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Hailing from both the Caribbean and Amsterdam — siblings Andy & Dorothy Sherman, better known as Shermanology have been busy adding to their illustrious dance music career by returning to their roots with a unique blend of soul, jazz, funk, and vocal house. Under their own brand, “The Phylosophy”, Shermanology is showcasing their true love for groovy, vocal and accessible house music highlighted by Dorothy’s soaring vocals and Andy’s bass-loving beats, including tributes to the classic house vibes of the 90s.

Shermanology’s music took off in 2011 as they featured on Avicii’s/Tom Hang’s “Blessed” followed quickly by their collab with Afrojack - the massive hit “Can’t Stop Me”.  These tracks made their voices heard at all the main stages of electronic music festivals, and took them on a whirlwind tour around the globe.  Thanks to their success, they have since been able to focus more on creating songs with the Motown sound they grew up with, and the vocal house music that brought Shermanology together in the first place.

This lead to them releasing “The Phylosophy EP” in 2015 featuring the vocal crossovers “Sweet Surrender”  & “Old Skool Dayz” as well as the club track “What you Wanna Do”.

In line with this revitalized sound, 2016 sees Shermanology tapping into their inner 90s soul with a fresh new version of the true House classic “Follow Me” by Aly-us, released on the reknowned Armada label on April 29th, followed in August by a re-work of the Artful Dodger hit “Movin Too Fast”. Once again, Dorothy’s vocals soar over Andy’s groovy smooth beats just in time for the summer vibes to hit all the airwaves and dance floors around the world.