Pre-save Link https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/geraldbailey/raised-by-conservatives-feat-kyle-hodges?utm_source=SendGrid&utm_medium=Email+&utm_campaign=website Raised by Conservatives is the first new mix from his debut record Migration Climate, released on Potions Music New York. The song is a collaboration with Kyle Hodges featuring Trumpet, Synth and chopped up drums. Kyle named this one in response to the original title "Raised by Frogs".
Migration Climate Release Party at Broken Shaker!
On June 15th Gerald Bailey, Quin Kirchner and Daniel Van Duerm will perform music from Migration Climate at Broken Shaker in Chicago. 19 E Ohio They will be joined by DJs Cam Hodges, Mo Manley and Kyle Hodges. 8pm Limited copies of the record will be available.
Song Preview: Call to Act
Conceptually following themes of migration and social change, this single was named "Call to Act". Be sure to check out the Migration Climate on Potions Music New York. https://youtu.be/TpvAtJ2QG1U
Omori Theme Recorded on Rhodes Keyboard
Please tag me if you use this Omori Theme sample I created. I want to hear what you do with it -- omori-rhodes-gerald-bailey-1Download
QC Radio Worldwide FM Live at the Whistler
-- Had a wonderful night playing a solo set at the Whistler in Chicago -- 𝙍𝙀𝘾𝙊𝙍𝘿𝙀𝘿 𝙇𝙄𝙑𝙀 at The Whistler in Chicago and airing on worldwidefm.net - Tuesday, October 25, 2022! 𝙌𝘾 𝙍𝘼𝘿𝙄𝙊 featuring sets by Gerald Bailey, Billy the Kid, Cuzzin Vinny, Lapgan, Lorelei, and Fanita Banana. Airing 10/25 from 2pm-6pm CST at worldwidefm.net... Continue Reading →
Valentine Track Feat. Anthony Bruno
Best Music Scenes 2020: Chicago
It is nice to see a mention of our Dorian's friends at rollingstone.com. Check it out! I'll be slinging horns and electronics there this coming Saturday February 15th with Clif Wallace, Nate Lepine and Matt Davis.
A Very Lofi Christmas
A new synth, new video, collaboration and a new remix!
Analog instruments have added a whole new richness to the sound of my music. The Roland Juno provides that warm classic tone used in the music of groups such as Sigur Ros and Justice. A vintage synthesizer compares to computer generated sounds as Belgian dark chocolate would compare to a snickers bar. Synths have recently... Continue Reading →