Adam Johnson (musician)

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Adam Johnson is an American electronic musician, photographer and video artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, currently living in Portland, Oregon.

His current discography includes releases on Musik Aus Strom, Global Underground, Narita, Warp Records (Bleep Comp 1), and his 2003 full-length album, Chigliak, on Merck Records.[1] His music has been licensed by world class DJ's and record producers such as Sasha, John Digweed, John Selway and Way Out West.[2] He has toured extensively and has played events throughout North America and Europe. Music Publishers and advertising agencies have also licensed Johnson's music to clients such as BMW, PBS, and the BBC. In 2009, the design firm AKQA commissioned Johnson to create original music for a series of advertisements for the handheld HD video recorder, "Flip Video Mino." In 2014, Fact magazine included Johnson's track, Anex, in "The 100 Greatest IDM Tracks" list.[3]

In addition, Adam Johnson is an award winning Photographer, Video Artist and Editor. He holds a BFA in Photography from the Pacific Northwest College of Art and is the recipient of the William H. Givler Thesis Award for his video entitled, "The Weather Where You're From. (2013)[4]


  1. ^ "Credits". 
  2. ^ "Credits". 
  3. ^ "100 Greatest Idm Tracks". 
  4. ^ "PNCA News". Pacific Northwest College of Art. PNCA. 

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