Andy Moor

Andy Moor (born 16 January 1980) is a trance and progressive Producer DJ. He has used multiple aliases in the past (Dub Disorder, Dwight van Man, Sworn) and has been part of Indigo, Leama & Moor, Lewis & Moor, Tilt, Whiteroom, and Zoo DJ’s. Moor was nominated for a Grammy Award in December 2007, for his remix of Canadian artist Delerium with “Angelicus” featuring vocals from Isabel Bayrakdarian. He has also featured highly in the world’s biggest DJ poll by DJ Magazine which is voted on by Dance music fans, gaining 50th in 2005, 30th 2 years consecutively in 2006 and 2007, 18th in 2008, 15th in 2009, 32nd in 2010 and 50th in 2011.

Andy Moor also won “Best Trance Track” at the 2006 International Dance Music Awards at the Winter Music Conference in Miami and “Best Trance Track” and “Best Producer” in 2004[citation needed]. Andy Moor is known for mixing Progressive house music and trance and is one of the pioneer’s of various techniques, such as vocal chops, and a big bassline that was previously unheard of within trance.

He has also produced and remixed tracks for artists such as Paul Oakenfold, Brian Eno, Tiësto, Armin van Buuren and Arthur Baker to name but a few.