A Guy Called Gerald refuses to compromise or follow trends when it comes to his sound. Nine albums in and over fifty releases that span a 25-year career, A Guy Called Gerald has built a genre-busting body of work that stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise.
His track ‘Voodoo Ray’ is generally considered the start of acid house, inspiring a generation of kids around the world to rave. He has collaborated with everyone from Frankie Knuckles and Goldie through to Derrick May and Herbie Hancock. His remix credits are equally impressive with reworks in his back catalogue for David Bowie, Lamb, Stone Roses, Can, Tricky and Roman Flügel as well as having toured with the likes of New Order and Bebel Gilberto.
He’s back in the US for the first time in a few good years and his first stop is Good Room on May 28. He’ll…
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