Ahead of the launch of Adam Freeland's London residency; "Kaleidoscope" at The Nest, the Brighton based beatsmith has prepared a mix to give a hint towards how his Friday night parties are set to shape up. The article also includes an interview which pins down his new musical direction, Brighton vs. LA and what's in store for 2011.
Adam Freeland kicks off his "Kaleidoscope" residency at The Nest on 25th February with a stonking 4 hour set! To celebrate, he's put an exclusive mix together to give a taster of what to expect on the night.
This recent mix for ClashMusic features a range of genres from Dubstep through to Techno and represents a more cutting edge sound for the one time "breaks" DJ. Tracks include; Trentemøller, Scuba, Ramadanman, Logo, SBTRKT, Black Van, Max Cooper and more.
Adam Freeland climaxed the first decade of the 2000s with a convention-shattering subsonic boom. In 2009, the Grammy-nominated DJ/producer released his second artist album, Cope™, on his acclaimed indie label Marine Parade. Like his 2003 solo album debut Now&Them and its uncompromising worldwide smash "We Want Your Soul," Freeland's much-anticipated latest traffics in the unexpected - electro beats banging enough to fill dancefloors, yet twisted with sounds and collaborations from uncharted waters. Indeed, Cope™ ultimately proves a genre-smashing, era-defining call to arms on par with Leftfield's Leftism, Prodigy's Fat Of The Land, Daft Punk's Discovery and Justice's †, defying expectations of what an electronic album should and could be.