Binary Finary launch “1998” 20th Anniversary Vinyl Project on Kickstarter


One of the biggest classics in Trance History is going to be 20 years in 2018… Binary Finary’s track “1998”! To celebrate two decades of this track, Matt Laws, Stuart Matheson & Sasha Vatoff (aka Binary Finary) decided to offer a repress of the Original Mix and the fabulous remixes from Paul van Dyk, Matt Darey and Tiesto with Ferry Coursten under their alias Gouryella.
 
Binary Finary explain in the Kickstart campaign: “1998 was the first piece of purely instrumental electronic dance music to enter the UK charts top 40. It cemented itself into history with its unique melody and uplifting energy. 20 years later it still gets crowds jumping around, hands in the air, hairs on the back of the neck standing up.
 
We thought long and hard about doing this project and it has taken quite a bit of work to get it this far. Now it is all over to you to make this project become a reality.
 
We have a pressing plant ready to go to be able to press his quality vinyl and to be able to ship this out to you safely and securely.
 
We are due to start the new remix of 1998 as soon as this project goes live and over to you, with the faith that this idea will pass its funding mark and give 1998 a true 20th birthday celebration. We are going to start the basics at our home studio.
 
Once the funding goal is reached, we employ a graphic artist to make the artwork really shine. We go into a studio to get the creatives for this new 2018 mix really going. We will employ the best mastering engineer we can find to get all the tracks mastered correctly for vinyl.”

 
Depending on the amount you want to support with, there are different kinds of rewards you can receive – starting with one Vinyl of the Record RePress up to a Limited Signed Vinyl with a new exclusive Remix of “1998”.
 
All details for the campaign can be found here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/binaryfinary/1998-20th-anniversary-vinyl-project
 
Check the campaign video here:

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