Dance music legend Sander van Doorn has applied the remix treatment to ‘Lights Go Down’, the latest release from Estonian artist Syn Cole and London-based vocalist Dakota. Sander’s rework trades in the
Sander Van Doorn
Sander Ketelaars (born 28 February 1979), better known by his stage name Sander van Doorn, is a Dutch electronic dance music producer and disc jockey. Sander van Doorn’s musical style has ranged from tech-house and progressive house during the mid-2000s to more vocal-driven electro-house and EDM throughout the 2010s. Despite being more known for DJ’ing, since 2006, he’s been a regular presence on DJMag’s Top 100 DJ surveys. Among his most notable remixes are Armin van Buuren’s “Control Freak”, Tiësto’s “Dance4Life”, Yello’s “Oh Yeah”, Sia’s “The Girl You Lost to Cocaine”, and Lady Gaga’s “Marry the Night”. Sander van Doorn began his recording career in 2004, releasing numerous tech-trance hits on Oxygen Recordings. He became a regular DJ at Ibiza’s Judgement Sunday and the Gallery in London, and was featured on BBC Radio One’s Essential Mix in 2006. He gained recognition as a popular remixer, shifting from remixing for trance producers to pop/rock artists such as the Arctic Monkeys, whose hit “When the Sun Goes Down” was remixed by van Doorn in 2007. His alter ego is Purple Haze and he also runs his own imprint Doorn Records under Spinnin‘.