Green Records represents the independent dutch music label founded in 2005 by Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal.
Joris Voorn, the dutch DJ, producer and remixer from Amsterdam, devoted to House and Techno since 1997 is one of the founders of Green (2) and Rejected Music. Raised in a musical family, music naturally became an intrinsic part of Voornʼs life from an early age. Electronic music first caught his attention in the mid- 90ʼs, and he started DJʼing in 1997. After developing a more focused interest in house and techno, Joris invested in the versatile MC-303 Groovebox and began to experiment with synth sounds and drumloops.
In the summer of 2005 Joris Voornʼs new personal outlet called ʻgreenʼ saw the light of day. ʻA dedicated mindʼ was released as the first EP, which garnered success globally. He also completed his debut DJ mix CD for the Fuse club in Belgium. After Dave Clarke, DJ Hell and Technasia, Fuse presented Joris Voorn to mix part 4 of their international residentʼs dj mix albums. The mix contained over 40 tracks of timeless techno music mixed with the help of Ableton Live for its endless mixing and editing possibilities.
In 2006 the sophomore release under Voornʼs Green label, named ʻMPX_309ʼ, was a crossover techno work that was played out by techno, minimal, house and trance DJs. During the same year Voorn created his second album, released worldwide in June 2007. This new piece of work called ʻFrom a deep placeʼ featured many different styles of electronic music, ranging from atmospheric interludes to broken beats, house and deep soulful techno.
Green Records's artists roster includes a variety of acts such as: Deetron, Edwin Oosterwal, I:Cube, Jimpster, Joris Voorn, Ripperton, Minilogue, Pitto, Mark August, Technasia, Patrice Baumel, Radio Slave, Nuno Dos Santos, Quince, Stimming, amongst many others.