5 Shermanology Tracks You Should Know
Sep 20, 2022
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FISHER, Shermanology - It’s A Killa
The highly-anticipated collaboration between FISHER and Shermanology cements their places as purveyors of the modern house revivalism surrounding dance music. Zaps of synths and energetic scatting vocals light up a sultry sound from the sibling duo with the hip-shaking rhythms of Aussie DJ and producer FISHER’s signature beats. “Its A Killa” dropped earlier in 2022 on FISHER’s label, Catch and Release.
Shermanology - Boyz In Da Club
Released via their D’EAUPE label, “Boyz In Da Club” is a playful cut from Shermanology. The jackin’ house track channels the classic Chicago sound, arguably the beating heart of house music, while adding a dark techno undertone. The groove on “Boyz In Da Club” is irresistible, layered with samples and twisty synths that make Dorothy’s chorus stand out.
Shermanology - Bon Bini
After grabbing the attention of Hot Creations founder Jamie Jones, Shermanology released their Bon Bini EP with the label in 2021. The track honors their Dutch-Caribbean roots as Dorothy sings in the native language of Papiamentu. “Bon Bini” means “Welcome,” and represents what Shermanology stands for as artists. No influence is off the table—from gospel to soul and house, the sibling group finds joy in what makes them and their fans move to the music. Their debut on Hot Creations received support and acclaim from MK and The Martinez Brothers.
Shermanology - Get Loose
“Get Loose” comes from Shermanology’s debut of their modern tech-house sound in their solo EP Champion Sound on Rawthentic. The explosion of a thumping bassline from Andy Sherman adds electricity to the minimalist verses from vocalist Dorothy, making it a mainstay in the duo’s setlist.
Denis Quin, Shermanology - Move Out Of My Way
A commanding vocal performance from Dorothy Sherman makes this 2018 track a classic in the siblings’ discography. Sherman’s refrain of “you can’t stop this train” is metaphorical to the energetic launch of the Shermanology project, which shows no signs of slowing down.