Lazy Sunday has arrived again, finally. What a tiring week that was. I've been looking forward to this week's edition of Lazy Sundays. Once again, I am posting a combination of old and new tracks that I love and want to share with everyone to achieve the true state of "Lazy Sundays." Enjoy.
John Digweed - Homelands Essential Mix 2001
This is one of my favorite live sets of all-time. John Digweed has been around for what seems like forever. Techno fans will definitely appreciate this. Check it out.
Henry Fong & Toby Green - Revival
'Revival' was on the latest Hardwell On Air 112 podcast that comes out every Friday. I had to include this new track coming out. I'm really digging this.
Dhillon - Nightswatch
If you know about Jeremy Olander, pat yourself on the back. You've won 5 brownie points in the Electronic Dance Music world. 'Let Me Feel' has put Olander on the map finally. The Eric Prydz understudy is a genius. Olander has a techno alias that's a little more under the radar, Dhillon. I've chosen to highlight 'Nightswatch'.
Dash Berlin w/ Band of Horses - The Funeral
'The Funeral' sounds nothing like what you'd expect to hear when you listen to it for the first time. Whenever 'The Funeral' is dropped in a set, it propels the event and the crowd into a whole other level. This isn't officially released, and I don't know if it ever will be. Big ups to this rework though.
Plastik Funk & Tujamo - Who (Victor Niglio Festival Trap Remix)
If you listen to trap music and haven't heard of Victor Niglio yet, he just released a massive trap remix that you'll be sure to enjoy. I'm not a fan of trap music, but I'm always game to listen to a Victor Niglio track. Victor is most noted for his Showtek & Justin Prime - Cannonball (Carnage & Victor Niglio Festival Trap Remix), and regularly appears on the Sirius XM "Electric Area'" airwaves. His latest festival trap remix of the catchy Plastik Funk & Tujamo - Who is another prime example of why Victor isn't going anywhere but up.
Calvin Harris - I'm Not Alone (Deadmau5 Remix)
This is the perfect remix to kick back to. I hope I'm bringing back some nostalgia for you.
Armin van Buuren - Going Wrong (Sean Tyas Remix)
If there is ever a moment you need to turn to music to help cope with stress, a recent loss, etc., then I strongly recommend putting this on. Armin and Sean Tyas on the same track is bound to spell something special.
Arty, Matisse & Sadko - Trio
The final track this week is an old favorite of mine that never fails to uplift. I feel that 'Trio' has flown under the radar since it was released back in March 2012. If there were ever a more fitting track to "ride off into the sunset" to, 'Trio' would be my calling. That melody though.
That does it for this week folks. Have a fun, productive week. We'll see you again next Sunday. Cheers.