Shift K3Y Gets Loose with ‘Rhythm of the Drum’
February 8, 2019
February 8, 2019
Nearly 8 years after his debut performance at legendary London night club, Fabric, Dutch master Joris Voorn brings his unique styling to Fabric 83. Having first played at Fabric in 2007, Joris Voorn brought his live show and an expectation that would be greatly exceeded. “I’d heard plenty of stories about the club and was honoured and excited to play. The energy was raw and intense, and it was clear that everybody in the room knew what they came for, relentless techno…” as Joris Voorn describes the experience.
For two decades, Joris Voorn has shone brightly as an ever-progressing talent in the pool of techno’s leading lights. His track record shows a consistent caliber of finely detailed production that places him far from the rest. As his discography increases, there’s so much to be heard from inside Joris Voorn’s creative mind, from atmospheric to broken beats, much of which comes from his labels, Rejected and Green, off of which Voorn released Nobody Knows in 2014 and was named Billboard’s Electronic Album of the Year. He has forged an individual, identifiable sound that can be heard not only in the DJ booth, but also in the studio, clearly evident in Fabric 83.
In Fabric 83, Joris Voorn weaves together a staggering 65 tracks into a tapestry of deep techno. As Joris Voorn cuts, chops, and edits tracks from Max Loderbauer, John Tejada, and Plastikman, he also introduces some new material, such as “Looks Fake Obviously” and “Where Have You Gone (Part 1)”.
“The creative freedom I have when working in Ableton allows me to edit, mix, and remix tracks in ways you can’t do with turntables and CD players. Tracks are often used as building blocks in the form of loops and samples in order to create something completely new. Tracks are usually stripped down or minimal sounding to allow for layering and mixing with other tracks. The result is a mix that is more than the sum of its parts.” -Joris Voorn
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