Joris Voorn’s all-encompassing Spectrum project launched earlier this year, bringing the world his own branded, specially curated events, that feature extended sets by Joris himself and a stunning photography series that runs alongside the parties. Get ready for an iconic night!

We welcome the first Antwerp edition in Ampere
JORIS VOORN (green, rejected) NL
POINT G (point g, minibar) FR
EDWIN OOSTERWAL (green rejected) NL

Early bird: €10
Regular presale: €12

Joris Voorn

After Joris Voorn his last appearance at Ampere, the vibe was set for a return date. 2017 has proved to be a monumental year for Joris with the launch of his expansive
Spectrum concept. Encompassing club nights, festival stages, a globally broadcast radio show and a photography series, it’s his chance to show off his wider musical tastes with extended sets and his skills as a curator. Taking in events at landmark
venues like Amsterdam’s De Marktkantine and London’s Village Underground, it represents a big new step in his career that is gaining plaudits far and wide. It’s also the year he lands as a resident at Hï Ibiza for their In The Dark sessions on Thursdays, while he also plays several dates across the road for ANTS at Ushuaïa. He also continues his lifetime residency for Amsterdam’s Awakenings, playing special vinyl-only sets to celebrate their 20th anniversary. In short, you’ll find him at
many of the world’s biggest techno destinations including Ampere.

Point G aka DJ Gregory (FR)

Since restoring his Point G project back in 2013, DJ Gregory notoriety climbed and every vinyl release since sold out in short time. In addition to Point G Live, Gregory is also set to unveil several exclusive and special remasters via The Unreleased Files triple vinyl, along with a digital album, and bundle of raw live material. When asked about the forthcoming album, Darsa had this to say:

“I started the POINT G project back in 96 and relaunched it three years ago. The whole idea behind Point G Live was to keep that Raw 90’s analog feel with a twist of today on a continuous mix. I wanted it to give that feeling of what’s going on in the parties, the motions and emotions.”

Edwin Oosterwal 

From Holland’s thriving electronic music scene, yet another promising artist steps into the limelight. After being involved in a number of groundbreaking projects, DJ and producer Edwin Oosterwal is taking things to the next level. With critically acclaimed solo releases on his own Rejected imprint, remixes for Technasia and Terrence Dixon amongst others and gigs in some of Europe’s leading clubs, an international breakthrough is inevitable. Edwin started dj-ing in the East of Holland, where he was studying to be an engineer and first met with his friend and musical partner in crime Joris Voorn. Mixing all types of music for tough crowds, Edwin soon mastered the ancient craft of dance floor wizardry. Deejaying remained a passion in those days, only to become the main focus in later years. Edwin’s engineering endeavors brought him to all corners of the world, picking up different musical influences along the way. His years in Sydney broadened and deepened his take on electronic music. Living in NYC helped further develop Edwin’s historical perception. Edwin returned to Dutch shores a seasoned musical connoisseur. He soon hooked back up with Joris, who at the time was making a serious career out of spinning and producing. The two of them started Rejected – production outfit, dj-team, and label. From the first release, it was clear that Rejected had international appeal. ‘For The People’, ‘Cliché’ and ‘Let’s Go Juno’ ended up in all the right record bags. And in 2017 his own Chicago-esque floor-heaters ‘Elasticity and ‘Bleep’ were championed by the likes of Loco Dice, Kölsch and Eats Everything. After more than twenty years of paying his dues and biding his time, Edwin finds an old dream fulfilled. Not only is he heading two of Holland’s leading electronic music labels Green and Rejected. He is also touring the world with his own contemporary take on the sound he has been representing since the early nineties – as Rejected and by himself including shows at Joris Voorn’s Spectrum and the infamous Thuishaven in Amsterdam.