The recent Grammy-Award nomination with Steel Pulse for his production work on their latest album ‘Mass Manipulation’, followed by three #1 in the Billboard chart as a musician and songwriter on Lee “Scratch” Perry, Steel Pulse and Hollie Cook’s albums, consolidate Gaudi’s credentials earning him the title of one of the most sought-after dub producer in the dub-electronica scene.
More chart positions this year for Gaudi, with another #1 in the iTunes chart for the collaborative 7in ‘Blue Monday’ feat Dub Pistols and Dubmatix, plus a #41 in the official UK chart with Horace Andy’s album ‘Midnight Rocker’ and a #13 UK for the ‘Dreadzone’ album ‘Dubwiser 2’.
A global favourite in the dub, psychedelic and electronica scenes, producer and solo artist Gaudi keeps feeding his loyal fan base with his infectious bass-driven grooves and innovative production techniques. There’s no easy way to encapsulate London-based Gaudi’s vast body of work, for the past three and a half decades he has been shattering genre barriers, pioneering psychedelic-influenced dub, world music and reggae, amassing a stunning collection of originals, remixes, collaborations and production works with artists such as: The Orb, Groove Armada, Mad Professor, Deep Forest, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Trentemoller, Simple Minds, African Head Charge, Lamb, Sizzla, Capleton, Steel Pulse, Dub FX, Shpongle, Horace Andy, Don Letts, Michael Franti, Balkan Beat Box, Youth, Dub Pistols, Grandmaster Flash, The Beat, Hollie Cook, Salmonella Dub, Grouch, Barrington Levy, Prince Fatty, General Levy, Afrika Bambaataa, Ace Ventura and Astrix to name but a few. Whether he is finessing high-profile projects in the studio, or whipping a crowd into a frenzy, Gaudi places all importance on sonic perfection, providing the best aural experience for his fans. He has done so for his entire career, which has seen the release of 19 solo albums, about 350 productions and remixes, plus a number of movie soundtracks. A consummate musician and live performer, in his shows he plays theremin, minimoog, vocoder, tape echoes, percussion, multi-effects, stylophone and dub sirens, mixing his live dub vocals through analogue equipment to maximum effect.
Honouring the traditions of old school dub, on stage he always leaves space for his music improvisation, resulting then with each of his performance been unique and unpredictable.
As an accomplished keyboardist and theremin player he is also part of live acts whom sporadically performs with,: African Head Charge, The Orb, Deep Forest, Steel Pulse, Mad Professor, Adrian Sherwood, Scott Page and Roberta Freeman of Pink Floyd, Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction, Norwood Fisher of Fishbone and Youth of Killing Joke.
Beyond the music, a burning passion reveals itself in a scathing rebuttal of tyranny and oppression through sonic resistance. In constant demand on the live touring and festival circuits, Gaudi spreads the words of peace, love on every stop, performing at some of the best worldwide clubs and festivals such as: Burning Man, Lighting In A Bottle, Reggae on The River, Burning Man, Symbiosis, Okeechobee, Wanderlust, Oregon Eclipse, Photosynthesis, Wakarusa, The Big Up, Gratifly, Kinnection in the USA; Shambhala, Motion Notion, Harvest, Eclipse in Canada; Boom Festival in Portugal; Glastonbury, Boomtown, One Love, Glade, Waveform, Gatecrasher, The Big Chill, Beautiful Days, Medicine Festival, Noisily in the UK; Vasundhara, Bass Camp, Sulafest, Indie March, Chilltop in India; Electric Picnic, Body & Soul in Ireland; Ozora, Samsara, S.U.N, No Man’s Land in Hungary; Indigo, Twistival, Doof, Klika in Israel; Rainbow Serpent, Earthcore, Eclipse 2012, Earth Frequencies, Peatsridge in Australia; Universo Paralello and Skol Beat in Brazil; Ometeotl in Mexico; Dakini in Romania: Sonica, Colisseum in Rome, Rototom Sunsplash in Italy; Tribal Gathering in Panama; Re:Birth, Solstice Festival, Zanpa Jam, Harbesta in Japan; Envision in Costa Rica; Space Mountain, Omni in Spain; Cosmic Convergence, Mayan Heart in Guatemala; Bubble in Malta; Harmonics, Trelaze, Vinelive in France; Pay Boutique, Neon in Turkey; AUM in New Zealand; Sticky Jam in Russia and far, far beyond....