|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Autumn Falls||3||Audio||2004-05-00||Somatic Sense|
|2||Autumn Falls||2||Audio||2004-05-12||Somatic Sense|
|7||Autumn Falls (Icone Remix)||3||Audio||2005-00-00||Not On Label (Icone Self-Released)|
|9||Autumn Falls (Daeron 2012 Remix)||3||Audio||2012-03-18||Not On Label|
Trance & Progressive-Trance producer based in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Born: April 25, 1985 at Kettering General Hospital
George found his love for trance music in 1998 when tracks like Paul Van Dyk's For An Angel and Energy 52's Cafe Del Mar were getting airings. Although living in where there is a real lack of underground music he still found the inspiration that sparked what lead on to be his passion.
In 1999 he joined up with school friend Daniel Knight aka [a=Daniel Haze] and the two then went on to form a production team known as Aspiration. With a long list of productions done under this alias, they quickly started learning what was required to bring the material up to release quality. Then in 2003, they got in touch with [a=Rob Aker] better known as [a=Jose Amnesia] and remixed his classic trance anthem, The Eternal. The mix was picked up by the likes of Jon O'bir, Matt Darey, Guy Ornadel, Scott Bond and John 00 Fleming. The track then found its way to the FFRR A&R office, and after a couple of emails, the track was added to the release package. The success of Aspiration was fairly short lived after the 2 decided that after their current projects they would split in search of their own sound.
This lead to George's first completely solo production called Kyoto. After finding his new style and sound, he then went on to produce a list of new tracks ranging from the slightly twisted, Spyder, to the epic stadium trancer, Autumn Falls. After sending Autumn Falls to a couple of DJ friends and musical contacts, the track landed in the hands of [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/Somatic+Sense+Recordings]Somatic Sense[/url]'s [a=DJ Precision] who then immediately went on to sign the track for a future release on the label and give George his first release under his own name.