Between the multitude of career landmarks and consistent studio stamina, Sander van Doorn has proven something of an advocate to the balancing of iconic stature and forward-thinking music. Joined by his young Dutch protégé Julian Jordan, the duo embrace on the hotly anticipated first collaborative number for Doorn Records entitled ‘Kangaroo’.

Packing a cataclysmic energy aptly tailored to its name, the festival filling veteran and his fresh faced peer charge layer after layer of melodic lead work onto one of the heavier pieces of club fuel to emerge from the refined Progressive master within his affirmative career. Proving Jordan more than to be a one trick pony of the infamous Dance explosion, the track reigns in as indicative of the quality emerging from Europe’s younger contenders as it is promising to the future of their united cause.

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Words by Dan Carter

6 Comments to “Release: Sander van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo [Doorn]”

  • was very sceptical at first, but this has grown on me. big up!

  • this is terrible

  • Sounds like someone is tring to copy a little bit of knife party, cazzette etc…

  • i thought the vocals were from Afrojack – Rock the house o:

  • well written mr Carter: layer after layer.
    like orre this song grows on me.
    cunningly produced.

  • Nothing special at all, dont understand why Sander van Doorn hypes Julian Jordan so much. (Only good Track of him was Rock Steady), all Tracks/Remixes after are only Copies and bad Quality.

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