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Alias: DJ Clandestine
Buzz Goree started his DJ career at an early age in Detroit playing disco music. At the age of 15 he made guest-appearances at various Detroit clubs.
In 1982 Buzz Goree teamed up with a DJ crew called “AudioMix” which was one of Detroit’s dominating DJ teams.
In 1993 Buzz Goree started his label [l=Night Groove Records] releasing and producing under such names as [a=House Squad, The] and [a=Blowed Pimps, The]. He was executive producer to [a=Paula McPheirson]'s track “Lift me up” and the "Groove Tracks Vol 1" release featuring [a=Burt Collins (2)].
Soon after, he met [a=Mike Banks] and worked along with him on the [l=Happy Records] label. He was co-producer, along with [a=D-Ha] on many "Happy Records" releases throughout the 90′s which including tracks such as "Work Me".
In 1993 Buzz Goree teamed up with [a=Underground Resistance] releasing the Z-tracks and "The Swarm" under the pseudonym [a=Remote (5)] together with Mike Banks. In 2005 he produced the “UR Battlepak Vol. 1" for UR.
Since his beginnings in Detroit Buzz Goree has made DJ appearances in clubs all over the world