Over Easy (DJs)

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OriginNew York City, New York, U.S.
  • Dance Pop
  • Progressive House
Years active2016–Present
  • Big Beat Records (American record label)
  • Revealed Recordings
  • Mixmash Records
  • James Sullivan
  • Max Press

Over Easy is an American DJ/producer duo that makes Electronic dance music and is made up of James Sullivan and Max Press. The New York City-based duo gained popularity for their remixes, original discography & live performances. The duo is notable for their 2021 single “ Anywhere Tonight” and was released on Hardwell label imprint Revealed Recordings [1][2]. The duo has releases on Big Beat Records[3], Revealed Recordings[4], Astralwerks[5], Dim Mak Records[6] and Universal Music Group [7][8]


Sullivan grew up in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, MI, while Press grew up in Montville, New Jersey, NJ. Both families still live in their respective areas. They met each other while attending Michigan State University where they formed the Over Easy project, and graduated in 2016[9]. While at Michigan State University, Sullivan was a member of the Michigan State Baseball team from 2012-2014[10] Formerly, the duo has lived in Michigan, Chicago, and more recently New York City. The duo currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and has been there since 2018.

The duo draws inspiration from many different styles of music, including pop music, Hip hop music, rock and roll, house music and today's Electronic dance music. Some of their influences include Martin Garrix, Avicii, Calvin Harris, and Alan Walker. Sullivan and Press has garnered major support from electronic dance music staples such as Brooks (DJ), KSHMR, Two Friends (DJs), Cheat Codes (DJs), among others.

Musical Career

Over Easy has released many singles and remixes[11] for Electronic dance music labels including Warner Music Denmark|Warner Music[12], Big Beat Records (American record label)|Big Beat[3], Astralwerks[5], Revealed Recordings, Mixmash Records & Proximity.

In 2020, Over Easy began adding elements of progressive house into their music with the release of "Sleeping" together with Caitlin Linney|Linney[13]. The song was notably featured in Two Friends (DJs)|Two Friends - Big Bootie Mix 019[14]

In 2021, Over Easy played the main stage at Electric Zoo[15]


  1. "Over Easy | Biography". Anywhere Tonight. Retrieved April 23, 2021.
  2. Marcano, Maria (2021-04-26). "Dastic, Over Easy & TwoDB Join Forces for "Anywhere Tonight" ft. Linney via Revealed Recordings". The Nocturnal Times. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Atlantic Records Ekali - Back to You (feat. Kiiara) [Over Easy Remix]". Atlantic Records Official Website. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  4. Dastic, twoDB & Over Easy Feat. Linney - Anywhere Tonight, retrieved 2022-06-20
  5. 5.0 5.1 Times, The Nocturnal (2021-03-12). "Over Easy Remixes Young Bomb's "Wrong Side Of Love" ft. Darius Rucker". The Nocturnal Times. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  6. "Aviella's "Like It How It Is" Receives A Collection Of 2022 Remixes – Enigma Online". Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  7. "iEDM Radio Episode 284: Over Easy". iedm.com. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  8. "OVER EASY Speaks About Rocking The EZOO Stage And Their Passion For Music". EDMNOMAD. 2021-09-10. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  9. Adamchak, Jason. "Over Easy Designs Euphoric Club Mix". EDM.com - The Latest Electronic Dance Music News, Reviews & Artists.
  10. "James Sullivan - Baseball". Michigan State University Athletics.
  11. "Over Easy music download - Beatport". www.beatport.com. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  12. Varvaro, Chris (2019-09-25). "Over Easy & J12 Take a Remix Spin on "Need You" by Faustix". The Nocturnal Times. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  13. Smith, Dylan (2020-09-30). "OverEasy, Linney, And Wyle Team Up On The Stellar 'Sleeping'!". EDM House Network. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  14. 1001Tracklists. "Two Friends - Big Bootie Mix 019 2021-05-03". 1001Tracklists. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  15. "OVER EASY Speaks About Rocking The EZOO Stage And Their Passion For Music". EDMNOMAD. 2021-09-10. Retrieved 2022-06-20.

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