|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Liquid Dreams||2||Audio||2005||Nasha Records|
By 1997, Ges-E was a prominent figure in the asian underground music scene. DJing at all the serious Asian Breakbeat club nights nationally and internationally, including Outcaste (Resident), Anokha, and Sitarfunk.
As a DJ Ges-E's choice in the early 90's was Hip-Hop, Hardcore, House, and Electro, anything with soul. He started to DJ at parties in community halls and local youth clubs around Brick Lane in East London, alongside fellow DJ's Badmarsh and Osmani Soundz.
His first commercial release was in 1997 a track called "Baksheesh" recorded for Acid Jazz records.
He has since remixed tracks for [a=Nitin Sawhney], The Inna-most and [a=A.R. Rahman], and has also composed music for "Vena Rampal -- The City Dreams" contemporary dance performance performed at the Trafalger Square festival 2004-5.
Ges-E is a resident at Nasha's monthly club night which has been featured on the BBC2's Desi DNA programme.