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Review: There aren't many ways more fitting to describe Felix Da Housecat other than 'legend'. A man who is not only a pioneer but also ambassador for all that dance music is about. His latest bomb is deployed by Sander Van Doorn's label, and once again pushes the boundaries and merges the genre gaps. This stellar remix comes from Mau5trap favourite Moguai who injects his uber-cool dance-floor directed rolling prog vibes that work in perfect harmony with Felix original enchanting breakdown.. Jump straight on this!!
09 Jan 12
Review: Our favourite genre defier continues to surprise with the latest on his own Doorn label pitting him alongside Bloc Party front man Kele. No stranger to left of centre hook ups (Sia, The Killers) this is as fresh and envelope pushing as you'd expect from Sander. Kele's Instantly recognisable indie tone resonate through the mix and works in sweet contrast with the hi-tech shuffling beats and rising synth lines. All of that and we haven't even touched on the stunning vocals of Lucy Taylor, providing the main hook and the perfect ying to Kele and Sanders yang.. A massive cross genre record that will hang around for months!
18 Apr 11
Played by: Dean Anthony
Review: Sander Van Doorns label is as on point and consistent as his productions, and just as genre pushing too. The latest bomb comes from Turin based 303lovers bossman Manuel De La Mare and Birmingham's Paul Taylor. With releases between them on the likes of; Toolroom, Size, and Funk Farm, 'Circle of Life' is the tranciest production we have heard, and it works a treat. The beats are funky and crips creating a relentless groove that provides the perfect background to the lazer sharp synth lines and tech house rolls.. Jump on this badboy now!
20 Jun 11
Played by: Darren Morfitt
Review: Essential prog tune of the week!! You almost know without listened that after being endorsed by Sander Van Doorn, its bound to be tasty, and this is exactly that. If you have been lucky enough to see Sander play over the last few months you will have no doubt cheered along to the killer big riff of 'Keyword', Nicky Romero follows weapons like 'Solar' and 'My Friend' with yet another bomb of danceflor destruction. Building layer upon layer this will have everyone from the Swedish House Mafia to Armin Van Buuren on it.. Be careful how you handle it, as its guaranteed to go off with a bang!
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04 Jul 11
Review: Second Doorn release of the week here with a brand new interpretation on Sanders own 'Daddyrock,' by man of the moment Arty. The Russian 21 year old has had an amazing 12 months with a meteoric rise to the very top, helped by a constant slew of mass supported releases and remixes on the likes of Anjunabeats, Enhanced, and Armada. It's very rare to see a playlist these days without an appearance from Arty, and this definitely isn't going to buck that trend. It was already a killer tune, but now with a lease of life to give extra legs over the summer months.