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Egyptian trance duo Aly&Fila to rock Ha Noi

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Egyptian trance music duo Aly&Fila is set to rock Ha Noi on Friday.

VietNamNet Bridge – The Egyptian trance music duo Aly&Fila is set to rock Ha Noi on Friday.



The Egyptian trance music duo Aly&Fila is coming to rock Ha Noi on Friday -- File photo



The party is expected to fuse the feel of a large-scale festival with a unique intimate atmosphere and connection to the stage and performers.

The duo comprises Aly Amr Fathalah (aka Aly) and Fadi Wassef Naguib (aka Fila). They host an Internet radio show called Future Sound of Egypt. In 2011, their track We Control The Sunlight, which featured Jwaydan Moyine was chosen as Tune of the Year on Armin Van Buuren's show A State of Trance.

Aly&Fila is currently ranked No. 28 in the DJ magazine, among the top 100 DJs in the world, ranking consistently in the top 30 of this list every year since 2008.

They delight crowds, now numbered annually in the millions, bringing their inimitable sound to the world's most prestigious clubs and festivals. Named by Bandsintown as the most active musical act in the world for 2014, the duo has visited a staggering 46 countries.

Trance is a genre of electronic dance music that developed in the 1990s in Germany. A trance refers to a state of hypnotism and heightened consciousness. While this kind of music is still very new in Vietnam, the show is expected to receive the support of Ha Noi fans.

The festivities will begin at 6pm on Friday at Eden Garden, located at 264 Au Co, Tay Ho District.



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