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Adam X

Adam X

Adam X


From his start in 1990, Adam (brother of Frankie Bones) has always stayed on the cutting edge of electronic music. Never restricting himself to just one particular style of techno, Adam’s continuously evolving sound has progressed from the darker moods of early Belgian, German, UK, and Detroit techno, to a harder, more uptempo and futuristic acid sound (often performed live with former partner Jimmy Crash). By the time the acid sound had reached its peak in popularity in 1994 Read more on Last.fm
From his start in 1990, Adam (brother of Frankie Bones) has always stayed on the cutting edge of electronic music. Never restricting himself to just one particular style of techno, Adam’s continuously evolving sound has progressed from the darker moods of early Belgian, German, UK, and Detroit techno, to a harder, more uptempo and futuristic acid sound (often performed live with former partner Jimmy Crash). By the time the acid sound had reached its peak in popularity in 1994, Adam had already moved on to a more stripped-down, minimal approach in his DJing and productions. Sometime around the year 2000, Adam was finding himself bored of the music coming out and critical of the direction that techno music was taking. Always anxious to discover sounds he’s never heard before, Adam truly realised what he’d been in search of through an ironic twist of fate that was perfectly timed: a style of music from a totally different music scene than he was used to that perfectly suited his personality and frame of mind – EBM, Powernoise and Industrial.

From that point on, Adam’s mission is about bridging the gap between Industrial and Techno and crossing the boundaries between these two parallel scenes of music. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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