George FitzGerald (musician)

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George FitzGerald
Birth nameGeorge Edmund Benedict FitzGerald
OriginWatford, Hertfordshire, England
Occupation(s)DJ, producer
Years active2010–present
LabelsDouble Six, Hotflush, Aus
Associated actsScuba, Boxed In, Lil Silva, Tracey Thorn, Bonobo

George FitzGerald is an English electronic musician.

FitzGerald was an employee at the London record store Black Market Records in the mid-2000s, and began issuing records of his own after relocating to Berlin in 2010.[1] He issued singles and EPs on the labels Hotflush, Aus Music, and Hypercolour in the early 2010s and signed with Double Six Recordings in 2013.[1] In 2015, he issued his first full-length album for that label, which included appearances from vocalists Lawrence Hart and Boxed In.[2][3][4][5]



  • Fading Love (Double Six, 2015)
  • All That Must Be (Domino, 2018)

Extended plays

  • The Let Down (Hotflush, 2010)
  • Don't You (Hotflush, 2011)
  • Fernweh (Man Make Music, 2011)
  • Silhouette (Aus Music, 2012)
  • Child (Aus Music, 2012)
  • Needs You (Hypercolour, 2012)


  • "Chimes" (with Lil Silva as OtherLiine) (Self-released, 2019)[6]


  1. ^ a b Biography, Allmusic
  2. ^ Review, Pitchfork Media
  3. ^ Review, The Guardian
  4. ^ Review, Evening Standard
  5. ^ Review, Resident Advisor
  6. ^ Evans, Steph (23 August 2019). "George FitzGerald and Lil Silva ring "Chimes" for debut as OtherLiine". Earmilk. Archived from the original on 7 September 2019. Retrieved 7 September 2019.