Andy MoorMay 10th, 2014
Grammy-Award nominated electronic dance music DJ and producer Andy Moor has established a distinct, edgy, and creative sound that is completely his own. Highly ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 for the past 6 years, he was nominated for the DJ Awards in 2009, won ‘Best Dance Record’ at the International Dance Music Awards in 2006, and ‘Best Trance Producer’ and ‘Best Trance Track’ in 2004. A highlight of Andy’s illustrious career was his nomination in the “Best Remixed Recording” category at the 2008 Grammy Awards for his remix of Delerium’s ‘Angelicus’.
For fifteen years, Moor has been at the forefront of a rapidly evolving music scene, pioneering new sounds and techniques and consistently releasing the finest in progressive and trance.
Exploring his talent early in life, Andy Moor could already play his first piano piece flawlessly at the tender age of 5. By 11, he had accomplished 6 more musical instruments. Two years later, he was spinning his first record and by 21, he was playing to crowds of thousands.
Now owner of the highly respected AVA Recordings record label, host of the ‘Moor Music’ podcast and producer & remixer to the stars (past remixes and collaborations have included Tiësto, Above & Beyond, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Paul Oakenfold and others), Andy Moor released his much-anticipated debut album ‘Zero Point One’ on July 6, 2012.
Packed with 18 original tracks, Zero Point One featured collaborations with Meredith Call, Carrie Skipper, Sue McLaren, Betsie Larkin, Ashley Wallbridge, Orkidea, and other well-known vocalists and producers. Years in the making, Zero Point One offers a glimpse into the creative process of a self-proclaimed perfectionist.
Moor has since released 3 consecutive ‘Breaking The Silence’ compilation albums, showcasing some of the best songs from both his label and the man himself. With a consistent showing in the DJ Mag polls and big release after big release, Andy Moor just might have what it takes to make it for another decade in one of the world’s most competitive industries.