Lazy Days Recordings | Label Profile

 

Sophistication isn’t a thing I think of with many record labels. There’s a few that fit within that category for me; Atjazz, Compost Black Label, Oh! Records Stockholm, Be Adult Music, Freerange and Lazy Days Recordings spring to mind. Labels you feel educate as well as entertain. Record labels who you feel you should be listening to!

 

Lazy Days is of course the label owned a run by Fred Everything. Founded in Montreal back in 2005, primarily as an outlet for his own creative productions without the hassle of dealing with other labels. It’s name comes from a beach bar in beautiful Grenada in the Caribbeans that Fred had taken a photo of years before the birth of the label and always liked the sentiment, plus it mirrored his desire to take it easy and work on things at his own pace.

 

It’s mission was simple, release a wide range timeless and classic House music with focus on quality Artwork and mastering. What started as a side project quickly became a full time focus and brought Lazy Days to the forefront of House labels worldwide.

 

The label relocated to San Francisco in 2007, Lazy Days turned to Europe producers to further their sound and to solidify the bridge between US and Europe House with producers like Shur-I-Kan, Lovebirds, AtJazz and Kruse & Nuernberg.

 

Lazy Days went on to host its own parties around the world to places like Montreal, Miami (WMC), Hawaii and London (Fabric). The label also started its own monthly Podcast series, mixed by Fred Everything.

 

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Lazy Days Recordings | Label Profile

 

Sophistication isn’t a thing I think of with many record labels. There’s a few that fit within that category for me; Atjazz, Compost Black Label, Oh! Records Stockholm, Be Adult Music, Freerange and Lazy Days Recordings spring to mind. Labels you feel educate as well as entertain. Record labels who you feel you should be listening to!

 

Lazy Days is of course the label owned a run by Fred Everything. Founded in Montreal back in 2005, primarily as an outlet for his own creative productions without the hassle of dealing with other labels. It’s name comes from a beach bar in beautiful Grenada in the Caribbeans that Fred had taken a photo of years before the birth of the label and always liked the sentiment, plus it mirrored his desire to take it easy and work on things at his own pace.

 

It’s mission was simple, release a wide range timeless and classic House music with focus on quality Artwork and mastering. What started as a side project quickly became a full time focus and brought Lazy Days to the forefront of House labels worldwide.

 

The label relocated to San Francisco in 2007, Lazy Days turned to Europe producers to further their sound and to solidify the bridge between US and Europe House with producers like Shur-I-Kan, Lovebirds, AtJazz and Kruse & Nuernberg.

 

Lazy Days went on to host its own parties around the world to places like Montreal, Miami (WMC), Hawaii and London (Fabric). The label also started its own monthly Podcast series, mixed by Fred Everything.

 

Lazy Days Recordings | Label Profile

 

Sophistication isn’t a thing I think of with many record labels. There’s a few that fit within that category for me; Atjazz, Compost Black Label, Oh! Records Stockholm, Be Adult Music, Freerange and Lazy Days Recordings spring to mind. Labels you feel educate as well as entertain. Record labels who you feel you should be listening to!

 

Lazy Days is of course the label owned a run by Fred Everything. Founded in Montreal back in 2005, primarily as an outlet for his own creative productions without the hassle of dealing with other labels. It’s name comes from a beach bar in beautiful Grenada in the Caribbeans that Fred had taken a photo of years before the birth of the label and always liked the sentiment, plus it mirrored his desire to take it easy and work on things at his own pace.

 

It’s mission was simple, release a wide range timeless and classic House music with focus on quality Artwork and mastering. What started as a side project quickly became a full time focus and brought Lazy Days to the forefront of House labels worldwide.

 

The label relocated to San Francisco in 2007, Lazy Days turned to Europe producers to further their sound and to solidify the bridge between US and Europe House with producers like Shur-I-Kan, Lovebirds, AtJazz and Kruse & Nuernberg.

 

Lazy Days went on to host its own parties around the world to places like Montreal, Miami (WMC), Hawaii and London (Fabric). The label also started its own monthly Podcast series, mixed by Fred Everything.