few years ago, when parts for Bostich were made available, I decided to have a go at my own remix of it. The result came out on a vinyl only release. Here’s your chance to get a digital copy of it, to thank you for the 20k Likes on my Facebook page. It’s for a limited time so, better hurry up. For the Dub lovers, you can still hunt the Vinyl for the B-Side version.

Marc depulse no need to worry

Here’s my first Remix of the year for Noir Music. I met Noir in Amsterdam at ADE this past october. Our meeting led quickly to our first collaboration, a remix for Marc De Pulse feat. Montreal’s Hollis P Monroe and Overnite. I already knew Hollis from my hometown and was very happy to see his recent return to the music scene after an extended hiatus. I had lots of fun working on this Remix and playing it out at my recent gigs. Hope you like it.


Podcast 37


Happy New Year,
here’s the new Lazy Days Podcast 37


1.Roberto Rodriguez – Loving Me, Loving You – Lazy Days
2.Paolo Rocco – I Know You Wanna Say It
3.Leigh D Oliver – Blood Will Never Heal That Wound (Max Graef Remix) – Large
4.Ame – Den Ratta feat. Vulkano (EDIT) – Innervisions
5.Cocolores feat. Pheonix Martin – Inside (Til Von Sein Remix) – Dirt Crew
6.Jazzanova feat. Ben Westbeech – I Can See (Konstantin Sibold Remix) – Objektivity
7.Crazy P – Virtuality – Future Boogie
8.Detroit Swindle – Huh, What – Dirt Crew
9.Kaytronik – Belined
10.Marc De Pulse ft. Hollis P Monroe & Overnite – No Need To Worry (Fred Everything’s Lazy Dub) – Noir
11.No Regular Play – El Dorado (Jacques Renault Remix) – Wolf + Lamb
12.Cristoph – Big H (Nacho Marco Remix) – Nordic Trax
13.Marcus Worgull – Lenoix – Innervisions
14.Mount Kimbie – Made To Stray (Dj Koze Remix) – Warp


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.


Lazy Dubs Sessions


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

Lazy Days Podcast 31


Lazy Days Podcast 31
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

Australian Tour


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.