That’s why he bought his first records, from early hiphop to old school acid, techno and drum ‘n bass and started spinning, mainly on small parties from friends. In 1994, just for the fun of it, he produced a couple of house tracks with two friends, which were received well but never released. After a time of wandering around, Jesse Voorn ended up in Amsterdam, where his career as a dj took flight. During the years he developed a broad taste in music that was warmly welcomed by the audience.
Because he really hates it to limit himself to one particular style of music, he grabs pieces of different kinds of music that influenced him during the years. Why play just one genre if there’s so much out there? Tired of the monotone four-to-the-floor dance music, he came up with a unique blend of styles and created a brand new and energetic sound with an eclectic mixture of electro, house, rock, breakbeats and techno that truly rocks the dancefloor and gets the crowd moving: He calls it simply electronicpoprockdance. However, there is one thing his trashy house beats have in common, they are funky as hell. This dj is a real crowdpleaser and definitely spins for his audience.
But he also likes to give them something to remember, and he achieves this with an excellent choice of records, combining both well known as less known tunes in his energetic mixing style. And lately his name is buzzing around everywhere. The dj rocks all dancefloors of Holland’s most renowned clubs and dance events, like Dance Valley, with is uplifting mixture of musical elements. No nonsense, just good music. Besides all this, Jesse is an ambassador for Dance4Life, an globaly operating organisation that makes people aware of the problems around aids and hiv.
He also was nominated Best Talent 2006. And Jesse started to do some producing again and right now he is working on some new tracks. Jesse shared the decks with renowned artists such as Don Diablo, Laidback Luke, Kevin Saunderson, James Zabiela, Mylo, Derrick May, Futureshock, Stanton Warriors and 16 Bit Lolita’s. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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