Descendant of an infamous Scottish folk singer, George spent 10 busy years at the forefront of Scotland's electronic music scene before moving to London in 2002. Essentially to further pursue his passion for music, this move prompted a rediscovery of his love for guitars as well as discovering his warm and elegant singing voice.
Equally adept behind a bank of drum machines as he is with acoustic guitars and tambourines, George's songs demonstrate an obsessive love of music, from Charlie Feathers to Lee Perry, Throbbing Gristle to Otis Redding - and his ability to weave a very particular lyrical slant in his music owes much to his love of literature.
Having made his live debut supporting Colder at London?s Bush Hall in May 2005, George has attracted a growing number of admirers with live performances at Glastonbury 2005, the Tank Magazine party at the ICA, Koko (Camden Palace), his own spectacular show at Shoreditch's Legion in association with Dummy Magazine, supporting Whitey at the Tank Magazine party at London?s ICA, a show stopping performance at Output?s Sonar party in Barcelona in 2006 as well his various intimate musical evenings at some of London's finer drinking establishments.
George Demure was first featured on Output Recordings Channel 4 Compilation in 2005 with his classic New Confrontation. His single "The Main Attraction", the last ever release on Output, was released in September 2006. His critically acclaimed remixes of Spektrum and Freddie Mercury, released at the end of 2006, still reverberate in the cooler clubs whilst his 5 track EP for Tirk Recordings (sporting a fabulous re-work of "New Confrontation") is receiving stunning reviews (see press section of website) before its imminent release. "Boomtown Medallion", his LP, will be released in the Spring/Summer 2007 with Tirk Recordings.
And Djing? He continues to entertain discerning club goers and pub lovers with his fabulous, unpredictable, highly skilled blend of sound and styles that screams... "I LOVE MUSIC".