24HOV Mixes – Montreal Edition: FRED EVERYTHING
(Photo by Bruno Destombes)
Recorded live in Montreal in February 2016 at the Bleury Vinyl Bar for the 14th edition of the 24 Hours of Vinyl project.
This one comes from our good friend, and bona fide Canadian house music legend, FRED EVERYTHING. The set was a great way to celebrate his return to Montreal after living in San Francisco for many years. We’re glad to have him back!
Bio – FRED EVERYTHING (Lazy Days Records)
Fred Everything has been a driving force in the House music world for over twenty years with a discography of over 200 releases on some of the best reputed labels including 2020 Vision, Om, Freerange, Tsuba, Get Physical, Local Talk, Drumpoet Community, Buzzin Fly, and of course his own Lazy Days Recordings, which he has been running for ten years. A staple in the Deep House genre long before its rise in popularity, Fred is known for his versatility and tight production, shining as much when working with full vocals as with stripped down dubs.
His collaborations and remixes have included: N’Dea Davenport from The Brand New Heavies, Meshell Ndegeocello, Curtis Mayfield, Tortured Soul, Atjazz, Corrine Bailey Rae and Jazzanova on labels such as Defected, Compost, Classic, Strictly Rhythm, Sonar Kollektiv and countless others. As an in demand DJ, Fred continues to travel the world relentlessly, gracing the decks of some of the best clubs and festivals from London to Cape Town, Sydney to Tokyo, Ibiza to Moscow. Equally at home on a big stage or an intimate venue, Fred Everything’s sets always rise to the occasion: precise and energetic while always keeping that element of surprise.