Geoffroy has been at the forefront of the Belgian house scene for many years now but still sounds as refreshing today as he did back in the nineties. As a producer, he’s the driving force behind Mugwump, one of Belgium’s most successful export products in the dance music business with releases on Sasse’s Mood Music, Ewan Pearson’s high-standard Misericord imprint, Rob Mello’s Disco 45 (though distributed via Kompakt) and – last but not least – the mighty Kompakt.
A track for the Ghent-based Eskimo label and another EP on Kompakt are still in the pipeline. Mugwump’s high-quality productions earned Geoffroy declarations of love from international heavyweights such as Ewan Pearson, Dixon, Ivan Smagghe and Kiki (to name but a very few) and gigs at the best clubs in the world , most notably at Fabric, The End, Berghain, Rex Club, Sub-Club and Pacha. Next to producing and DJ’ing, Geoffroy also hosts Flesh, a gig at Fuse in Brussels to which he invites kindred spirits such as Âme, Ewan Pearson, Sasse and Motorcitysoul.
His WWW mix is a musical self-portrait of Geoffroy: eclectic, bumpy and most of all surprising. There’s a whole bunch of contemporary house tracks on tap, a few classics as well as some cuts of his own production, all flawlessly mixed into a coherent dance-provoking entity.
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