Already renowned for his raw, distinctive techno sound, Sander van Doorn brings the next chapter in his ever evolving resume. “Bells Keep Ringin” sees the DOORN Records head honcho unleash a powerful, steady techno beat, wobbly bass chords, tension building percussion and punchy bells, making it the dreamed peaktime tune for dark clubs and techno stages. Catch this trip now, as it unfolds on DOORN Records.
Widely acknowledged as a versatile producer and performer, Sander van Doorn has explored genres since his rise to fame in the early zeroes. Blending tech house, techno, and progressive into his own trademark sound, he’s enriched the scene with countless hits and anthems, from original productions to rougher techno smashes under his Purple Haze moniker.
By now, he’s been responsible for several festival favorites, recently making impressive moves with fresh singles like “Temper Temper,” “Feels Like Summer” and last year’s smash “Golden.” It’s a gust of new energy, unleashed by a seasoned electronic artist who knows his way in the studio – and is able to translate this to continuously strong, immaculate productions.
“Bells Keep Ringin” underscores his ever evolving sound, taking off with fierce, deep kicks, enforced by intoxicating percussion, mesmerizing sweeps and upwinding, bumpy rhythms. As a punchy bell takes the lead, a vocal sample brings a hypnotizing loop to the table, proclaiming ‘the bells keep ringing’. From there on, the mood goes deeper and deeper, working up the vibe with rolling drums, spacious sound effects and ominous chords.
The result is a song that works on multiple levels. From its energizing drum patterns to lavish sound effects, “Bells Keep Ringin” lifts you up to blissful electronic heights, and takes you straight back down to gritty techno club floors. A mesmerizing trip, built as a techno anthem that will keep ringing in your ears forever.
“This record is the result of lots of experimenting in the studio. I’ve already had the basis for it years ago, but kept working on the beat, making it stronger every time. In the end, I managed to create the perfect techno kick, writing the whole record around it. So basically, I just worked from start to finish, and back again, to get a larger, fatter sound with each take.” – Sander van Doorn