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After several consecutive remixes, German brotherly duo Inpetto return to the original production front with their third release for Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records imprint. In a similar manner as previous releases for the label, ‘Girls & Boys’ sees the duo delicately layer uplifting synth work and progressive chord play alongside an infectious rerunning top line. Despite the significant resurgence of perky peak timers that always do the rounds for the summer season, Inpetto prove a sever cut above the mark with yet another quality production in the name of fine German dance music.

Out June 17th.

Long-serving Dutchman Sander van Doorn and Spinnin’ Records darlings DubVision join forces with American duo Mako to reveal the name of their much talked about collaboration as ‘Into The Light’, formerly known as the mysterious, unidentified song that has appeared in Sander van Doorn’s sets of late.

This newschool/oldschool affair of poignant synth play and soft vocals from Los Angeles singer Mariana Bell marks one of the stronger contenders for the Miami seasons.

Out on Beatport

Long-serving Dutchman Sander van Doorn and Spinnin’ Records darlings DubVision join forces with American duo Mako to reveal the name of their much talked about collaboration as ‘Into The Light’, formerly known as the mysterious, unidentified song that has appeared in Sander van Doorn’s sets of late.

Bagging a #2 spot on the night edition of this year’s DMC World Miami Buzz Chart, this newschool/oldschool affair of poignant synth play and soft vocals from Los Angeles singer Mariana Bell marks one of the stronger contenders for the Miami seasons.

Update (22/3): The official music video has been released and the release date has been revealed as April 29th.

Where ‘Chasin‘ saw him welcome 2012 with infectious synth play, Sander van Doorn’s inaugural release of 2013 sees him take an unexpected turn for the bleep-happy terrains of dance music.

A staple in his sets throughout last year, ‘Joyenergizer’ continues his recent onslaught of heavyset releases with festival-friendly stamina. Mixing minimalistic drops, melodic breakdown segments and a sample from Joy Kitikonti’s 2001 single with the same name, ‘Joyenergizer’ is a strong indication that the musical movements of Sander van Doorn have not been limited to one solitary genre.

Out now on Beatport.

Following a re-release of the 2011 original, Rob Adans’ ‘Abash‘ returns for round two with a remix from Sebastien Drums and Whelan & Di Scala.

Rife with the same gruffly sound as that of ‘Here I Come,’ the French/UK trio sink an array of vivacious Electro leads into Adans’ dotted horn play in a positive nod to the globe’s enthusiasm for fine, grinding Electro. Building and churning with intrinsic esteem, the second instalment of Drums and Whelan & Di Scala’s collaborative affair is sure to extend the shelf life of this one-year-old track that continues to see heavy support from a certain Swedish trio, refining their own growing appeal in the process.

Out now on Beatport.

Where ‘Chasin‘ saw him welcome 2012 with infectious synth play, Sander van Doorn’s inaugural release of 2013 sees him take an unexpected turn for the bleep-happy terrains of dance music.

A staple in his sets throughout the year and given a world radio premier on Hardwell’s radio show last night, ‘Joyenergizer’ continues his recent onslaught of heavyset releases with festival-friendly stamina. Mixing minimalistic drops and melodic breakdown segments, ‘Joyenergizer’ is a strong indication that the musical movements of Sander van Doorn have not been limited to one solitary genre.

Out on January 7th via Doorn Records.

While last year’s original continues to see heavy support from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Rob Adans’ ‘Abash‘ returns for round two with a remix from Sebastien Drums and Whelan & Di Scala.

Rife with the same gruffly sound as that of ‘Here I Come‘, the French/UK trio sink an array of vivacious Electro leads into Adans’ dotted horn play in a positive nod to the globe’s enthusiasm for fine, grinding Electro. Building and churning with intrinsic esteem, the second instalment of Drums and Whelan & Di Scala’s collaborative affair is sure to extend the shelf life of this one-year-old track that is still seeing plays from a certain Swedish trio, refining their own growing appeal in the process.

Update (5/12): Out December 31st via Doorn Records.

Harbouring the same emotive resonance as previous works of theirs, German Progressive outfit Inpetto mark their return to Doorn Records with a festival-proof follow-up to ‘Yuccasin‘. Pinpointing the modus operandi that has engulfed European Dance music of late, the release sees refined Dutch Progressive maestro Sander van Doorn step up to don his ear to the duo’s second coming to the label, ‘Shhhh!’.

They say that three is a charm and with evocative synth play and sturdy beat work, their collective return to Doorn spells lush club fuel at its finer, suggesting that this trio isn’t just blowing smoke where European Dance music is concerned. Setting a canvas of Progressive beats and prancing synth play to deal a blow of euphoric vibes left right and centre, ‘Shhhh!’ encapsulates the peak time energy now formally associated with this Dutch/German triple-threat.

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Following up on the recently given away ‘Aftermath‘, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike reunite with homeland peer Yves V for their debut release on Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records, ‘Loops & Tings’.

Building upon a slightly edited version of the renowned vocal expression of 2008 film Riverside and sampling Jens’ ‘93 trance classic with the same name, the minimalistic and grinding chord play alongside an attitude-filled top line make for yet another festival cut to their belts. Coming off two successful digressions from their signature studio get-up and with a stimulating summer of epic festival appearances under their belt, their latest endeavor encapsulates the hysteria currently surrounding this fine Belgian output of heavy-footed festival fuel.

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Harbouring the same emotive resonance as previous works of theirs, German Progressive outfit Inpetto mark their return to Doorn Records with a festival-proof follow-up to ‘Yuccasin‘. But pinpointing the modus operandi that has engulfed European Dance music of late, Holland’s refined Progressive maestro Sander van Doorn steps up to don his ear to the duo’s second coming to the label, ‘Shhhh!’.

They say that three is a charm and with evocative synth play and sturdy beat work, their collective return to Doorn spells lush club fuel at its finer, suggesting that they aren’t just blowing smoke where European Dance music is concerned. Setting a canvas of Progressive beats and prancing synth play to deal a positive blow of euphoric vibes left right and centre, ‘Shhhh!’ encapsulates the peak time energy now formally associated with this Dutch/German triple-threat.

‘Shhhh!’ will be released October 1 on Doorn Records.

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