Who The Fcuk Is Axel Doorman

Returning back to the Nineties, it all started when Axel was still a youngster

Music was everywhere, and he realized it could be created with any piece of equipment that crossed his path. Given him his first Casio, it turned out there was chemistry between Axel and electronic music from the first touch. All spare time he had was using to create music. Axel started working for a local radiostation  near Amsterdam back in 1996. Mixing his own creations with other music and by that, taking it to the right audience. Mostly Hardcore at that time, which was very popular. This led to his first live performance, starting out not only as DJ, but also as MC. These two things turned out to be a natural talent.

With Hardcore fading to the underground scene, a new style of music caught his attention. Techno! Because of his choice to explore this new style of music he became a resident DJ in a Techno based club. All this happened between 1999 and 2002. It wasn’t all Techno after this time. More styles caught his attention, such as House, Trance and Progressive, making him evolve into a DJ with a wide variety of styles. Due to all of that he got bookings to perform inside and outside his country, playing in front of a high number of crowds at reasonable gigs.

Focussing more on producing again, he wants to let the world know these particular skills.

This led to starting up- and participate in various projects, of which one became quitte a bit of a little succes; Dutch Deejays Dominate (together with Marcel Crucq). With this project he scored a little underground succes with an official remix of Salome de Bahia’s classic hit “Outro Lugar”, released on Christophe Le Friant’s (AKA Bob Sinclar) label “Yellow Productions” and several releases on labels managed by Remy de Groot (Producer T-Spoon).

With a full clip on inspiration for both producing and mixing, things are promising. Always expecting the best of himself, to get creativity rolling and the audience rocking!

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