DJ Sabrina delivers 8 minutes of pure euphoria in her new single

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DJ Sabrina delivers 8 minutes of pure euphoria in her new single

It was not enough for DJ Sabrina the Teenage DJ to have published a 4-hour album made up of more than 40 songs and tonight she released a new single on Bandcamp, Soundcloud and YouTube (although not on Spotify) totally unrelated to that album.

‘Destiny’ is the Album of the Week, but today it’s time to talk about ‘Anything Lost (Can Be Found Again)’. Like DJ Sabrina the Teenage DJ’s best songs, “Anything Lost” captures all the euphoria in the world in eight overwhelming minutes, as unrecognizable are the vocal samples that play throughout the recording. WhoSampled is rubbing his hands together.

In the journey of ‘Anything Lost (Can Be Found Again)’ you hear influences from French disco, space synthesizers, funk, trumpets and vocoders, as well as voices of people talking; and all these sounds sound subject to an absolutely relentless dance rhythm that leaves several climaxes along the way. ‘Anything Lost (Can Be Found Again)’ sounds like the recording of a big party held in outer space.

The London duo – made up of siblings DJ Sabrina and Salem – joke that their music sounds “all the same”, but this can’t be a bad thing at all when the group is able to create songs as powerful as this one, which make you feel forget all the evils of the world.

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