Geddes is one of the true pioneers of the London house scene. Among those ahead of the game when it came to the fragmentation of the super club and the dawn of a new warehouse era, Geddes and his mulletover party crew were integral in the rise of the underground and have helped shape the heart of its landscape and sound in the capital and beyond.
When he started the now prolific mulletover events back in 2004, it was through grit and determination and an enduring love for exploring and championing the freshest talent and securing original spaces that Geddes became a figurehead in the evolution of a thriving house and techno scene.
Born and raised in London, Stuart Geddes cultivated a belief and desire to inject freshness into his surroundings and succeed he did. Now having celebrated mulletover’s 8th birthday on the 5th April, the party has gained unrivalled success and remains at the heart of the London scene. Attracting over 2000 people to their monthly staged events in rotating secret locations and hosting their own stages at festivals such as Lovebox, Glade, Garden Festival in Croatia, transporting revellers to boats, forests, beaches, lighthouses and warehouses across the world.
With an ever-evolving creativity and ability to move with the times, not to mention the support and love from a tight community of music fans and artists alike, the omnipresence of Geddes and his contribution to underground London may endure for many years to come.
1 - Deo & Z-Man 'Glad To Be Mad'
2 - The Man With No Shadow 'Hypontizer'
3 - Mosca 'Accidentally' ft Robert Owens
4 - Huxley & Sam Russo 'Jammas Basement'
5 - The $ Project 'Release Yourself'
6 - Geddes '282'
7 - Kameleon 'Confetti'
8 - Rhymos 'Cancel Reality'
9 - And.Id 'AIr'
10 - SLG 'I Love You But Ive Choosen Disco' (Axel Boman remix)