Geddes has been a pioneer in the London Warehouse house and techno scene. Throwing his Mulletover parties since 2004 within the city, Geddes has been lucky enough to play with a whole host of world renowned DJs.
Geddes has toured extensively performing at some of Europe’s most influential underground clubs including Panorama Bar, Watergate and Robert Johnson, plus a residency at Space Ibiza among his many DJing accolades. Meanwhile he has been equally successful as a musician, releasing on numerous labels, including Mobilee, Truesoul, Leftroom, Tsuba together with his own imprint murmur.
Richy Ahmed is firmly established as one of the top DJ’s at the forefront of British house music at the moment, consistently re-defining the scene, taking cues from disco, techno, funk, electro and hip-hop. Playing a major part in the renaissance of British House in recent years which has given rise to a whole new breed of DJ’s and producers, Richy Ahmed is a driving force behind this resurgence of home-grown talent.
Now, Geddes is back on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul with his latest EP combining all the intricacies within his rhythms to create a flowing and creative selection of tracks that will keep the dancefloor swaying. With the help of Elli, the title track ‘On the Streets’ is a late night groover that has also been reworked by Richy Ahmed to take it down another twisted avenue.
Today, we proudly premiere Richy Ahmed’s reworking of ‘On The Streets’. The Hot Creations‘ adds a truly late night vibe to the already haunting track.
“On the Streets” EP is available 17 August on Truesoul Records