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Joris Voorn

Joris Voorn is a producer and DJ from Amsterdam. Raised in a musical family, music became a big part of his life from an early age. In about 1995, electronic music caught his attention for the first time. Getting deeper into this music as he started DJing in 1997, Joris developed an interest in techno and house. He started thinking about making his own music and bought the versatile MC-303 groovebox to experiment with synth and drumloops.

At the end of 2000, Joris started building a small studio to produce his own output - this led to his first release, muted trax pt. 1, on Keynote. This first EP was quite a success and was played by Carl Craig, Laurent Garnier, DJ Rush, Technasia and many more. Since then, Joris has released...

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Madura

Madura was a 1970s rock/fusion band from Chicago, United States. After the break up of Bangor Flying Circus (1969), Alan DeCarlo and Hawk Wolinski formed Madura. Only one personal change was made: drummer Michael Tegza was replaced with one of the best renowned drummers in the world: Ross Salomone.

David "Hawk" Wolinski, previous Shadows of Knight member, Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone recorded two albums produced by the Chicago producer James William Guercio. Hawk Wolinski later became a member of Rufus and Chaka Khan, and a successful producer and songwriter. Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone both appeared on Chicago keyboard player Robert Lamm's 1975 solo album "Skinny Boy,".

Madura can be seen and heard live on a s...

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