Freeland

Adam Freeland is a UK-based DJ and producer specialising in nu skool breaks. Like his record label, Marine Parade, he is a resident of Brighton. As a producer, he formed half of Tsunami One with Kevin Beber, and released a solo album as Freeland; as a DJ he operates solo under his own full name. In 1996 'Coastal Breaks' heralded the beginning of something new - BREAKBEAT. ...show more

Adam Freeland is a UK-based DJ and producer specialising in nu skool breaks. Like his record label, Marine Parade, he is a resident of Brighton. As a producer, he formed half of Tsunami One with Kevin Beber, and released a solo album as Freeland; as a DJ he operates solo under his own full name. In 1996 'Coastal Breaks' heralded the beginning of something new - BREAKBEAT.

Nights such as Friction outgrew their underground roots to deservedly take their place in the industry's limelight with pioneers like Adam pushing the barriers and selling the sound. By 1997 Adam was a considerable force on the global DJ circuit claiming admirers like Sasha, Carl Cox and the Chemical Brothers. Since then Adam has released the massive 'Tectonics' and 'On Tour' mix albums, as well as a FabricLive mix, and groundbreaking 'Back To Mine'. Adam's label, Marine Parade is now established and recognised as a pioneering force in dance music His debut artist album 'Now and Them' (released 2003) pulled in influences from punk, hip hop, electro, dub, reggae and rock to create a genre defying album.

His remix of Sarah Vaughan's 'Fever' was nominated for a Grammy and his personally requested mix of The Doors 'Hello, I Love You' has led to critical acclaim. The next Freeland album will be out at the end of 2006.. ...show less