By Angus Paterson 23rd Aug, 2012
Dance music embodies both the most creatively uncompromising and tackiest elements that any music culture is capable of. So, can the two sides get on?
By Jack Tregoning 29th Jun, 2012
"Mixing isn't about counting to 4, it's about selecting the right record at the right time to capture the moment."
By Elliot Giakalis 19th Dec, 2011
Subsonic Festival comes back for another year, and we make the trek up to Barrington Tops. Does the festival still have it? Or has it jumped the shark?
By Jack Tregoning 31st Oct, 2011
“I just need a good soundsystem and I’m there,” A Guy Called Gerald tells inthemix, and it’s a mantra he’s been living for over 20 years now.
By Jackson Howard 12th Jan, 2009
The best of weather, a bubbly crowd, fantastic music, and promoters who clearly had the punter’s best interests at heart. The name Days Like This couldn’t have been more appropriate and quite frankly, a few more like this wouldn’t hurt.
By Kat Loughrey 9th Jan, 2009
This Saturday is your last chance to catch Manchester UK native and blast from the past, A Guy Called Gerald, at Melbourne's laneway club, Ffour.
By Andrew Wowk 29th Dec, 2008
It’s always a joyous occasion when one of the early pioneers of electronic music makes their first visit to Australia.
By Tim Hardaker 27th Jul, 2007
Slip Inn and Chinese Laundry will host their annual aquatic themed NYE soiree this December 31st, with headline acts already announced including Crazy Penis (Live), A Guy Called Gerald and Dublex Inc.
By Bill Code 5th Sep, 2006
The LP then, is firmly in the techno realm, as he describes it ‘ethereal material’ ‘tried and tested’ in Berlin clubs (well you couldn’t have done it in Canberra) on human subjects. It’s not really overly ethereal, but it’s good value.
By Marek Panasko 11th Feb, 2005
This new album comes all the way from the UK from artist Gerald Simpson whose production monikier is A Guy Called Gerald. The album features his latest single 'First Try', as well as vocal contributions from Ursula Rucker and Finley Quaye.