Upon finishing college he returned to West Palm Beach just after the biggest party Florida had ever seen at that point, Rapture 95. He immediately acquired representation by AM productions who was responsible for this epic jam. Grow was then booked for the Florida leg of the djmix.com tour where he opened for Superstar Dj Keoki and rocked every worthwhile club in Florida from Space in Miami to Mascarade in Tampa. While this was going on Grow began messing around with Rebirth and his thirst for complete creative control took control.
It wasn't long till he grabbed a Korg Trinity, Novation Supernova,and started making beats in Cubase. Adam still enjoyed djing but his lust for production took over and he soon spent all of his free time in the studio.Now his weapons of choice are his Virus TI, his self built core i7 powerhouse desktop equipped with Abelton Live and a long list of "secret weapon vst's. Adam's style has evolved combining aspects from many different genres like industrial, hardcore, breakbeat, trip hop, and even dubstep but his expression is always delivered in an electro bass package. Finally in 2007 he started CHP Recordings and released his record "Electronik Milk" which is still regarded as a modern classic electro circles around the globe.His newest release "Calculating Immortality" boasts eight tracks that can be described as dark, intelligent, and original electro bass that writes it's own rules challenging minds and shaking asses.
Dressed with witty, powerful and original lyrics coupled with spacey eerie samples his music, although sometimes playful and downright weird always has a deeper message about life and the world we live in. Electro bass noir....experimental darkness...GROW http://www.myspace.com/djgrow http://soundcloud.com/grow 2.) Grow were formed in 2004 after James Cook (vocals) and John Finlay (bass) moved to London having gigged together in a number of bands on the Birmingham music scene. They met with Nick Long (drums) and Pob (guitar) – who has recently had success writing the soundtrack to the Cannes nominated British short film “The Man Who Met Himself”. Grow spent their first few months developing a sound that had a nod towards bands such as Supergrass, The Smiths and The Jam.
Grow create crafted, engaged and uplifting songs and have latterly been compared to Doves and Idlewild. Grow started to make a dent on the public consciousness with a summer 05 tour to promote their self produced demo including a memorable support slot with Roots Manuva (With Francesca Ray) and culminating in a triumphant gig at the Half Moon in Putney. Grow are currently busy in the studio writing a follow up and will be gigging at a venue near you in spring 06. Read more on Last.fm.
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