Vandall Beatport

Biography

After launching his Trancewarez imprint with the first of its 12’’ releases in January 2006; a label DJ Mag once described as “One of the most exciting Hard Trance labels to emerge in recent times”, Vandall quickly built a reputation for producing no holds barred, peak time, dance floor fodder and with one of the best received BBC Radio 1 guest mixes of 2006 he quickly secured a global fan base.

Whilst initially carving a name through his epic hard trance productions, 2007 saw Vandall start to take a much more left of centre approach to the genre, splicing influences from Techno, Old Skool House/Rave/Hardcore, & Electro House.

Without a doubt one of the hardest working recording artists in the scene, and with a production spectrum unmatched by any Harder Dance artist he has seen support right across the board from Ferry Corsten to Alex Kidd. He is considered at the forefront of the newly emerged ‘Tech Dance’ genre with big players such as Yoji (f.k.a Yoji Biomehanika) dubbing his Trancewarez label his favourite of 2008 & 2009 consecutively!

Vandall’s productions are often a regular feature in the radio shows of BBC Radio 1’s Kutski & Judge Jules and he continues to be a regular feature on major CD compilation products worldwide including major UK Top 40 titles as well as releasing his debut CD album ‘Journey Into Sound’ in July 2009!

Since popping his DJ’ing cherry at the tender age of 15 with the somewhat daunting task of warming up for Hardcore Rave legend DJ Sy, Vandall has never looked back. A polished deck-technician, with grade A scratching & tight mixing skills he has performed all over the world as a feature attraction alongside top tier artists at events and festivals across the UK & Ireland, Australasia, Canada, & the Netherlands such as Bionic, Tidy Weekender, Atomik Weekender, Fantasy Lands, Ground Zero (Amsterdamn), HQ (Amsterdam), Defqon 1 (Amsterdam & Sydney) and even performed b2b sets with BBC Radio 1’s Kutski & Scott Attrill aka Vinylgroover!