From Zagreb, Croatia, comes Much Adi About Nothing, a potent mixture of the Smiths on steroids with some Editors and Interpol thrown in for good measure.
Beginnings are hard and if anyone knows it, it’s Adi. His musical career almost ended before it even started when, on his way to a rehearsal for his first ever gig, he was hit by a car together with his guitar. He broke a few bones, but the guitar survived untouched. A sign? Too bad Adi doesn’t believe in signs.
Fast forward a few years and you’ll find Adi singing at the Rock Garden, London, with Thee Larche, a popular and critically acclaimed Croatian demo band from the 90’s.
Leap even further in time and he’s turned another page, forming Superbrands as a more energetic version of his former band. Their first single, The Hand Strikes Hard, brought them the flattering title of the band of the week on Reverbnation and attention from PETA, who wrote an article about their committed song.
And yet, after years of successful and fulfilling cooperation with other musicians from his two former bands, Adi decided it was time to go solo. So the summer of 2011 will see him preparing to enter the studio in September while harnessing the power of gadgets like iPad, hitting clubs and stages all over Europe.