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Geoff Woolley

Geoff Woolley

Gee Dubaya / K-Vision

Date Of Birth : 1/27/60

Discography : View all tracks

Geoff Woolley is a fine example that you're never too old to make Dance music. Having played keyboards in various bands since he was just 14 years old, he went on to achieve City & Guilds in both sound engineering and music technology.

Nowadays, Geoff also plays a bass and drums and is involved in various music projects. Geoff has taken part in music on and off for twenty years now. He is experienced and well equipped to carry on for another.

As you may expect, Geoff engineers all his own material, ranging from Jazz Nu-Beatz to Hip Hop and Big Beatz to Trip Hop with a little Drum 'n' Bass in between. He has released two tracks with Stage One, "Jazzscope" and "Going Deep".

Geoff appreciates the Dance scene's latest angle - the blending of various styles. He says, "Having been through a very segregated period, where styles were minutely defined, it seems everything's starting to fuse back together, which allows the artist more freedom in his music and the opportunity to expand again”.

Having worked with people like Maxi Jazz, Ultravibe, Action People, Down to the Bone, T. Preston, Chris Bowden and Happyhead, Geoff has accumulated influences from all around. He has performed at Jazz Cafe, Orange, Lyceum, Venue, Heaven and Hacienda, as well as pubs, clubs and parties and has even appeared live in session on Radio One with John Peel twice and has also been featured on a Capital Radio session.

He has gained much respect from the likes of Giles Peterson, LTJ Bukem, Patrick Forge and John Peel and he gets along well with anyone who respects music for what it really is. He is particularly in favour of, "producers who persist and just get on with it, despite the odds. These are people with self-belief”.

He plans to release so much good music in the future, that people will find it difficult not to notice what he is doing. "I hate narrow minded people, people who believe only their favourite music counts for anything. It's not right when people with large egos but with no musical talent call themselves producers”. But for Geoff, he can't wait to see those people stand up, take notice and respect his music.

Brian Eno - Another Green World (album)
Miles Davis - E.S.P. (album)
LTJ Bukem - Logical Progression and Earth Volume 1 (albums)
MC Solaar - Qui Seme Le VEnt Recolte Le Tempo and Prose Combat (albums)
Barry Gray Orchestra - Themes to Stingray and Thunderbirds etc.
A Certain Ratio - To Each and Sextet (albums)
The Doors - Riders On The Storm
DJ Shadow - Influx
Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag
Dave Brubeck - Take Five