|9 September: eZo Festival Closing Party, Mtatsminda Park, Tbilisi, Georgia|
გთხოვთ გაითვალისწინოთ, რომ ბილეთების შეძენისთვის უნდა გაიაროთ ონლაინ ფეისკონტროლი, რისთვისაც აუცილებელია პასუხის მიღებამდე თქვენი ფეისბუქ პროფილი, ან მხოლოდ ფოტოები მაინც, იყოს ღია. წინააღმდეგ შემთხვევაში ავტომატურად მიიღებთ უარს.
აბონემენტის ფასი: 100 ლარი
|2 September: L'Embrasure, Le Petit Morne, Mauritius|
|21-28 August: Lux Hotel, Mauritius|
A GUY CALLED GERALD
An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s acid house frenzy releasing the first UK acid house record, the ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and 'Pacific State' and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle / drum n bass.
Nine albums and 25 years of independence later, he continues to push the boundaries of electronic dance music touring worldwide bringing his "true school" flavour to a world overloaded with pop pap.
Although his remixes are relatively enviable including the likes of David Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, Black Uhuru, Finley Quaye, Lamb, Tricky and The Stone Roses, it is Gerald’s own productions and refusal to plough anyone’s furrow but his own which has marked him out. A Guy Called Gerald is responsible for the birth of British dance music as you know it today and continues to explore what is possible both in the studio and in the club with his "Live in Session" performances.
|29 July: Fuji Rock Festival '17, Naeba Ski Park, Niigata-Ken, Japan|
Fuji Rock Festival '17
Date / Fri, 28 Jul 2017 - Sun, 30 Jul 2017
Aphex Twin, Björk, LCD Soundsystem, Lorde, Major Lazer, Queens Of The Stone Age, The xx, The Amazons, Ásgeir, Bonobo (live), Catfish And The Bottlemen, Chronixx, Dats, DYGL, Eden, Elvin Bishop, Father John Misty, Goldroom, Grapevine, グループ魂, A Guy Called Gerald (live), the Hiatus, The Lemon Twigs, Lukas Graham, Maggie Rogers, The Marcus King Band, never young beach, Nina Kraviz, 小沢健二, くるり, Rag'N'Bone Man, RHYE, サンボマスター, Sampha, Sturgill Simpson, 水曜日のカンパネラ, サニーデイ・サービス, Temples, Train, Troyboi, Western Caravan
|7 July: A Guy Called Gerald Live In Session, Moth Club, Hackney, London, England|
A Guy Called Gerald (Live In Session) Plus Special Guests
Date / Friday 7 July 2017
A Guy Called Gerald
A Guy Called Gerald (Live In Session)
An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s acid house frenzy with his ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and 'Pacific State' (as part of 808 State) and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle / drum n bass. Nine albums and 25 years of independence later, he continues to push the boundaries of electronic dance music touring worldwide bringing his "true school" flavour to a world overloaded with pop pap.
His Live In Session shows use a vast patchwork of past, present and future experimenting effortlessly between early acid house through abstract tech breaks into dreamscapes of futuristic oscillations.
"I have decided the only way to give music to the people is raw and straight from the true school. I don't have to hide behind any trend or gimmicks. ie. analogue equipment and vinyl fetishism. I'm sorry to say but I still feel like I'm blazing the way forward only because everyone seems to be stuck in "retrogression" mode. Maybe they need a stop / start to get them out of the loop? I refuse to compromise when it comes to my sound. I realised that I'm the only real deal within dance music when I found it was impossible for me to sell out. This is the True School." A Guy Called Gerald
Special guests from one of electronic music's leading labels confirmed and TBA.
Warm up DJ Kat Richmond (Electronic 17).
|1 July: Kelvedon Bash, Kelvedon Hall, Brentwood, Essex, England|
A Guy Called Gerald at Kelvedon Bash, Kelvedon Hall, Brentwood, Essex
Date / 1 July 2017
Kelvedon Bash - A brand new intimate arts and music festival
30 June - 2 July
Kelvedon Hall is 19 miles from London. It was built it 1715 by Sir John Wright. It was bought by the Channon family in the thirties by “Chips” Channon a politician and socialite. Henry and Katie Channon now live at the house and have decided to run an event on the grounds. The idea of the “bash ” is the intimate feel, a house party that you are a part of. The site looks across at the impressive Queen Anne house, which we will project images onto, in a direct contrast the old and the new. Modern meets the old.
Although music is an integral part KelvedonBash is not simply a music festival, it is about all of the Arts. As significant art collectors themselves it is important that it promotes what Henry and Katiebelieve in. Paul Saunders owns and runs both Westbank Art Gallery and Urban in Ibiza which will travel to Kelvedon with leading street artists who will decorate and perform throughout the weekend stamping its unique edgy brand on this beautiful country house. Leading street artists will decorate the arena. As part of the interactive ethos of our festival, we will also be having: graffiti walls an art hunt and Kids Paws, something for everyone.
A large attraction of the weekend will be a search for ‘The New Young Face of Essex.’ With a celebrity model coming to judge the final. We will be collaborating with local and London fashion schools; we want our models to wear innovative clothes designed by the up-and-coming generation of designers as well as more established names in the business. Our preferred styles and ideas will be showcasing breakthrough designs with themes including recycling and reinventing.
A large film tent will be in situ run by Lara Agnew, documentary maker and teacher at NFTS (National film school). This multi-dimensional project will include crowd participations creating a constant live feed. Film entertainment for all ages. With an onsite editing suite, young filmmakers can get hands on experience and learn some new skills.
Although small, it is vital to our ethos that Kelvedon Bash is special, interesting and original. The best of what street food has to offer will be available. Seoul comes to Essex with Kogi, traditional English with a Hog roast, the Viet Van and of course The All Day Breakfast Bar.
|24 June: Selecta Bros (JB & AGCG B2B), Glastonbury Festival 2017, The Common, Glastonbury, England|
The Common at Glastonbury Festival 2017
Date / Sat, 24 Jun 2017
The Common: Glastonbury Festival
Selecta Bros - A Guy Called Gerald & JB
"Catch us playing Saturday night in the cave for an extended session gonna be a goodun"
|23 June: Glastonbury Festival 2017, Glade Stage, Glastonbury, England|
Glade at Glastonbury Festival 2017
Date / Fri, 23 Jun 2017
Glade Stage: Glastonbury Festival
A GUY CALLED GERALD
|16 June: Pub Rave with A Guy Called Gerald, Camden Assembly, Camden, London, England|
Pub Rave with A Guy Called Gerald
Date / Friday 16 June 2017
£5.00 + £1.00 1st release (entry before 11:15PM)
£10.00 2nd release (entry before 11:15pm)
A Guy Called Gerald
Summer is approaching and we’re kicking it off with a party that takes rave back to it's roots – a night filled with acid & hedonistic sounds providing non-stop dancing & feel good vibes until sunrise. To say that we have a legend of the scene headlining would be a massive understatement; we’re overwhelmed to announce that none other than 808 state’s A Guy Called Gerald will be topping the bill…
Few people can claim to have had the impact on a musical scene as Manchester’s A Guy Called Gerald. Starting out in the late eighties and inspired by the emerging Hacienda scene around him, one of his earliest releases literally changed the musical landscape: his ‘Voodoo Ray’ track with its gurgling bassline, reversed samples and otherworldly atmospheres came to define the new acid house sound and has remained a timeless classic to this day.
|10 June: Mechatronica, Griessmuehle, Berlin, Germany|
Mechatronica w. A Guy Called Gerald (Live), Bosconi Sound System & More TBA
Date / Sat, 10 Jun 2017 - Sun, 11 Jun 2017
> A Guy Called Gerald LIVE [Bosconi Records, !K7, Juice Box]
Bosconi Soundsystem [Bosconi Records] aka:
> Jensen Interceptor [Central Processing Unit, Space Factory, Boysnoize]
|9 June: SSW7 Summer Weekender, Stanwix Park Holiday Centre, Greenrow Silloth, Cumbria, England|
9 June 2017 - 12 June 2017
www.sswevents.com for info and to book
A MECCA for people that love the purest and most UNDERGROUND forms of HOUSE and SOUL MUSIC around, brought to you by the WORLD’S TOP DJS, LIVE ACTS and EMERGING TALENT from around the globe. "Real House" and rare Modern/Norther Soul, Funk and Boogie guaranteed!
After the incredible success of SSW6 at the stunning Stanwix Holiday Park in Cumbria, jus’ 20 minutes from Carlisle on the beautiful Solway Coast by the sea, we're back again bigger and better with SSW7. It’s about the unrivled superior sound systems we furnish our arenas with, It's about the spotless accommodation, it’s about the friendly park staff and door stewards, it’s about the late, late bars and cheap drink prices,, it’s about the brilliant train and motorway links to Carlisle that makes it so easy to get to by any mode of transport from anywhere but most of all IT’S ABOUT THE MUSIC AND THE PEOPLE.
House, Rare Disco & Edits, Modern & Northern Soul, Funk, Boogie, Nu Disco & Space Funk.
THE House & Soul weekender for purists, not tourists!
An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s Acid House frenzy with his ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and ‘Pacific State’ (as part of 808 State) and went on to lay down the blueprint for Jungle and Drum ‘N’ Bass. Nine albums and twenty five years of independence later, he continues to push the boundaries of electronic dance music touring worldwide bringing his ‘true school’ flavour to a world overloaded with imitation House and pop pap.
Although his remixes are relatively enviable including the likes of David Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, Black Uhuru, Finley Quaye, Lamb, Tricky and The Stone Roses, it is Gerald’s own productions and refusal to plough anyone’s furrow but his own which has marked him out. A Guy Called Gerald is partly responsible for the birth of British dance music as you know it today and continues to explore what is possible both in the studio and in the club with his ‘Live in Session’ performances.
Since 2012 he has been working on a side project with Graham Massey (808 State) called REBUILD performing live jams on the Roland machines. ‘How Long Is Now’ was released on Bosconi Records in 2012. A live album Silent Sound Spread Spectrum followed from the Society of Sound Series – a collaboration between Bowers & Wilkins and Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in 2013.
In 2016/17 he continues to be in demand worldwide with his Live In Session shows using a vast patchwork of past, present and future, experimenting effortlessly between early Acid House through abstract tech breaks into dreamscapes of futuristic oscillations. At Glastonbury Festival this year he will be performing with Funktion One’s Ambisonic Experimental system – a six stack Ambisonic full-sphere surround sound technique that is ‘capable of recreating accurate three-dimensional sound stages from original recordings’.
In the studio he is busy recording a steady stream of releases on his own digital label and a new album due out in mid 2017.
“I have decided the only way to give music to the people is raw and straight from the true school. I don’t have to hide behind any trend or gimmicks. ie. analogue equipment and vinyl fetishism. I’m sorry to say but I still feel like I’m blazing the way forward only because everyone seems to be stuck in “retrogression” mode. Maybe they need a stop/start to get them out of the loop? I refuse to compromise when it comes to my sound. I realised that I’m the only real deal within dance music when I found it was impossible for me to sell out. This is the True School.”
A Guy Called Gerald
|20 May 2017: Connie's Acid House Party Event's present DJ Pierre & A Guy Called Gerald B2B, Gorilla, Manchester, England|
A Guy Called Gerald B2B DJ Pierre (Live Acid)
Pre-Party in Gorilla bar from 8-11pm / Club 11-4am
Connie's Acid House Party is an annual North West children's charity fundraiser for Tiny Step's registered charity number:1161146
BIG thanks to Roland UK who are providing some of the technical rider for this years event.
Ticket's are £20
All guestlist enquiries please use the usual link : https://youtu.be/5O9TOB0P_6s
|18 May 2017: Superdry Store Private Party, Moscow, Russia|
Superdry Store Opening, Russia, Moscow (invite-only private party)
A Guy Called Gerald, Normski and The Jungle Drummer.
|5 May 2017: Acid Aktion #2, Lux Fragil, Lisbon, Portugal|
Acid Aktion #2 - A Guy Called Gerald x Rui Vargas b2b Tiago
Date / Friday 5 May 2017
- Disco -
Seja qual for o tópico, é necessário que a História aconteça (os anos passem) para se verem claramente os momentos definidores. Assim foi com "Voodoo Ray" e acid house. A Guy Called Gerald acabava de deixar os 808 State, com quem tinha gravado o álbum "Newbuild" (1988). Para Aphex Twin, que reeditou esse disco mais de uma década depois, era o passo seguinte em relação ao acid de Chicago: "era mais frio e mais humano, ao mesmo tempo". Sozinho, Gerald continuou a explorar esse equilíbrio difícil de conseguir, esticando a influência de Manchester na cena electrónica inglesa de dança, que vinha pelo menos desde "Blue Monday" dos New Order, em 1983. A sua origem jamaicana, a colecção de discos do pai, o amor pelo electro e a postura b boy, a importação das novidades de Detroit e Chicago por lojas de discos em Manchester, tudo junto resultou na visão singular que criou "Voodoo Ray", o álbum "Hot Lemonade", o arranque dos 808 State (que se encontraram na cena hip hop) e a evolução para alguns dos primeiros discos de drum & bass, culminando em "Black Secret Technology" (1995), considerado por alguma imprensa como o melhor álbum de jungle de sempre. Gerald tinha o dedo mesmo no nervo do movimento, da mesma forma que, em 1988, "Voodoo Ray" aparece creditada como a primeira faixa acid house a ser produzida em Inglaterra. E ele vai estar cá. Que cena.
|21 April: Drop Bass Not Bombs #001, CLF Art Cafe / The Bussey Building, Peckham, London, England|
Drop Bass Not Bombs #001
Date / Friday 21 April 2017
It's all in the title. Start the beats and stop the bombs. Pull up ya socks and grab ya dancing shoes to raise money for the largest anti-war movement of its kind anywhere in the world.
A Guy Called Gerald + Jungle Drummer
Doors open 8pm with a special screening of
**The screening is free but you must purchase the correct ticket including the screening via the Resident Advisor ticket link above.
|16 April: Boiler Room Presents: The Warehouse Project, Acid House Pool Party, Victoria Baths, Manchester, England|
Victoria Baths, Manchester
On Easter Sunday, we're recreating Tony Wilson's 'The Other Side of Midnight' (OSM) – an acid house pool party filmed in Manchester's Victoria Baths and broadcast on national TV in 1988.
We're filling up the same pool for the first time in 30yrs and bringing the acid house magic of OSM back to life. Joining us are original OSM artists A Guy Called Gerald (live) and Hacienda resident Jon Dasilva, house veteran DANNY RAMPLING and newer generation rave pioneers Artwork and Dave Monolith/MNLTH (live).
Full info: blrrm.tv/acidhouse
BR x WHP x Fac 51 Hacienda: The Other Side of Midnight Acid House Pool Party
Manchester 16 Apr 15:00 - 19:00 BST
Make way for one of Boiler Room's biggest dates in the 2017 calendar. This Easter Weekend, we're joining forces with The Warehouse Project and Fac 51 The Hacienda to bring an acid house special in the genre's spiritual homeland of Manchester.
On Easter Sunday, we're recreating The Other Side of Midnight (OSM) – an acid house pool party filmed in Manchester's Victoria Baths, hosted by Factory Records and The Hacienda owner Tony Wilson and broadcast on national TV in 1988.
We're filling up the same pool for the first time in 30 years, and bringing the acid house magic of OSM back to life. Joining us are original OSM artists A Guy Called Gerald (live) and Hacienda resident Jon Dasilva, acid house veteran Danny Rampling and newer generation rave pioneers Artwork and MNLTH (live).
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|8 April: Class Act Festival, Feierwerk, Munich, Germany|
8 April at 21:00 to 9 April at 5:00 UTC+02
Feierwerk, Hansastr. 39-41, 81373 Munich, Germany
Class Act Festival | #01 Strange Science… all live! all danceable!
A Guy Called Gerald (live)
präsentiert von MunichOpenMinded, Curt München und ASK HELMUT
Die legendären Soundtüftler A GUY CALLED GERALD, DMX KREW und CEEPHAX ACID CREW haben TB-303, TR-808, TR-707, SH-101 und noch die eine oder andere Maschine eingepackt und machen sich am Samstag 08.04.2017 auf den Weg in die Kranhalle, um sich ab 22:30 Uhr mit den local Heroes DYNAMIK BASS SYSTEM, THE ANARCHY SKYWALKERS und RAWBOT die Bühne zu teilen.
The Rise of the Machines… es erwartet uns ein mächtiges Soundgewitter aus live produzierten elektronischen Sounds. Die Meister der gepflegt innovativen Klangkunst übernehmen die Regler, Knöpfe und Tasten für eine Party ohne Kompromisse. Genreübergreifend mit viel Enthusiasmus und Spaß an der Improvisation wird es bei aller technischen Raffinesse schön laut und tanzbar bleiben. Eben genauso wie A GUY CALLED GERALD es trefflich formuliert: „…this is not a spectator sport! From the speakers to the sneakers!“.
Für korrekte Visuals sorgen unsere Spezis von Dreschwerk Kollektiv.
Im Rahmenprogramm könnt ihr euch ab 11:00 Uhr im Orangehouse unter fachkundiger Anleitung und Bereitstellung des Materials unserer Partner von LeafAudio im Synthesizer & FX Workshop euer eigenes Gerät bauen und im Anschluss mitnehmen. Achtung! Limitierte Tickets. Anmeldung bei: www.leaf-audio.com
Bevor die Party startet zeigen wir im Café Kranhalle ab 21:30 Uhr die grandiose Modular-Synthesizer Dokumentation „I dream of Wires“. Hier kommen u.a. Trent Reznor, Carl Craig, Flood, Vince Clark, Deaudmau5 zu Wort. Wir finden absolut sehenswert und der perfekte Einstieg bevor die Party startet. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAabyhhwC68
A GUY CALLED GERALD
CEEPHAX ACID CREW
DYNAMIK BASS SYSTEM
THE ANARCHY SKYWALKERS
Dieses Projekt wird gefördert von der Landeshauptstadt München Kulturreferat.
|28 March: Selecta Bros (JB & AGCG B2B), Paradox, Egg, Kings Cross, London, England|
FREE ENTRY BEFORE 11.30 PM
Starting early with a raucous vibe for those looking to let loose on the dance floor sorrounded by an extravagant atmosphere. A mix of the hottest music will lead you to a mystic journey through Disco Vibes and soul/electro delights in the first part of the night. Paradox is the perfect spot to meet new people and get into most savage london nightlife. In the second part of the night Local and international DJs on rotation keep things fresh, with special guests spinning heady dancefloor leading House and Techno to their perfect point of contact until the early hours of Wednesday.
£7 - STUDENT CARDS
DRESS CODE: ALTERNATIVE
**ID REQUIRED ON THE DOOR
People who don't care if they sleep are lovers.
"Catch the Selecta Bros in session at Paradox Egg LDN on March 28th"
|25 March: Opium, Club Vaag, Antwerp, Belgium|
Opium with A Guy Called Gerald - Live
Date / Saturday 25 March 2017
A Guy Called Gerald (3 HOUR LIVE SET)
Saturday 25th of March we are back in the infamous basement "club vaag” and it will be a special night.
A night guided by a true Manchester hero called, Gerald Simpson aka “a guy called Gerald”, who has been active as dj & producer since the 80’s. After forming the 808 State, he left the group in 1988 after a few problems. Like this he was able to concentrate more on his solo work in his little attic studio, with "voodoo ray” as a result.
As being the first UK acid house producer and pioneer, he achieved the rare feat of having not one but two instrumental dance tracks in the UK charts at the same time. He is a self-written bible of dance music and we are happy to have him over for a 3 hour live set!!
We also invited the guys of vice city for some funky monkey business.
JOIN US, LET’S SPREAD SOME OPIUMVIBES!!!
|19 March: V MoVement / House Of Mince, Pavlova Bar / Club 77, Sydney, Australia|
|17 March: Glamorama Fridays, Glamorama Bar, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
Glamorama Fridays - A Guy Called Gerald (UK)
Date / Friday 17 March 2017
A GUY CALLED GERALD (DJ Set)
When it funks, it funks hard.
Breaking Beats Since 1988.
Where do you start with A Guy Called Gerald? A hidden gem, the gateway between Chicago house / Detroit Techno and the UK dance music explosion in the late 80s. He is one of a few special producers who entered dance music in the jacking zone. He is the first UK acid house producer and probably the first producer to have two instrumental dance tracks in the UK charts at the same. He formed 808 State with a drum machine, a 303, 2 Roland SH101s and 2 other humans. His collaborations stem from Frankie Knuckles, Goldie, Finley Quaye and Derrick May through to Herbie Hancock, remixed for David Bowie, Lamb, Stone Roses, Black Uhuru, Can, Tricky, Roman Fluegel and The Orb and toured with New Order, Tricky and Bebel Gilberto.
An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s acid house frenzy releasing the first UK acid house record, the ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle / drum n bass.
Expect anything from early acid house through abstract tech breaks or dreamscapes of futuristic oscillations. You are in the hands of a true master..
From 9pm till really late
Dinners, birthdays and bookings:
|12 March: WOMADelaide 2017, Botanic Park, Adelaide, Australia|
10 March 2017 at 16:30 to 13 March 2017 at 23:59 UTC+10:30
+61 8 8271 1488
+ INSTALLATION / ROVING PERFORMANCES:
Astrid Mendez: The Pilgrim (Chile / Australia)
FULL Planet Talks program, KidZone, Electrolounge, Workshops and Global Village, + more artists to be announced soon!
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|4 March: Sugar Factory, Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
A Guy Called Gerald
Date / Saturday 4 March 2017
A Guy Called Gerald, William Kouam Djoko, Khalil
A Guy Called Gerald is 25+ years of dance music incarnate. From “Voodoo Ray” in 1988 to “Tronic Jazz” released on Germany’s respected Laboratory Instinct label in 2010, this man is a self-written bible of dance music. He is one of a few special producers who entered dance when it was jackin’ and has never let up. He was the first UK acid house producer and achieved the rare feat of having not one but two instrumental dance tracks in the UK charts at the same time. He formed 808 State with a drum machine, a 303, 2 Roland SH101s and two other humans.
Over the course of his career Gerald 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.
|25 February: Dance 88/89, Sankeys East, Romford, Essex, England|
Dance 88/89 with A Guy Called Gerald, Terry Farley & Danny Clockwork
Date / Saturday 25 February 2017
A Guy Called Gerald
We love the classics! This is exactly what Dance 88/89 is all about, it brings back the magic of the UK and Ibiza's very first raves! It's all about dancing, music and love ❤️
|20 February: Climate Revolution / Vivienne Westwood, Fabric, London, England|
Date and Time
Mon 20 February 2017
There is one truly political act you can make as an individual or a group - Switch to GREEN ENERGY. Stop the demand for burning fossil fuels and further fracking and make choices that stop climate change.
These are the messages that activist and British icon Vivienne Westwood will be giving to an audience of 900 people at the iconic nightspot, Fabric.
Taking place on Monday 20th February from 19:00 to midnight during London Fashion Week, the event follows the successful Climate Revolution event held last September at The Box nightclub, London, and is a continuation of the activist’s ongoing movement opposing the current political, economic and social dogma.
Sponsored by Sauvelle Vodka and The Olumide Gallery, the night will be a celebration of culture and conscious environmental activism, speakers on the night include Vivienne Westwood, James Jagger (Project Zero) and green energy supplier, Ecotricity’s founder, Dale Vince. To get the party started will be an exclusive DJ set by ‘A Guy Called Gerald’ and other special guest DJ’s.
|4 February: Sound Department, Taranto, Italy|
4 February at 22:59 to 5 February at 8:00 UTC+01
Secondo appuntamento con ONE NIGHT BEATS, la rassegna di musica elettronica itinerante tra i migliori club della Valle d’Itria e dintorni, con la seconda data presso il Sound Department di Taranto.
- J. Tijn
- A Guy Called Gerald
- Back to Hill
Albergo Diffuso "Sotto le Cummerse"
|28 January: 030303 Rave Edition, De Helling, Utrecht, The Netherlands|
De Helling, Helling 7, 3523 CB Utrecht, The Nethertlands
☻ A GUY CALLED GERALD
A Guy Called Gerald (U.K.) is de artiestennaam van acid-housepionier Gerald Simpson. In 1987 richtte hij met Graham Massey en Martin Price de groep 808 State op. Hiermee werkte hij mee aan het album Newbuild, dat het eerste Britse acid-housealbum is. Ook is hij betrokken bij de monsterhit Pacific State. Voor hij uit 808 State vertrok was hij al begonnen met een solocarrière. In 1988 verschijnt de ep Voodoo Ray. Het titelnummer hiervan broeide een tijdje in de underground en werd in 1989 een Britse top 20-hit. Gerald speelt zich hiermee in de kijker van John Peel, die in 1989 een korte Peel-session met hem opneemt. Een jaar later kwam zijn tweede album uit. Op Automanikk werkte hij samen met de Detroitse technoproducer Derrick May. Hierna richtte hij Juice Box Records op. https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Guy_Called_Gerald
030303 RAVE TEAM
|14 January: Superfiction vs Best Friends, Chalet, Berlin, Germany|
Club Night With/ A Guy Called Gerald, Italoboyz, Lovebirds and More
Date / Saturday 14 January 2017 23:59 - 11:00
Superfiction Recordings floor:
Best's Friends floor