Since the success of their remix of “Sunrise”, Dan and Jules went on to remix Accadia’s “Blind Visions” which received numerous ASOT plays from Armin Van Buuren and heavy support from Paul Van Dyk, Aly and Fila, Bryan Kearney, Simon Patterson and Paul Oakenfold, who still supports the remix today. Another successful remix of Neptune Project was of Bryan Kearney’s “Ong Namo” featuring Snatam Kaur, which again had numerous ASOT plays and was also coined one of Bryan Kearney’s and Aly & Fila’s tunes of the year.

Another track on their long list of successes was their track with John O’Callaghan “Rhea”, which again received many ASOT Plays and live support from Armin Van Buuren. From the point of inception of their career, Aly & Fila have supported practically every single track or remix they ever made, mainly through live sets & of course support of Future Sound of Egypt Radio.

Fast forward to more current times and Neptune Project is one of the most sought after trance acts and producers in the industry, who currently are touring all over the world and show no sign of slowing down. In 2013, the duo’s track “The Inside” featuring Polly Strange was featured on Armin Van Buuren’s Universal Religion 6. Dan and Jules also had the opportunity to remix one of their biggest supporter’s, Above and Beyond’s tracks “Sun in Your Eyes” which in their eyes, was a major milestone in their career. After 5 successful years of releases on Future Sound of Egypt Recordings and Armada, Dan and Jules are currently venturing out on their own, with their new label Mythology.