Dubbed a ‘future star’ by Pete Tong way back when, Martin Doorly kicked things off running parties in Huddersfield in the North of England, booking the likes of Annie Mac, Armand Van Helden and Erol Alkan. This year also marks the start of something exciting for Doorly, as he launches his new label and party series – ‘Reptile Dysfunction’. We caught up with the man himself to chat about the label and it’s inspiration.
We get deep down and dirty with Doorly this week on Traxsource LIVE!, who seamlessly interweaves the beats of Midland, Idris Elba, Salif Keita and The Black Madonna, plus a dope collection of his own choice cuts, including his brand new ‘Rabbit Hole EP’ on Cajual, available now from Traxsource.
With his new Longplayer, ‘Toolroom Presents: Doorly’ out now on Traxsource, we decided to pick Martin Doorly’s brain about his personal preferences when he plays in clubs around the world & much more. This is how Doorly DJ’s…
Doorly’s movement and production presence this year has been relentless! And behine the decks in Ibiza this season, he has been no different. It’s understandable that Doorly is often described as ‘an old school block party DJ using new school technology’. With another successful Ibiza season in the books, shares some highlights from his gigs & time spent on the iconic island.
Doorly latest release ‘Rush’ is a departure from his previous sound and is essentially the most perfect 90’s house song that never existed.