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Check out this DJ Mag Interview w/ Aly & Fila:
Style: “Uplifting, euphoric driving trance.”
Best known for: “Future Sound of Egypt record label, radio show and events.”
Tune of the year: “Simon O' Shine & Sergey Nevone ‘Apprehension (Aly & Fila Mix)’.
Have DJs' fees got out of hand?: “It always depends on the market you are addressing.”
Has dance music become the new pop?: “Depends what genre of dance music. Our own style is dance music, and not pop.”
If you could be any animal, what would you be?: “Lions, to organise the jungle we are living in.”
Should DJs do "heart hands": “We have done it a couple of times when the crowd have been doing it to us while on stage, we feel that it would be not nice to return it back to them.”
Do DJs have a duty to speak out about drugs?: "While it’s not a duty, whenever you can you should give advice that they [the fans] can still enjoy the music without risking their lives.”
What would be on your fantasy rider?: “We are happy with the rider we have, no need to make the promoter’s life hard.”
Egyptian trance titans Aly & Fila released their second artist album this year, ‘Quiet Storm’.
“We’re really happy with the feedback it has received,” they tell DJ Mag. 2013 also saw their radio show, Future Sound of Egypt, reach its 300th broadcast in August, and to celebrate this landmark they hosted five big FSOE 300 events worldwide. These took place in Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Mexico City, Amsterdam, Buenos Aires and Prague and included live broadcasts of each event from the FSOE 300 Broadcast Centre. 2014 will see them celebrate FSOE 350 with more events.
The last 12 months has also seen them release several singles including Aly & Fila vs John O'Callaghan ‘Vapourize’, Aly & Fila feat Chris Jones ‘Running Out of Time’, Aly & Fila feat Sue McLaren ‘Mysteries Unfold’ and Aly & Fila vs Fady & Mina ‘The Journey (FSOE 300 Anthem)’. They kept their hands in remixing too, released tracks on their Future Sound Of Egypt label every fortnight and DJed in many countries.
“We have been very fortunate to meet so many amazing people, fans and clubbers and also to have visited so many amazing places,” they say."