Fred Everything was raised in Quebec, Canada, and a love for the flowering acid house and electronica sounds of the early 90s led him to forge a career in the music scene. His DJ career soon stepped out of Canada and into Europe, where he has played extensively over the years, and as a producer, Fred has released his music on labels like 2020 Vision, Shaboom, Large, Om Records and Drumpoet Community.

He set up his Lazy Days Recordings label in 2005, an imprint not only for his own music, but contributions from the likes of JT Donaldson, Atjazz, Art Of Tones and Brett Johnson.

So, with a wealth of experience behind him, expect a super slick selection of music this week.

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Cycle tracklist:
1.Harvey Sutherland “Bermuda” MCDE
2.ESA & Mervin Granger “Bontas” (Live Mix) Local Talk
3.S3A “Theuz Hamtaak” Uncanny Valley
4.Discrete “Mind & Body” Get Physical
5.Jimpster “English Rose” Freerange
6.Giom “Night Strong” Supremus
7.Onas Nenor “I Love You” (Andres Remix) Strictly Rhythm
8.Medlar & Dan Shake “Walk” (Soulphiction Remix) Delusions of Grandeur
9.Avidus “Heptachord” (Til Von Sein Remix) Empore Music
10.Hunee “Rare Happiness” Rush Hour
11.St-Germain “Real Blues” (Atjazz Stay Tuned Remix) Parlophone
12.Fred Everything feat. Jinadu “Searching” (Jazzuelle Remix) Lazy Days

Source track list:
1.The Undisputed Truth “Cosmic Contact” Whitfield Records
2.Quincy Jones “Walking In Space” A&M
3.Marvin Gaye “T Plays it Cool” Tamla
4.Massive Attack “Be Thankful” (Paul Oakenfold Remix) Wild Bunch
5.Incognito “Out Of The Storm” (C’s Planet E Special Mix) Talkin Loud
6.Herbie Hancock “Starts In Your Eyes” Columbia
7.Bobbie Humphrey “San Francisco Lights” Blue Note
8.Orange “Le Jus” FNAC
10.Pieter Nooten & Micheal Brook “Searching” 4AD
11.The Black Dog “Cost ||” General Production

Source To Cycle by Fred Everything