SO good. Always awesome to watch an artist develop and step into their own. With this original Final DJs come of age. Heartfelt vocals, that synthy goodness we would expect and just enough filtered bounce to bring it all together. Like a triumphant anthem to a sci-fi feature from the 80s. By 3:30…you are all in. Keep your eyes on Final DJs.Expect good things. Binary Approves.
I can do it if you want me too… BASS. Space synth, flourishes and delay, a straight forward groove and a lush full sound. Final DJs introduce a resonating bass to accompany the atmospheric bliss symphonics that stirs something emo deep inside, beyond that its a tune and its freaking friday. Check a check it out. Kovary feat. Tamas Morocz – Black and Green (Final DJs Remix)
Let the synthwave take you out to sea, let the “deep galactic” sounds take you on a space adventure, and let the driving disco vibes take you on the ride of your life. Then return to earth and plot your next voyage. Excellent job mates. Binary approves
Germany’s Final DJs are at it again. This disco duo consisting of Thomas and Basti have been DJing since 1995 and in 2010 they decided to start producing music. Inspired by Giorgio Moroder, Herbie Hancock, Tangerine Dream, and modern synth house music, they’ve weaved in and out of different styles with their own music, trying out techno, disco, and house music.
Their new EP, Flash in the Night, gives the listener a taste of neon Los Angeles nights with flavours of sax and italo. Turn up your volume, and get on the floor, cause you’ll be grooving to these 80s Euro beats.
Final DJs and Gin Joints. City nights EP. Out Now! Great release, this showed up in my inbox and really grabbed me. At this point I have come to accept that I am going to be feeling the sounds that Final DJs come up with, having said that there are some that I am more partial to. This Ep represents some of their best work so far. Each remix adds a slightly different but worthy in its own right version. The original is tight. Final DJs // Gin Joints. Get up on it. Happy Wednesday.
Say what you want about the 80s (cheesier than Jarlsberg) but people got down. In a weird way, a lot of dance music owes itself to the 80s, which encouraged people to let go, dance all night (thanks, drugs), and just rock out to music with unabashed corniness. Michael McDonald’s “Sweet Freedom” (1986) is as solid an example of the 80s and their offbeat sensibilities as there is.
Along with 90’s R&B–of which we’ve seen plenty lately)–80’s “soft rock” provides ironically perfect vocal samples for the disco game. Final DJs knows this, and they chose to reworks Michael McDonald’s plucky, catchy-as-hell Zubaz-laden ode to democracy.
William Wallace approves. The effort has got all those summery disco vibe: solid progression, standard hand claps, and a swell flow make it a nice addition to your poolside playlists, especially if your parents and you share the same poolside.
The song also gives me fair reason to direct you to another track from the vault that samples the same song: Paul’s phenomenal “Shine Sweet Freedom.”
Paul should teach a course in sampling (if he doesn’t already). The guy’s music is kind of impossible to find, but his chunes are definitely some hidden, sapphire treasures of the internet. And if you’re friends with Paul, be a pal and go buy him a premium SoundCloud package, so he can put back up a lot of hits like this dandy of a panty dropper: