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Sander Van Doorn Releases Purple Haze Album ‘Spectrvm’

Sander Van Doorn's resurrection of his alias Purple Haze is a masterpiece.

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Sander Van Doorn has been bouncing around the scene for many years now, and he has produced some stand out tracks since really breaking into his stride. However some of you may not have known that he produced under a darker, more Trance led alias Purple Haze. And inside the last year he has resurrected that alias and it’s exactly what we needed.

A huge audio visual show, an alias which takes his music on a whole new direction, and the passion and motivation to keep both projects up, it’s been a brilliant year for Sander Van Doorn. After hearing that it was his wife that pressured him to continue to produce under the alias after producing a track which sounded similar to it, it’s great to see that the Purple Haze album has landed. ‘Spectrvm‘. This is everything you need for that progressive Trance crossover. You won’t hear much better than this over the next year.

Before the release of the ‘Spectrvm’, we were treated to three brilliant singles from Purple Haze. ‘Neiloj‘, ‘Contrast‘ and ‘Choir 1.0’ all arrived and they really set the tone for what lay ahead. The mixture between the progressive House regions and Trance was just utterly mesmerising. And this meant that when the full album arrived, you could appreciate the music more.

‘Plum’, the first track on the album, is one which just brings that tone and intro to the forefront. This is what to expect, this is what you get. Enchanting through the melodies, the deep nature of the track, it all comes together in the perfect way. ‘Light Me Up’ has a more euphoric Trance feel to it, while ‘Spectrvm’ itself lays in the more gritty progressive Trance regions. Other stand out tracks include the techy ‘Phaedra’, the Purple Haze feeling ‘Kill Kitten’ and the atmospheric ‘Historia’. It’s a beautiful album, this is just a wonderful piece of work.

You can download ‘Spectrvm’ here.

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Spectrvm.

Sander Van Doorn has been bouncing around the scene for many years now, and he has produced some stand out tracks since really breaking into his stride. However some of you may not have known that he produced under a darker, more Trance led alias Purple Haze. And inside the last year he has resurrected that alias and it’s exactly what we needed.

A huge audio visual show, an alias which takes his music on a whole new direction, and the passion and motivation to keep both projects up, it’s been a brilliant year for Sander Van Doorn. After hearing that it was his wife that pressured him to continue to produce under the alias after producing a track which sounded similar to it, it’s great to see that the Purple Haze album has landed. ‘Spectrvm‘. This is everything you need for that progressive Trance crossover. You won’t hear much better than this over the next year.

Spectrvm.

Before the release of the ‘Spectrvm’, we were treated to three brilliant singles from Purple Haze. ‘Neiloj‘, ‘Contrast‘ and ‘Choir 1.0’ all arrived and they really set the tone for what lay ahead. The mixture between the progressive House regions and Trance was just utterly mesmerising. And this meant that when the full album arrived, you could appreciate the music more.

‘Plum’, the first track on the album, is one which just brings that tone and intro to the forefront. This is what to expect, this is what you get. Enchanting through the melodies, the deep nature of the track, it all comes together in the perfect way. ‘Light Me Up’ has a more euphoric Trance feel to it, while ‘Spectrvm’ itself lays in the more gritty progressive Trance regions. Other stand out tracks include the techy ‘Phaedra’, the Purple Haze feeling ‘Kill Kitten’ and the atmospheric ‘Historia’. It’s a beautiful album, this is just a wonderful piece of work.

You can download ‘Spectrvm’ here.

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