Doorly is a man of many talents. From releasing multiple EPs on his own label, Pigeonhole This!, to throwing down beats for Usher in Ibiza, to scratching records with his face, the man can do it all and he plays it all. Coming off of two hot residencies in Spain this summer, Doorly will be coming back to the US for a healthy portion of dates on the touring Identity Festival this August and September. He’s made a mix for the occasion, and we get to give it to you guys first! Enter in your email in the widget below to grab the mix and make sure to check out the ID Festival website to see if Doorly is stopping at an amphitheater near you!
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On July 18th, London’s electronic rap artist, Tricky, will be releasing his much anticipated single, ‘Time To Dance,’ from his full length album titled Mixed Race on Domino Records, and the remixes have begun to surface. Luckily, two of these remixes come from two of my favorite producers from the UK: the 23 year old DJ/producer blowing up charts with her new Focus Now EP, Maya Jane Coles, and the Pigeonhole This! label boss fresh off of his month-long tour with Rusko, Doorly. Each has a unique twist on the original that Tricky says is “the closest [he's] ever gonna get to disco.”
As promised, Pigeonhole This! boss, Doorly, has continued his bootleg giveaway series this week with his 4th gift to the masses: a bootleg of Jackson 5′s Blame It On The Boogie. Doorly has but 4 shows left on his massive month-long jaunt around North America with Rusko, hitting 2 more Texas dates before swinging back West to play Rain Nightclub at the Palms in Vegas on Friday and the HUGE show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on Saturday presented by Gary Richards and HARD. Make sure to give this freebie a listen…
Bassheads rejoice! This week is bound to be a crazy one as the London duo, Nero, will be taking the CONTROL stage for the first time, along with a never-before-seen live AFRODIGISCRATCH set (4 CDJ2000′s, 1 EFX1000, mic + more) from the unclassifiable Doorly and a DJ set by the widely respected and renowned MC, Messinian. May the freaks come out this Friday for a sweaty, sold-out soiree featuring some of the world’s top bass music producers.
We have only 150 RSVP spots for this week, so I will be taking the first 150 names that I receive. ***GUESTLIST HAS BEEN FILLED. Pricing will be $15 before 10PM and $20 before 11PM. Get there early as doors are opening at 9PM!
• Missy Elliot – Get Ya Freak On (Doorly’s Pigeonhole This! Bootleg)
• Doorly & Jaguar Skills – Double Dutchie (Original Mix)
*Pick up the brand new EP2 just released by Doorly on Pigeonhole This! last week HERE.
We’re very happy to announce that our friends Rusko and Doorly are hitting the road this spring to preach bass to the North American masses, throughout the US and Canada. Presale tickets here.
Doorly Essential Mix:
All my best,
Tamie Adaya and her latest venture, Crown Jewels, are throwing a cozy (read: crazy) little warehouse party at The Well tonight and tomorrow morning. You may recall this venue if you attended the HARD afterparty on Halloween that Boys Noize ended up taking the reigns of. Doorly, Toddla T, Them Jeans + Dan O of Dim Mak, Dillon Francis and Nadastrom’s Dave Nada tag teaming a moombahton set and our very own Matt Black closing things out. Can’t mention the special guest (hint: UK MC, he’s a big deal) but I’m sure you’ll be able to figure more out after poking around the facebook page. Be sure to RSVP.
All my best,
Isn’t there a saying that the best things come in 3′s? Either way, another huge CONTROL tripleheader is being held this Friday at the Avalon in Hollywood, with the return of the lovely Annie Mac, as well as performances by two artists who have both already had an absolutely smashing 2010; the unpredictable Englishman, Doorly, and the mysterious and intriguing man from Naples, Riva Starr. Expect to hear an eclectic mix of the world’s best dance music, including more than a few tunes that you probably have never heard before. Also, make sure to stop by the GDD™ House Party room, located to the right of the main stage in between the stage and the smoking alley. We’ll be having some fun in there as well.
930 – 1030 Brazzabelle
1030 – 12 Doorly
12 – 130 Annie Mac
130 – 3 / 330 Riva Starr
3 / 330 – close Alex Khadiwala
At the end of this month, Martin Doorly‘s set to launch his new label called Pigeonhole This! In conjunction with the label launch, Doorly will be giving away an EP featuring six of his unheard originals; we’re pretty excited to hear what he comes up with, so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime though, here’s his latest remix of the new Delphic single:
Lately, Martin Doorly‘s production has made the transition from dubstep to UK Funky, which is wicked in my view. Those unfamiliar with UK funky house, it’s a new genre that’s been kicking up a lot of heat over the past six months, forged out of UK garage, electro-house, breaks & afrobeat – check it, it’s good stuff. Back to Doorly though, the Wax:On resident has just dropped his latest remix of Welsh indie act Marina and The Diamonds, a chill track with a funky bassline guaranteed to stave off those post-Coachella blues. ‘I Am Not A Robot’ is no newbie to attention, clocking recent remixes from Passion Pit, Penguin Prison and LA-based Fool’s Gold, but in my opinion it’s Doorly’s that takes the cake. See for yourself: