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        Sander Kleinenberg (born 1971, Delft) is a Dutch disc jockey and
record producer. He founded and runs Little Mountain Recordings. Kleinenberg
is well known for his use of digital video in concerts and for his "Everybody"
brand of club nights and albums. His 2000 single "My Lexicon" is often
considered a progressive house standard.

Contents

1 Career
2 Visuals and DVJing
3 Selected discography

Career

        Sander Kleinenberg began D.J.-ing at a local bar in 1987 at the age
of 15, playing a variety of music including rock and dance music. After
sending demos to many European record labels, Kleinenberg released his first
single under the name Free Frogs, a band which he formed with several friends.
The record, titled "Bombay", was released in 1993 on Belgian record label
Wonka Beats. The next year, he released a single on German record label
Superstition. In 1996, Kleinenberg released "YDW (You Do Me Wrong)" under the
moniker S 'N' S on the Dutch record label Deal Records and licensed by
Strictly Rhythm. His early influences included Mantronix, Shep Pettibone, and
Depeche Mode.

        In 1999, Kleinenberg produced the first part of his thematic 4 Seasons
trilogy with second part the following in 2000. Kleinenberg was also becoming
known worldwide with the release of his track "My Lexicon", which is now
often considered a genre standard of progressive house. "My Lexicon" is well
known for its catchy, trancey percussive melody and atmospheric chord stabs.
"My Lexicon" and "Sacred" were both given a boost in popularity by  their
appearance on Sasha's Global Underground 013: Ibiza album. Kleinenberg got
his chance on Global Underground the following year with his Nubreed 004
release.

        In 2003, Sander Kleinenberg founded his record label Little Mountain
Recordings. Its first release was the final part in Kleinenberg's 4 Seasons
series, which had been pushed back due to, among other things, label changes.
Kleinenberg described the final installment as "rougher around the edges"
rather than having the trancey serenity of the first or the funkiness of the
second. He also remixed Justin Timberlake's single "Rock Your Body", which
garnered him the Best Remix award at the Dancestar USA Awards. Later in 2003,
Kleinenberg kicked off the introduction of his "Everybody" brand with the
album Renaissance: Everybody which featured a mixture of quirky disco,
Detroit techno, and tech house. Kleinenberg described the concept of
"Everybody" as "a reaction to how dance music began to take itself too
seriously" and that he hopes to show that dance music can fun. He followed
Everybody up the next year with a sequel, This Is Everybody Too, which
continued Kleinenberg's vein of "glitchy, low key techno".

        In 2005, Kleinenberg began a monthly residency at Crobar, New York,
using it to push the "Everybody" brand. He also brought in Lee Burridge to
Crobar and to work on the album This is Everybody! On Tour. Kleinenberg's
performances at Crobar often featured appearances from young D.J.s, such as
Desyn Masiello. Over his career, Kleinenberg's track selection shifted from
the more "lush" sounds of progressive house to a funkier electro house vibe,
though he prefers to define his genre simply as "house music".

Visuals and DVJing:

        Sander Kleinenberg is well known for his DVJing with self-created
visuals and video usage in concerts. Kleinenberg explains his use of video
saying that it allows for more variety among D.J.s and performances and that
it makes concerts reflect life. Due to the complexity of mixing both audio
and visual at concerts, Kleinenberg will use the club's on site VJ or have
his partner Mark Pistoire of Venga Boys fame as a VJ at his concerts using
the DVJ-X1 or the newer DVJ1000. Kleinenberg first met Pistoire in 2003 when
searching for a VJ for his "Everybody" events and the two performed live
together for the first time in The Hague. The in-concert imagery often
includes political content or trippy home videos created by Pistoire or
Kleinenberg.

Selected discography:

Albums

2000: Tranceglobal Airways (Mixmag)
2001: Nubreed 004 (Boxed)
2002: Sander Kleinenberg: Essential Mix (Warner)
2003: Renaissance: Everybody (Renaissance)
2004: This is Everybody Too (Renaissance) (Billboard Top Electronic Albums #11)[18]
2005: This is Everybody! On Tour (Everybody Loves Music)
2007: This is... Sander Kleinenberg

Singles/EPs

1996: "YDW (You Do Me Wrong)" as S 'N' S (Strictly Rhythm)
1999: 4 Seasons EP (Combined Forces)
1999: "Sacred" (Combined Forces)
2000: "My Lexicon" (Essential Recordings
2004: "The Fruit" (Little Mountain Recordings)
2006: "This is Ibiza/This is Miami" (Little Mountain Recordings)

Remixes

1995: Art of Silence - "West 4"
1999: Vincent de Moor - "Between 2 Fires"
1999: Three Drives on a Vinyl - "Greece 2000"
2001: Sasha & Darren Emerson - "Scorchio"
2001: PMT - "Deeper Water"
2001: R๖yksopp - "Poor Leno"
2001: System F - "Exhale"
2002: Lamya - "Empires (Bring Me Men)"
2002: Lexicon Avenue - "From Dusk Till Dawn"
2003: Justin Timberlake - "Rock Your Body"
2003: BT - "Somnambulist"
2004: Janet Jackson - "All Nite (Don't Stop)"
2005: Eurythmics - "I've Got a Life"
2006: Mylo - "Muscle Car"

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