In his 20s, he was already making tunes with artists like Derrick May and co-founded 808 State, producing music that would go on to influence generations of artists all over the world.
Gerald has been described as a ‘self written bible of dance music’, collaborating with seminal artists like Frankie Knuckles and releasing notable remixes of The Stone Roses, David Bowie and others.
From the huge hit ‘Voodoo Ray’ to ‘How Long is Now’, Gerald has been forever forward-thinking and his art forever evolving.
With Surco seeing a string of sell out events with their ‘Rave in a Bagel Shop’ series, it was only right to bring the party back to the real home of house music, Manchester’s original underground spot. They’ll be transforming South’s Basement into a scene from the 90’s acid house era that once thrived amongst our city.
A Guy Called Gerald (4 hours Live)
Jack Roberts b2b Lyle Sutherland (Surco)
A Guy Called Gerald @ South
Date: Sunday 25th August
Time: 11pm – 5am
South, 4A S King St, Manchester M2 6DQ
0161 637 5560