Scandinavia is the source of some of the most exciting electronic music in the world. Adam Beyer was one of the first artists from the area to make strides in dance music after making a name for himself in the mid 90s for his inimitable driving, percussive techno. After early forays on New York based label Direct Drive, he released 'Drumcodes 1' on Planet Rhythm in 1995, a track which defined his signature sound and provided the name for his label, Drumcode. The label has gone from strength to strength, largely on the strength of Adam’s production, and over ten years since its launch it continues to release techno of the highest quality from Adam and a host of other producers over the years including Marco Carola, Henrik B and Joel Mull. Adam meanwhile has gone on to make music for some of dance music’s most highly respected and cutting edge labels, including releases on Sven Vath’s Cocoon and Richie Hawtin’s Minus. Adam continues to rock dance floors round the world and did just that at Drumcode’s tenth birthday here at The End.
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