The Dutch DJ and remixer Sander van Doorn (real name Sander Ketelaars) was born in Eindhoven in 1979. He began his professional life in 2004 working with Oxygen Recordings and released a series of successful club hits with the label. In 2007 he released a remix of 'When the Sun Goes Down', a track previously recorded by Yorkshire band Arctic Monkeys. The remix marked a distinct transition in Ketelaars' style and saw the artist move from a techno and progressive house style towards a more mainstream audience friendly EDM format where vocals had a greater prominence in the music. His style has been influential in shaping modern club music, particularly amongst European DJs and his remixes of tracks such as 'Marry the Night' by Lady Gaga and 'Control Freak' by Armin van Buuren have received widespread acclaim. As well as his van Doorn persona, Ketelaars also records under the name Purple Haze, a title he sometimes uses when recording old school trance such as the album 'Spectrvm' which he released in 2017.