From a bedroom somewhere in Suffolk, the now 22 year old has turned worldwide House phenomenon in an incredibly short amount of time. His raw edged EP’s for the RAMP Recordings sub-label Fourth Wave in 2011 were hard to categorise, and even harder to forget. 2012 has been even more rewarding for the young producer, with the peak time disco house throwback track ’90′s Prostitution Racket’ and the ridiculous ‘Demolition Man’ collaboration with Kevin McPhee cementing his reputation as a hit machine. Gerry followed this by releasing his rough and tumble ‘Yeah Come Dance’ EP with Dutch Techno institution Delsin, and his incredibly well received debut album ‘Jummy’ to similar global effect.
It may be hard to believe that this is all the work of a cheeky laptop wielding 22 year old sitting in his bedroom in the sleepy market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, but it’s what makes it all the more intriguing.
Gerry is currently lining up more singles for Delsin & Fourth Wave, and has been working on a new live show incorporating live drum machines and samplers
Veiled: Gerry Read
Gerry Read gives a rare interview and sheds light on his elusive appearance, ‘Jummy’, and more…