Gerd may be the nom de plume of Gert-Jan Bijl, better-known seeing that one-half of Rotterdam techno duo Sensurreal. Although the majority of Bijl’s innovative time is definitely spent along with his partner Dirk-Jan Hanegraaf focusing on Sensurreal-related tasks (the group possess released materials on Primary, Beam Me Up!, and Op-Art), the current presence of the group’s studio room in his living space offers meant Bijl’s downtime woodshedding offers led to a growing stock of single material. Portions of this material began showing up in 1994, with singles for Jochem “Quick J” Paap’s now-defunct Beam Me Up! label; recently, Bijl experienced two singles turn out the same day time on two from the U.K.’s many esteemed dance brands, Pork and Common Language. Bijl’s single material is, and in addition quite near to the dreamy, melodic breakbeat techno of his Sensurreal function, though perhaps having a deeper engagement of funk and downtempo hip-hop (especially on his self-titled Pork solitary). A full-length for Common Language, The Contact Is HIGHER THAN Moods, premiered in 1997. Bijl held the Gerd name doing his thing during the fresh millennium, issuing Large Wide and Fantastic! in 2001 and a disk of remixes in 2003.