BioKid G a.k.a Kid Galahad recorded and released their first album in 2001 called Gold Dust Noise. A collaboration with Ignition Records (Oasis and Mercury Rev), and producer Jim Abbiss (Bjork, Sneaker Pimps, U.N.K.L.E., DJ Shadow). The album was critically well recieved with the E.P. “Stealin Beats”, acclaimed by Radio One and NME as “Single of the week”.
Kid G have toured the U.K playing along side a huge variety of acts like Oasis, Supergrass The Darkness, Marillion to the Kaiser Cheifs & Kings of Leon, as well as headlining many sets, affirming Kid G as “one of the best live acts on the scene” – Sir Bob Geldof.
They have been to the USA twice once for a short tour in California … beginning with an Aids charity gig in Golden Gate Park, SF, and in L.A. by headlining at the famed Troubadour and dropping in to support the legendary Elliot Smith (R.I.P).
The other time was to team up with film makers Hotbed, to score the film, Happily Even After, starring Jason Behr, Marina Black and Fay Masterson, Directed by Unsu Lee, produced by Paul Barnett, out 2005. Though the song Makes Me Smile, was not written specifically for the movie.
Latest projects include “Happily, Even After”(Hotbed), scoring & appearing in the movie "Hello You" directed by John Keates as themselves, landing a track “Stealin Beats” on the Konami game “Dancing Stage Megamix.“ The Konami PS2 game has sold well over 500,000 copies globally. Credits include TV projects Eastenders (BBC1), Teachers (ITV), Good Girls Don’t (Oxygen) & Burton Snowboards (NBC). 2005.
“…One of our most effervescent pop bands…'Stealin' Beats' sets camp midway between Air and The Strokes, knocks out a fizzy pyjama party pop masterpiece” – NME.