Global Deejays ( Global Playboys, Ravers on Dope ) is an Austrian DJ duo playing a melodic electro house .
|Genre||electro house , progressive house|
|Years||2004 to present|
|Label||Superstar Records , Out Of Line , Metropolis Records|
|Composition||DJ Taylor ( Konrad Schreyvogl )|
FLOw ( Florian Schreyvogl )
Consists of brothers DJ Taylor (Konrad Schreifogl - Konrad Schreyvogl) and FLOw (Florian Schreifogl - Florian Schreyvogl). Until the end of 2006, the group included DJ Mikkel (Mikkel Christensen - Mikkel Christensen) and vocalist Marie Geidel (Marie Geidel). The first 3 singles became very popular in Europe , in particular in Russia and Ukraine .
Their song “ The Sound of San Francisco ” uses samples from the 1967 song “ The Summer of Love ,” “ San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair), ” written by John Philips . In 2005, Global Deejays received MTV Award and Eska. On April 12, 2008, Global Deejays first performed in San Francisco .
Conrad and Florian Schreivogl
The band members are the Austrians Conrad and Florian Schreifogl. Before the formation of Global Deejays, the brothers worked under their own names DJ Taylor & FLOw, creating techno and rave music. In 1998, they released their first single, “Work.” However, real success came to them after the release of the single " Gott Tanzte " which contained elements of prayers from the Bible . In October 2000, the maxi-single was released in the United States and brought them worldwide success. The second impetus in their career was the release of their debut album Die Unbekannte Dimension, as well as the release of another successful hit, Hardcore Vibes , which is a cover version of the 1995 hit Dune hit.
In 2001, Shreyfogli switched to a new label and changed the name of the duo to "Ravers on Dope". Under this pseudonym, they are releasing a new, better-known version of Hardcore Vibes on the German label EMI Elektrola. Then the successful single “ Get High ” was released with the leader of the Sri Lankan band Rohitha J - Jayasri. With this track, they successfully performed in Ibiza , received for him the Austrian national award, as well as the Austrian Grammy  .
Mikkel Christensen met with them at one of the many parties. It so happened that it was at this time that the producers thought about creating their own project. And Mikkel dreamed of the same thing. They talked, made friends and decided to unite, thereby laying the foundation for the emergence of Global Deejays.
After a series of trials, the team managed to interest the representatives of the rather large Superstar Records label . The company mainly promoted dance music and collaborated with a number of stars, including Boogie Pimps , Danzel , Olav Basoski , Panjabi MC , and even DJ Tocadisco . So the group was very lucky, and its members had to give everything 100%, recording their first album, which they decided to name simply - “ Network ”.
As a potential hit, it was decided to take the old song by Scott'a McKenzie . His composition “ The Sound of San Francisco ” was a real anthem of the sixties of the last century, and left a significant mark in American culture. The essence of the hit is protest. The protest against a variety of forms of violence. The protest against the war. True, over time, The Sound of San Francisco was completely forgotten by society, and Global Deejays decided to refresh this remarkable piece in the memory of the general public. Why did the musicians simply create a very good remix.
Their calculation turned out to be correct - very quickly The Sound of San Francisco became known around the world. Thus, bringing the group and success and considerable fame. Among other things, it inspired the band to create a new version of another great old song. In the movie “ Dance-Flash ”, released in 1983, the main theme was a composition called “ What A Feeling (Flashdance) ”. Her "Global Deejays" and took as the basis for their experiments. And, by the way, this experiment was no less successful than the premiere of “The Sound of San Francisco”. The new remix helped the team strengthen its position in the musical horizon.
After which their career went uphill. At the moment, they have long since parted with the status of newcomers to show business, and are very authoritative artists who are awaited with concerts around the globe. The influence of the collective is especially strong in Europe, where any of their songs invariably ends up in the local "Top20". Another group shot some good videos on some of its hits, which soon got on the air of such popular music channels as “ VIVA ” and “ MTV ”, where they aroused considerable audience interest ...
Since the group “Global Deejays” is particularly popular and love in Russia, in 2006 the musicians decided to remix one of the popular Russian songs  . The Megalinener company, representing the interests of the group in Russia, offered them a catalog of 250 tracks. The musicians chose Oleg Kvasha ’s song “ Green-eyed Taxi ”. And in 2007, this remix led the charts of many Russian dance radio stations and charts and received the honorary award “Ringtone of the Year of Russia 2007”  .
In the same 2007, Global Deejays released a cover version of the hit Get Up! (Before The Night Is Over) ”by the Belgian band Technotronic . The track reached the 1st position on the chart of the Beatport online store, and also became the best-selling in the USA and Canada .
In 2009, they released a revert to the cover version of the hit "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" released by them at the end of 2007. The new version debuted at position 33 on the Australian ARIA chart. Due to such success, the track was used in the Australian summer advertisement “So You Think You Can Dance”.
In 2010, the single “My Friend” was released, released with Danish vocalist Ida Korr . The single rose to high positions in the UK Dance Charts .
In 2011, the release of “Bring it Back” was released, recorded together with DJ and producer Nielsen van Gogh and vocalist Terry Bierre. The release rose to line 8 on the Billboard Dance Charts.
At the end of 2011, a new version of the famous hit "Hardcore Vibes" was released, which they had already remade earlier. The release rose to 21 positions in the Top 100 singles of France, and also took high positions in virtually all European countries.
|2005 - Network|
|2011 - The Collection (Taken From Superstar Part 1)|
|2012 - The Collection (Taken From Superstar Part 2)|
- 2004 - “ The Sound of San Francisco ”
- 2005 - “ What A Feeling (Flashdance) ”
- 2006 - Don't Stop Me Now
- 2006 - Stars on 45
- 2006 - “Mr. Funk »
- 2007 - “Get Up (Before The Night Is Over)” (feat. “Technotronic”)
- 2007 - Zelenoglazoe Taxi (Oleg Kvasha's Green-Eyed Taxi cover)
- 2008 - Everybody's Free (feat. Rozalla)
- 2009 - Everybody's Free (Rework) (feat. Rozalla)
- 2010 - My Friend (feat. Ida Corr)
- 2011 - “Bring it Back” (feat. Niels Van Gogh)
- 2011 - Freakin 'Out
- 2011 - Hardcore Vibes
- 2012 - “Go High” (feat. Danny Marquez)
Unofficial and Official Remixes
- "Danzel - You Are All of That (Global Deejays Rmx)"
- "American Pie"
- “In The Name of Love (Introducing Jet Set)”
- FR David - Words
- “Buy Now - Body Crash (Global Deejays Remix)”
- "Da Hool ft. Jay Cless - She Plays Me Like A Melody (Global Deejays Remix) »