Adam Beyer

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Adam Beyer
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Background information
Birth nameAdam Beyer
Also known as17th, Jack Sell, 2 Bonk, Conceiled Project, Midas, Mould Impression, Martin Kliernert, Mr. Sliff, Tall Guy
Born (1976-05-15) 15 May 1976 (age 43)
Stockholm, Sweden
GenresTechno, Tech house
Occupation(s)Turntablism, record producer
Years active1993–present
LabelsDrumcode Records
Truesoul Records
Code Red Recordings
Mad Eye Recordings
Associated actsHenrik B, Lenk, Alien Resence, Audicom, Co-Habits, Genecom, Hemlock, Ida Engberg, Jesper Dahlbäck, Marco Carola, Mental Glue, Rubber Duck, Safety Session, Slaughterhouse, The Syncapator, Wave Slaves
Beyer in 2003

Adam Beyer (born 15 May 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish techno producer and DJ. He is the founder of Drumcode Records, and is one of several Swedish techno artists to emerge in the mid-1990s, along with Cari Lekebusch and Jesper Dahlbäck.[1] Beyer is married to fellow Swedish DJ Ida Engberg, with whom he has three daughters.[1]

Discography[edit]

As an artist, Beyer has released four albums and a number of EPs, while also working as a producer and remix artist.[2]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Decoded (1996)
  • Recoded (1997)
  • Protechtion (1999)
  • Ignition Key (2002)
  • Selected Works (1996-2000) (DC01-20 Remastered) [1]
  • Fabric 22 (2005) [2]

EPs, mixes and singles[edit]

  • Fabric 22 (2005)
  • Fuse Presents Adam Beyer (2008)
  • "London", (2009)
  • "No Rain" (2011)
  • "Flap" (2012)
  • "Eye Contact" (2012)
  • "Unanswered Question" (with Ida Engberg) (2013)
  • "Teach Me" (2014)
  • "Capsule" (with Pig&Dan) (2017)
  • "Space Date" (with Layton Giordani & Green Velvet) (2018)
  • "Your Mind" (with Bart Skils) (2018)
  • “Data Point” (with Green Velvet & Layton Giordani) 2019

DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs[edit]

Year Position Notes Ref.
2003 65 New Entry [3]
2004 50 Up 15
2005 67 Down 17
2006 134 Exit (Down 67)
2007 97 Re Entry (Up 37)
2008 126 Exit (Down 29)
2009 130 Out (Down 4)
2010 181 Out (Down 51)
Hiatus
2017 118 Out
2018 79 Re Entry (Up 39)
2019 48 Up 31

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Black, Jason (November 16, 2014). "The #BeatportDecade Interview: Adam Beyer". beatport.com. Archived from the original on April 2, 2015.
  2. ^ Listing for Adam Beyer on Discogs.com, (accessed 31 March 2015).
  3. ^ vk.com https://vk.com/topic-4286148_28357370?offset=20. Missing or empty |title= (help)