2011 has undoubtedly been Mark Sherry’s year. After re‐launching himself into the trance circuit
with fresh enthusiasm and dedication in 2010, Mark has gone from strength to strength with his
jaw‐dropping solo productions on Reset (Spinnin) and his mammoth remixes on Doorn, Lange,
Anjunabeats, Coldharbour, and of course not forgetting his lively, yet technical and beautifully
crafted DJ performances across the globe.
NEWS & UPDATES————-
Scottish DJ20 poll.
DJ20 announced the launch of the Official Scottish Top 20 DJ Poll in association withVestax this year. Scotland’s DJs have been pioneering Electronic Dance music since the very beginning but all too often never received the recognition they truly deserve, the people spoke and Mark was voted 2nd place check the results here > http://www.dj20.co.uk/?p=326
Mark’s ‘Outburst Radioshow’ goes out weekly as a 2 hour long show on 20 of the top internet radio stations across the globe and is now also available as a podcast on the mighty iTunes.
There really are no limits or boundaries for this cutting edge, ever‐popular dance music show. His recent guests have included Ferry Corsten, Judge Jules, Fergie, Arty, Lange, Rank 1, Andy Moor, Michael Woods, Paul Thomas, Sean Tyas, Orjan Nilsen and Gareth Emery, Chris Lake and John ‘OO’ Flemming are all locked in for this year also.
MARK SHERRY MUSIC
On the production front Mark is currently on an unbeatable roll of success with his newly fledged
exclusive contract with Spinnin Recordings (Reset).
In early 2011 he remixed for Mory Kante on his uber classic dance anthem ‘Yeke Yeke’ ! Mark
also remixed the latest Bart Claessen single (with Rene Martens) ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ for Anjunabeats and also Ali Wilson’s latest single ‘Morph’ for the mighty Doorn Recordings, both of which gained massive A‐list support right across the board! His latest remix project was for none other than trance legend Lange with the 2008 classic ‘Songless’. This got to #1 on the Beatport trance chart and was supported by Armin Van Buuren, Ferry, Emery, Schulz, Above & Beyond, Paul Van Dyk, the list goes on…
Solo production wise, Mark recently brought the heat with ‘Sangre Caliente’ (meaning hot‐blooded). Mark offered his Argentinean fans a very rare opportunity to name this forthcoming track for him before his appearance at the ‘Only Trance’ event at Pacha nightclub in July 2011. Tribal beats,
rattling percussion, South‐American whistles and epic melodies.
Support came from Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Markus Schulz, Lange, Marcus Schossow, Jochen Miller, Leon Boiler and W&W.
Preceding this was Mark’s follow up to ‘I Will Find You’, once again featuring the gorgeous vocals of Sharone. ‘Silent Tears’ received massive support across the board once more and is a track that will
undoubtedly stand the test of time, especially when the Armin supported Orjan Nilsen remix is unleashed this November.