GELLERO’S WINNING REMIX FOR IVRI LIDER’S REMIX CONTEST
LIVE CORONA SET – VOODOO TEL AVIV 2020
Gellero is an EDM / Bigroom project by Ofek Geller with a slight touch of Psytrance and Brazilian/African Tribal sound. At the age of 10 years old Gellero started drumming as a hobby and eventually turned to DJing at age 17. By the age of 21, Gellero started producing and creating original music through the EMP track at the BPM school and eventually started teaching courses to the new students of the college.
Gellero’s biggest inspirations for his music are Hardwell, Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, and Skrillex while also venturing into different genres for inspiration such as Linkin Park, Foo Fighters and lots of old school Rock n’ Roll. Gellero has already released a few of his tracks in the respected label ‘HouseSession Records’, and a major releasing Don Diablos’ label – ‘Hexagon’.
In 2019, his track ‘FEEL GOOD’ was chosen to lead the ‘ADIDAS’ new collection campaign in Tel Aviv, and helped him win the title ‘BEST NEW STAR’ in the international online Magazine’s ‘OUT NOW’. His original track ‘ABUJA’ was chosen as the official anthem in featured Formula 1 video n Shanghai. Gellero received massive support of his music from some of the best producers in the industry such as; Don Diablo, Fedde Le Grand, Sander Van Doorn, Firebeatz, Swanky Tunes, ZROQ and more.
Some of his major performances include a tour in Shanghai where he played at FIA WAC and ISY Music Festival. China, in one of the most well-known clubs of the city, Jellyfish and Jellyfish 1, and round the city of Tel Aviv in well-known clubs such as Lighthouse, Haoman 17, and Hanger 11, and his major breakthrough is yet to come!
IN THE MEDIA
Gellero on an exclusive interview with Out Now
New star winner ‘Gellero’ on Spotlight interview
Gellero At the age of 10 years old Gellero started drumming as a hobby and eventually turned to DJing at age 17. By the age of 21, Gellero started producing and creating original music through the EMP track the BPM school and eventually started teaching courses to the new students of the college…