Growing up as a child in Jerusalem, Israeli producer, singer-songwriter Adi Ulmansky was told by a music teacher 'you have a rare gift – music is your destiny.' Now residing in Tel Aviv, Adi released her debut mixtape 'Shit Just Got Real' in early 2013 via a premier with Noisey Music and has since picked up plaudits from the Independent, Mixmag, Guardian, and Company Magazine.
Influenced by the sounds of electronica in her childhood via her older brother, Adi branded herself as a rock metal kid and she says “when I finally heard Radiohead, I felt I've finally found what I want to do – a combination of electronic music with the warm sound of live instruments.”
Adi released an EP 'Lorena B' with her 3 piece band of the same name. During this time Adi also collaborated with Borgore on high profile tracks Someone Else's and Why Does It Feel. During Lorena B's visit to London in March 2012 to promote a new EP, they opened a show for Disclosure at XOYO, on a lineup which also included also Deadboy and Bondax.
In 2012 Adi released the first taster of her solo material; an internet viral to one of her solo tracks 'I Always Liked Men With Good Hands', showcasing her quirky 'fantasy' visual style and developed sound. Her debut mixtape 'Shit Just Got Real' released January 2013 with her second release 'Hurricane Girl' EP followed in July 2013.

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