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Lazy Sundays squad, we out here! I hope you were able to enjoy some live grooves this weekend. The 37th episode of Lazy Sundays features two LEGENDARY b2b sets, a classic from Hardwell & Dannic, some tech house heat, and old school fire. It's time to get it going, so kick back and press play.  

Delgado - Block Rocks (Original Mix)

"Back with another one of those block rockin' beats!" We kick off Lazy Sundays this week with a tech house bomb that is going to light WMC and Miami ON FIRE! Delgado makes his debut on Toolroom Records with 'Block Rocks', which has been supported by Mark Knight, Roger Sanchez, and DJ Sneak to name a few. This funky, high energy take on the often remixed classic from The Chemical Brothers will dominate 2014. Get used to hearing this during the upcoming festival season.  

Christopher Groove Vs Brothers Vibe - El Baile (Vocal Mix)

Me gusta mucho. I just heard this for the first time yesterday in Carl Cox - Global 569 (which features Cox's never before aired set from El Salvador back in 2007). 'El Baile' has been one of the most played acapellas in years, supported by Carl Cox, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, and other top names in tech house. Juan Pachanga sets up the common pick up scene at club as the Latin rhythm and piano solo take you in and keep you grooving for just over 11 minutes.  

Filterheadz – Atlantic (Original Mix)

Miami is right around the corner. What better way to bring the warm air and dope vibes than with that signature Filterheadz sound?  

Old School Fire: Filter & The Crystal Method – (Can't You) Trip Like I Do 

A handful of you (hopefully all of you) will remember this track. Filter reworked the classic original from The Crystal Method for the 1997 film adaptation of the Spawn comic book series. '(Can't You) Trip Like I Do' is the opening song on the film's soundtrack release, Spawn: The Albumand is heard in the credits.  

Pendulum Vs Sub Focus – Sidius Mix 2005

What thoughts come to mind when you see Pendulum Vs Sub Focus? Their Sidius Mix back in August of 2005 is an outstanding representation of all that is drum and bass. Enjoy bassheads.  

Wolfgang Gartner - Wolfgang’s 5th Symphony (Original Mix)

Wolfgang Gartner's masterpiece rework with samples from Ludwig Van Beethoven's 'Symphony No. 5' was one of the initial tracks that welcomed me into electronic dance music. This was a pretty solid negotiation piece to keep me entrenched and still here almost four years later.  

Hardwell & Dannic – Kontiki (Original Mix)

'Kontiki' is STILL one of the best house tracks, almost two years after its release. Released back in April 2012, 'Kontiki' was one of the eye-opening tracks that slowly laid the foundation for Hardwell's eventual ascension to the top last year. Dannic should not be overlooked in this collaboration, as many feel that his signature sound dominates for the majority of 'Kontiki'.  

Old School Fire: Enya – Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)

I just had to throw this in here. When you're exhausted, and looking for some low key vibes, Enya is a solid go-to. 'Orinoco Flow' was released in 1988, and enjoyed massive success around the world, especially in the early 1990s.  

Eric Prydz & Adam Beyer - EXIT Festival 2009 [FREE DOWNLOAD]

We wrap up Lazy Sundays this week with my all-time favorite b2b set. Yes, Eric Prydz and Adam Beyer really did go back-to-back  at EXIT Festival in Serbia in July 2009. Yes, it's every bit as LEGENDARY as it sounds, x10000000000000000000. The best part is you can download for FREE and go for scenic drives with the perfect ammo. This would be the collaboration that I would want to see happen again, above anything else. I hope the timing will be perfect, and I can see it go down live :)   As always, thank you for tuning into Lazy Sundays! I hope the experience brings you back here again next week. Which tracks or sets would you like to see featured in future episodes of Lazy Sundays? Please let me know! Comment below or reach out to me on Twitter (@PetersonOTB). You can also email me at   Adios amigos!   Check out ALL Lazy Sundays here.