Frédéric Blais has for many years been one of the top talents amongst Canada’s dancefloor focused producers with his work under the Fred Everything guise which has appeared on 2020 Vision, Get Physical, Pets Recordings and Strictly Rhythm. Now dropping another long player, this time on the Lazy Day Recordings imprint, Fred serves up 12 tunes of hot ‘n steamy funky house. The album delivers smooth, softened synth work, beautiful electronic chord patterns and on some tracks even bares
mainroom house grooves. Amongst the tracks you will also find contributions from Franky Selector, Jinadu, and Hot Toddy. This is absolutely a record for the fans of that nostalgically tinged house and funk hybrid which is making a rise on both radio and DJ charts.
Where to start:
‘Once In A Million’ – Smooth basslines and vocoders
‘Un Dimanche Apres-Midi’ – Silky pads combined with delayed bass tones
‘Same Old Sound’ – Romantic chords and Hot Toddy
Previous from Fred Everything:
Fred Everything – Re-Works (2015, R2 Records)
Fred Everything – Lost Together (2008, Om Records)
If you like this then check out:
Miguel Migs – Dim Division (2014, Soul Heaven Records)
Atjazz – That Something Else! (2017, Atjazz Record Co.)
Fred Everything – Long Way Home is out now on Lazy Day Recordings.