Adam is a DJ and producer from Leeds, England.
He is currently a resident at England's northern hard dance club GoodGreef. Works with Joe Thompson (Will Holland/Satori).
Adam's passion for dance music began at a very early age, staying up late to listen to Essential Mixes when he was just 11 and becoming especially interested in Sasha and Carl Cox. Adam says he enjoyed the "energy and feeling" the music gave him and he purchased his first record Gat Decor - Passion and first set of decks at only 12 years old. Adam quickly developed a taste for being creative with the music, using techniques and effects to make the music original and personalised. Growing up in the Leeds suburb of Morley meant that Adam was a regular at the underground but renowned The Orbit club by the age of 15, where he saw the likes of Sven Vath, CJ Bolland and Westbam - all of which influenced the early development of Adam's style. However, although Techno and house were his first love, he also greatly admired the more melodic sound which dance music could offer, and in particular Paul van Dyk whom he frequently saw at Gatecrasher (when the doormen decided he looked old enough to be allowed in!). This young enthusiasm for the dance scene has helped shape Adam's unique, contemporary sound of "dirty, driving, techy beats and melodies which make your spine tingle!"
The first gig which Adam played was at age 15 at the first ever Goodgreef event in Manchester, after his friend passed a distinctive mix tape to the up and coming promoter. After his short one hour set, Adam was offered a residency which he still holds today and sees him regularly play the UK's largest venue, Tall Trees.
At this early stage in his career Adam began composing his own music. His regular trips to Gatecrasher to see Paul van Dyk heavily influenced his production work, as Adam was amazed by Paul's ability to control and move the crowd with his unique sound. The inspiration from PVD was so great that Adam set about creating his first track which he then passed to him at a subsequent Gatecrasher set on his 18th Birthday. Later in the night, the 12" acetate was dropped by PVD ... and so did Adam's jaw! This was the defining moment which launched Adam's drive and determination to succeed as a DJ/Producer!
Following on from this, Adam began to play a variety of venues around the UK and as word spread around, his growing reputation earned him a residency at Birmingham superclub, Sundissential. Within a year, Adam was regularly performing at some of the biggest clubs in the UK such as Godskitchen, Slinky and Goodgreef, while his production work reached a new level. Teaming up with a fellow young, talented producer and dance music-enthusiast Joe Thompson, enabled Adam to progress with music production and it was a dream realised to begin work in a studio.
2005 is definitely set to Adam's biggest year to date as he has already secured dates at the some of the UK's biggest festivals including Coloursfest and Escape In The Park and also the Godskitchen & Goodgreef MEN Arena show. He has been requested to perform a minimum of 4 dates at Cream at Amnesia in Ibiza after 2004's breathtaking performance. He will also be gracing the main stage at Impulz Festival in The Netherlands. Throughout 2005, Adam will continue to perform at the UK's biggest and best clubs and all of his performances will feature exclusive tracks and remixes performed using Abelton Live.