DeliriousDisko - Deep House and Techno Podcast Series 4 tracks, 7.52.24 AdamKent on November 08, 2013 21:04
- 1. Adam Kent - DeliriousDisko 004 1.59.25 385 plays 123.0 BPM
- 2. Adam Kent - DeliriousDisko 003 1.56.40 473 plays
- Download track Go to track Adam Kent - DeliriousDisko 002 (Empathy Promo Mix for Carl Cox at Bristol In:Motion 2013)3. Adam Kent - DeliriousDisko 002 (Empathy Promo Mix for Carl Cox at Bristol In:Motion 2013) 1.59.28 431 plays
- 4. Adam Kent - DeliriousDisko 001 1.56.49 207 plays
- Download track Go to track Caged - May 2013 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent (Free Download)1. Caged - May 2013 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent (Free Download) 1.36.16 430 plays
- 2. Flapposaurus - April 2013 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent 1.59.45 331 plays
- 3. TailDive - February 2013 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent 1.36.15 295 plays
- 4. Bellefleur - January 2013 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent 1.40.31 811 plays 124.0 BPM
- 5. Ouroboros - December 2012 Deep House and Techno Podcast from Adam Kent 1.56.12 255 plays 123.0 BPM
- 6. Apparitional - November 2012 Tech House Podcast 1.47.17 548 plays 123.0 BPM
- 7. MarcoPolo - October 2012 Deep House Podcast 1.04.46 686 plays 120.0 BPM
Adam Kent was born in Durban, South Africa. He started clubbing at the age of 15, going to Plymouth’s Scream nights at The Warehouse and was heavily influenced at the time by the likes of Sasha, John Digweed and Carl Cox who all made regular appearances there.
Adam got his first decks shortly afterwards and started playing gigs at Plymouth’s Dance Academy, Sound Factory and Conservatory Bar. A move to Bristol for University led to gigs at Cafe Blue, The Rock and Bar Latino. After a brief sabbatical he got back into DJing starting with a monthly podcast on Soundcloud, really pushing that deep, techy, twisted sound he has such a keen ear for. The podcast gets hundreds of listens and great feedback from all over the world every month.
Regular appearances this year with Bristol’s legendary Empathy night have seen him playing alongside Darren Emerson, Jamie Anderson, Jody Wisternoff, Quivver, Jim Rivers and most recently Nick Harris on the annual Boat Party. A mammoth 5 hour long set at the See No Evil Block Party had 500 people grooving to Adam’s deepest house and techno in the streets of Bristol. Appearing on Bristol’s much loved 4th Floor radio show was a recent highlight, with upcoming appearances planned on U.S. and Eastern European radio stations.
Going forward, more gigs are lined up including a much anticipated residency at Empathy.
Mariana is Adam's latest project in conjunction with production maestro Bailey. Designed to be an outlet for their combined love of deep, trippy tech house, the project is suitably named after the deepest ocean trench in the world: Mariana.