UK acid house pioneer A Guy Called Gerald will extend his Australian trip with a set at the Imperial Hotel this weekend.
Gerald was a founding member of 808 State, who were responsible for the classic track ‘Pacific State’, but is best known for his 1988 cut ‘Voodoo Ray’. Over the course of his three-decade career, he has collaborated with the likes of Derrick May and Frankie Knuckles.
Ben Drayton, Jungle Snake and Marc Jarvin join A Guy Called Gerald at the Imperial Hotel on Saturday June 14. For tickets, head to Resident Advisor.