Louis and Peacey, aka Geminus, have been a growing force on the Bristol underground scene the past couple of years or so. Although they have very different tastes they have forged a powerful alliance behind the decks both as a combined act and individually.
Together they were founding members of the Funkin House brand and have played across a number of nights in Bristol, also having won a couple of high profile DJ competitions earning slots at the likes of Ramshackle and Trancelation.
Louis is a connoisseur of bass driven tech house and heavy hitting techno . Peacey has deep knowledge of classic / funky house and deep rolling tech driven grooves.
They’ve gone on to play individually and together at a number of venues and nights across Bristol, collaborating with the likes of Banjax and 4to the Floor, the Connected Inner City Underground Music Festival in 2016 and now residents for No24 Music with their very successful night The Avenue.
They’ve also partnered closely with the legend that is Bradley Gunn Raver, working with him on his now infamous Monday Night Rave Sessions.
They’ve provided regular guest mixes for the House Takeover on Soultrain radio and quietly have gone about producing some collaboration tracks in the background, resulting in a couple of releases on the renowned Jumpstereo label, and further releases for 2018
Recently becoming a dominant fixture of the HOME brand where former geminus member Terry bird has full grip steering the brand in to further succes and further ventures resulting in becoming one of the leading brands in bristol , where geminus regularly brush shoulders with the likes of will clarke , kydus &more. geminus have made there mark within the brand as staple residents that can and do bring the fire where ever they play.
Their sets have a growing reputation for the unconventional. Their diverse backgrounds have come together to form a distinct tech sound – deep musical knowledge paired with passion and energy, with influences from a wide range of genres including everything from trance to hip hop. They always bring it and leave dancefloors wanting more.