Aly & Fila will celebrate FSOE 700 with a special show from Los Angeles tomorrow

The Egyptian duo celebrates together the 500 releases of the label and the 700 episodes of Future Sound of Egypt with an unmissable virtual set

Everything is ready tomorrow, for the most famous Egyptian electronic music duo, to celebrate the 700 milestone of Future Sound Of Egypt, both the label and the radioshow, for years among the reference points of trance lovers.

Although the first live show with the crowd are starting to be allowed and many are scheduled from next summer onwards, at the moment these events are mainly used for testing purposes, to understand if infections are possible in countries, such as UK, where the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the massive vaccination campaign, has suffered finally, a strong setback.

Consequently at least for the next few weeks many events will continue in streaming and Aly & Fila invite us tomorrow evening to attend a special three-hour virtual show to celebrate FSOE 700 live from Los Angeles from 9 PM to 12 PM CET which can be followed from the Youtube, Twitch and Facebook: the Egyptian duo promises an evening – as usual – of real uplifting music and during the event the anthem will be played for the first time to celebrate the 700 episodes of the radio program.

Needless to say, the duo still carries with them the resounding success of last year’s song, consecrated as “Tune Of The Year 2020” in A State Of Trance radioshow and “Wonder Of The Year 2020”, of course, in Future Sound Of Egypt, “Somebody Loves You” with Plumb, and the success of many other incredible tracks of recent years: and in fact, to keep the enthusiasm high, Paul Thomas recently remixed “Somebody Loves You” in a fantastic progressive key and on May 7, concurrently with the label’s 500-release series, gardenstate will release their remix of the smashing “It’s All About The Melody”, another huge 2019 Aly & Fila hit, that promises to be exciting:


Tomorrow, we will be able to listen to this and many other songs then, celebrating distant but united (not for long, we imagine) FSOE700: not to be missed !

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