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Here (Now) - A 2020 Space Disco Odyssey
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Back in 2003, Fred Everything was signDeep House ed to Ralph Lawson’s 20:20 Vision and released two albums as well as many singles and remixes on the label. In between those two albums, he released a single called 'Over You'. But it was the B-Side 'Here (Now)' that seemed to have captured people’s imaginations. One of it's biggest fans was Ian Pooley, who has always told Fred that this was the best track he ever made. Fast forward to the end of 2019, when Ian did a feature for Telekom Electronic Beats about his top 5 B-Side tracks. 'Here (Now)' was indeed in there, making its Discogs price explode to up to 100 euros for the original EP!

After a quick search in his archive, Fred found the original Cubase file of the session and was able to open it exactly as it was in Logic. Magic happened when unused parts were discovered, like a cello session completely forgotten, which sparked the idea for a new version, extending the original with overdubs from his collection of synths : Prophet, Minimoog, Solina and analog effects -- Space Echo, Moogerfooger Delay and Small Stone Phaser as well as live percussion and claps.

Having recently signed an EP to Prins Thomas’ Internasjonal label, under his All Is Well alias, Fred invited him to remix 'Here (Now)'. The result is a 10-minute space disco journey like only Prins Thomas can do, incorporating elements from both 2003 and 2020 versions.


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A 2020 Space Disco Odyssey Version
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Last FM Information on Fred Everything

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Born In Hull and raised in Quebec City, Fred Everything moved to Montreal in 1996. He was then working at Montreal’s institution Inbeat Records and secured himself residencies in the city’s top clubs. Signed his first record to DIY Discs in 1996 and started traveling internationally. Was the first Montreal DJ to make it big outside Canada. In fact, on his first trip to the UK in 1997, Fred’s set at the Sub Club was cited best set of In the City Music conference by DJ Magazine. Has toured the globe performing at such legendary and exotic venues as Fabric in London, Stereo in Montreal, El Divino in Ibiza, Lov.e in Sao Paulo, Propaganda in Moscow and a new residency at Club Next Door in Hawaii He’s a regular at the Miami Winter Music Conference performing alongside Mark Farina, King Britt and Francois Kevorkian and has recently played on the OM records float @ the San Francsico Love Parade Back in the rave days, Fred was known for playing sets that would go from house, to techno and even drum and bass hence his Everything pseudonym. Originally he was called DJ Everything which eventually changed to Fred Everything. 20:20 Vision Head honcho Ralph Lawson considers him to be one of the best house DJ’s on the planet. Has released original material and remixes on top labels such as: 20:20 Vision, Om Records (remixes of Kaskade, and Afro-Mystik), Turbo, Grand Royal (remix of Bran Van 3000 with Curtis Mayfield), Bombay (remix of Derrick Carter), Defected (remix of IZ and Diz), Compost, Feerange, not to mention cheeky re-edits of Missy Elliot and Erykah Badhu. His 2 artist albums: “Under The Sun” (2000) and “Light Of Day” (2004), both on 20:20 Vision, have been acclaimed by the press, the latest being quoted as “The Best Album of The Year” by iDJ Magazine. Released 3 mix cds: “Disconnection” (InMix 1997), “DJSET-01” on (Intonation 2001), and “House of Om” (Om Records, Nov 22nd) followed by an EP “Soulmates” (Om Records TBA) Released a collection of his best remixes titled ‘From The Deep’ (Bombay 2002) Throws a monthly Lazy Days (his own label) party at Salon Daome in Montreal. It looks and feels like an apartment, it’s actually a studio during the day. Very much a New York party kinda vibe. Video for "Revolution" (from Under the Sun) aired on MTV worldwide and was licensed for a number of their reality shows like Making the Video and Newly Weds. Collaborated with: AtJazz, Mark Bell, Miguel Graca, Toka Project, Joseph Malik, Karl The Voice, Heather, Roy Davis Jr, Andy Caldwell, Jt Donaldson, Lance DeSardi, The New Mastersounds, and Tortured Soul. Tracks have appeared on over 100 compilations worldwide by people like Danny Tennaglia, Steve Lawler, Danny Howells, Terry Lee Brown Jr, and Hipp-e and Halo. *taken from Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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