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FiNE Provide 333 Sessions With An Uplifting Set Of Melodic Afro House

They are twins that were raised in Australia before moving to America.

FiNE have remixed music by Paul Oakenfold and released original tracks on Recovery Collective.

FiNE are two brothers with close ties to the Australian club scene after they grew up in the country before moving to Los Angeles in America.

Not only do they share DNA, they also share a passion for electronic music and their style ranges from melodic house/techno to Afro house.

They are talented producers who made their debut remixing a track by Paul Oakenfold and Aloe Blacc, before going on to produce original music for labels such as UGENIUS.

Most recently they dropped a new EP on Australian record label Recovery Collective which featured remixes by Jack Colletta, K.A.L.I.L. and Elliott Creed who recently featured on Flow Music’s record label.

When it comes to DJing they are masters at building tension and working the crowd into a frenzy of excitement as they switch between moods and mesmerise with their seamless mixing.

This extended 3-hour and 33-minute set is an epic journey full of Afro rhythms and uplifting synths.

Words From The Artist: “We’re hugely privileged to present this 3 hour, 33 minute and 33 seconds mix, one of the rare moments we can put a spotlight on the depth of our record library to date. So often when playing peaktime sets, it becomes difficult to fit in less energetic or slower BPM gems. With our roots in Southern Africa, this is where we wanted to begin. In modern times, as Afro House has gained more commercial appeal, it’s become commonplace to include beautiful vocal toplines over a strong Afro trackbed. Some of the earlier tracks remind us of our favourite moments watching the sunrise on a Safari in the middle of the bush in Botswana. As the set progresses, so does the energy level, becoming akin to a typical peak time FiNE set around the 2 hour mark. For us, song selection is everything, and our sets are known for taking listeners on a rollercoaster of emotions. The backend of the set turns nostalgic, finishing with some of our all time favourites ‘Innerbloom’ by Rüfüs Du Sol and a secret weapon Afro House remix of ‘Hold My Liquor’ by Kanye West. Of course, we included some originals too including our upcoming releases ‘Check Mate’ and ‘Cloud 9’ on one of our favourite labels, Recovery Collective, based in Melbourne, Australia.”


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