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Binary Finary talk return of club shows, Sydney’s scene & forthcoming vinyl set

Photo: Binary Finary on the decks Source: SHOT by BAZ - Basil Pantazis Photography

“Finally everyone can enjoy the music once again and let loose,” Binary Finary share their excitement ahead of their Sydney show this week.

Binary Finary are absolutely thrilled to be back performing for Sydney! Set to supercharge the stage this Saturday April 10 at Mytilenian Brotherhood of Sydney & NSW, the duo will immerse party-goers in euphoria with their marathon open-to-close vinyl set.

Their vinyl sets always guarantee a mind-blowing entrancing experience the way it’s meant to be and will have you reeling for more.

To ease the wait of their much-anticipated performance, we caught up with the legendary duo about the return of club shows, Sydney’s incredible scene and what fans can expect from their vinyl set. Here’s what that had to say…

How excited are you to perform back in Sydney without the restrictions?

Very excited now that people can Dance. We played a set back in December in Sydney when you could have only 50 people on a dancefloor, which was very hard for our venues security to manage, so now with this limited removed finally everyone can enjoy the music once again and let loose.

What can fans expect from your open to close vinyl set?

One thing with Vinyl sets is that we can play a lot more tunes that are not available digitally. We have gone through about 4000 records in the past few weeks and picked out a big pile of tunes, some of which we have never played in our Open to Close sets. I dare say there will be a lot of Spin backs.

No doubt you’ll be playing the biggest anthems in Trance history, what do you miss most about the ‘90s Trance era?

Along with the Anthems, there are also the hidden Gems. What we do miss about 90s Trance is definitely playing the tracks out at an actual event on Vinyl. It’s very rare that we can present a Vinyl set out live due to venues not being equipped for this, so given the opportunity with this event, we jumped at it, though again with equipment we have had to buy another pair of turntables just in case anything goes wrong.

What role do you think Trance music is playing right now during these trying times?

There has once again been a big shift with Trance DJs to play a lot of Classic set, especially through social media streaming platforms. What we are seeing now is the new generation of Classic Trance fans emerging and discovering the tunes. What’s also been great is seeing once again DJs playing Vinyl sets, as well as releasing limited edition Vinyl of their works.

What do you love most Sydney’s Trance community?

What’s not to love about Sydney’s scene?! One thing we love is the support of some of our Trance lovers. They are the ones who constantly share events and memories plus also are the first in the door and last to leave. We come across a few people lately who put in the dedication to support each event we have put on under our Trance Central brand.

Photo: SHOT by BAZ – Basil Pantazis Photography

Would you like to share any final words for all your die-hard Aussie fans?

Currently we are just finishing off our long awaited Artist Album of original tracks which we will be releasing both Digitally and on Vinyl. We also are working on a remixed Album from this which will have some amazing Talent on board to give their own spin on them. So a lot of new music coming up in 2021 and lots of Local Australian shows.

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

My name is Miguel, and i'm a trance addict.

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