Easily one of the most important Swedish techno artists, Adam Beyer has remained a sought-after DJ and restlessly prolific producer since the mid-'90s. Mainly associated with a driving, percussion-heavy style of techno created entirely with DJs and dance clubs in mind, he is the manager of the appropriately named Drumcode label. He has released a few full-lengths, including 1996's Decoded and 2002's surprisingly eclectic Ignition Key (on his more atmospheric Truesoul label), but his recorded output mainly consists of numerous singles and EPs. Praised for his impeccable, innovative mixing skills (often involving three turntables and fast-paced transitions), he has released several acclaimed mix CDs, including 2002's Stockholm Mix Sessions, Vol. 3 and 2005's Fabric 22, and is constantly booked at major clubs and festivals throughout the ...
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Protechtion 1999 Protechtion
Ignition Key 2002 Ignition Key
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