The democratization of the music industry should make it easier for talented artists to gain an audience, but if the last few years have shown us anything it’s that this was a blessing and a curse. There seems to be a constant flow of questionable and plain terrible music hitting the web daily, making it difficult for true talent to shine. This past summer Iron Galaxy’s “Attention Seeker” broke through the clutter and penetrated many of our social networks and for good reason – it’s emotive, danceable, and memorable. Within a couple of days it racked up a few thousand plays and was eventually picked up by Amsterdam’s Audio Culture. Fast-forward a few a months and Adam is preparing his follow-up record. We were anxious to find out more about him and offered him some time behind the decks to record Truancy Volume 64. Before that we had a chance to speak with Adam about his plans for this year and some of the relationships he’s made over the last six or so months. Without spoiling too much, there are quite a few influential people eager to give him a shot. For the next hour, expect to hear some Canada’s premiere talents in the world of house and techno boom from your monitors.
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