Lazy Sundays 02

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.


Sean Peterson

Sean Peterson

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Residing as OTB's social media fanatic, Sean posts up at the beach in New Jersey. He eats, sleeps, and breathes techno, tech house, deep house, and g-house (but well-versed in the majority of electronic genres). His favorite producers are Nicole Moudaber, Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Luciano, Victor Calderone, Chris Liebing, Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, Guy Gerber, Filterheadz, Gary Beck, Harvey McKay, UMEK, and many many many more.
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