G-Man aka Gez Varley first came to prominence as one half of the ground breaking electronic group LFO. Their first release LFO “lfo” reached number 10 in the UK charts and went on to sell 150 000 copies worldwide (1990).
Gez left LFO in 1996 and went on to do G-Man as a solo project over the years. Gez produced some real classics under this new alias G-Man, like the “G-Man Ep” and the track “Quo Vadis” and he has recorded for labels like Warp, Force-inc, Gigolo, Swim, K7, White noise and +8 (to name but a few ), and worked with the following producers: Mark Bell , Richie Hawtin, Karl Bartos, Marco Carola and Thomas P Heckmann.
Gez has also remixed many people over the years including: Radio Head , YMO, Art of noise, Afrika Bambaataa (Planet Rock), Laurent Garnier, Soft Ballet, Alan Wilder ( Depeche Mode). AUX 88, and many others.
Gez has also played most of the top clubs worldwide, such as Nature One (Germany), Sonar (Barcelona), Berghain (Berlin), The Omen (Frankfurt), The Orbit (Leeds). Liquid Room (Tokyo), New Music Seminar (New York)…
Over a carer of 23 years Gez has sold over 500 000 records world wide not including remixes and compilations and has had his music used for 2 computer games and 2 adverts (VW Golf and also the american Hummer).