Curated by one of dance music’s greats, Doorly & Friends has become a stand-out night in the MOS clubbing calendar since launching at the beginning of the year.
With names such as Cajmere, DJ W!LD and Basement Jaxx headlining, the show has gone from strength to strength, and this night promises to be no different as we invite Darius Syrossian down to weave his magic on the decks.
Passionate purveyor of all things House, Darius Syrossian has been in the industry for almost twenty years since starting out running a record store in the mid-90s. In 2009, he turned his attention to producing and has since released tracks on VIVa, Hot Creations and more. With new music forthcoming on DJ Sneak’s “I’m a house gangster”, Hector Couto’s Roush, Sante’s Avotre label, and the recent launch of his label and radio show, Our Rhythm, 2015 is shaping up to be the busiest year for him so far. So prepare yourselves for this one as Darius bring the sounds of the Balearic to the club:
Darius will be joined by the man himself, Doorly, who has just completed his eighth season in Ibiza, clocking in around fifty dates in total. Living in LA, spending his summers on the White Isle and travelling the world for his sets, he is more in demand than ever. Things got pretty wild last time Doorly came down, so make sure you're prepared for the next round:
Up next we have Berlin-based Doc Daneeka. Mial Watkins, aka Doc Daneeka, drew inspiration from his name from the character of the physician from Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, who he described as a “dickhead” and would make a great alias for him as a musician someday. Now, 13 years later, he’s released an album on the 50 Weapons record label and runs his own imprint, Ten Thousand Yen. From the loopable “Tobyjug” to heavier tunes such as “Walk On In”, his music has something for everyone. If you haven’t heard Doc Daneeka before, make sure you check him out:
Rounding up this line-up is the creative force behind Minimal Kids and Wired, Enzo Siffredi. He dropped his Debut EP on Defected back in May that featured the heavyweight, blues-sampling anthem "Sometimes”, inspired by the piano of Paolo Conte, the movies of Scorsese and Berlin's Underground. Enzo’s aim is not to adapt musically to a stereotypical label or style but instead to remain innovative and experimental, so let’s see what he has in store for us: