In the midst of a massive North American tour which lands here at Public Works tomorrow night, figurehead Joris Voorn talks to our friends over at mybeatFix about his upcoming album and more.
“As a highly focused underground music figurehead – alternating between studio sessions, extensive touring, and managing a pair of prominent record labels – it’s impossible to deny Joris Voorn’s sweeping credibility among the modern industry. Even more laudable, the Dutch native has garnered an extraordinarily decorated profile throughout his multi-decade-long career, citing two full-length studio albums (the third to be released this Fall), five official compilations (including the prestigious Balance and Cocoon Heroes series), and a number of chart-topping EPs/singles. Given such a respectable reputation, it’s unsurprising that the Rejected chief makes frequent visits to the world’s greatest nightclubs, from London’s legendary Fabric to the Asian nightlife mecca, Womb Tokyo.
Currently well-immersed in a month-long North American tour circuit – featuring ten scheduled performances across the US – Joris Voorn exhibits no signs of easing up on his multifaceted course. Trailing a hefty first-round of gigs last weekend in Chicago, Toronto, Miami, and Mexico City, he’s once again gearing up for another weekender, hitting Barsmith in Phoenix, Public Works in San Francisco, and Output in Brooklyn. In light of Joris’ recent trek through the US, we were eager to chat with the renowned DJ/producer to check-up on the tour’s progress as well as his upcoming studio projects. Check out our exclusive interview below, and be sure to grab tickets to his next few tour dates by clicking the following links.”
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