| 1980s–present|| Andy Dorsselaer|
| Andrew Alphonse Van Dorsselaer|
3 November 1966 (age 49) (1966-11-03)
Frankston (Melbourne), Victoria, Australia
Dance, electronic, house
Vicious Vinyl, Virgin Records, Capitol Records, Sony Music
Disc jockey, producer
Andy Van Dorsselaer Wikipedia
Andrew Alphonse "Andy" Van Dorsselaer (also known as Andy Van) is an ARIA Award-winning Australian disc jockey, record producer and co-founder of the record label Vicious Vinyl.
He was one half of the dance music act Madison Avenue with Cheyne Coates. Their 1999 song "Don't Call Me Baby" reached #2 on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia and #1 on the RIANZ Singles Chart in New Zealand, the UK Singles Chart in the United Kingdom and the Billboard Dance Chart in the United States in 2000. In 2014, a remix of the track reached #1 on the ARIA Club Chart in Australia.
He is currently with the electronic act Vandalism (since 2004).1997 ARIA Music Award for Best Dance Release for "Coma" by Pendulum (as producer).
2000 ARIA Music Award for Best Single of the Year for "Don't Call Me Baby" by Madison Avenue.