how come adam beyer hasn't been playing out much recently?

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how come adam beyer hasn't been playing out much recently?

Post by conflict » Fri Oct 24, 2008 10:22 pm

well maybe he's playing out, but there isn't any live sets of his kicking around now, there hasn't been any for ages, anyone know why?

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Post by Red Kite » Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:16 am

According to a recent article in Groove magazine he is really busy right now doing the A&R and everything else for Drumcode, which made it back into the techno world, as well as doing international DJ gigs. So he hasn't had much time for producing.

Like to hear some new stuff of him too, but he has lots of other great artists on Drumcode. I'd say the label is worth the effort.
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Post by Thomas D and Jack Thomas » Sat Dec 20, 2008 7:48 pm

I find it interesting that you're into the new incarnation of Drumcode. You're pretty picky so its kind of surprising. Anyway, Adam had said in some interviews that he is just a bit tired from playing too much so he takes less gigs at the end of the year and takes January off. I think he did this last year too. It's quite common for a lot of the DJs to take January of February off. Then they return with beards in Miami at WMC. ;)

Next to some of the Minus crew, I can't think of a techno DJ that plays as many dates as Beyer does. He plays 2-3 times a week minimum, every week!

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Post by Vito » Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:08 am

hes one of the djs ive seen play live most in my raving career ;)
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Post by Red Kite » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:38 pm

Thomas D and Jack Thomas wrote:I find it interesting that you're into the new incarnation of Drumcode. You're pretty picky so its kind of surprising.
Okay, I confess! I'm biased because all the Swedish techno guys I met so far were all super cool people! ;)

Plus, I've always been a big fan of Drumcode since I was a kid.
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Post by MarkA » Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:01 am

I'm seeing him on Jan 30th, unfortuneately it's at Ministry of Sound
but Robert Hood is on at Fabric the night after so it should soften the blow :)

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