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OriginLancaster, Lancashire, England
GenresFuture garage, electronic
Years active2011–present
LabelsJustus Recordings, Super Recordings, Relentless Records
MembersAdam Kaye
George Townsend

Bondax is an electronic music duo consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye (born 1 April 1994) and George Townsend (born 17 September 1993). The group gained prominence primarily as a result of BBC Radio, initially through BBC Introducing Lancashire before receiving BBC Radio 1 airtime from the a range of DJs including Nick Grimshaw and Annie Mac.[1] Bondax's sound has often been described as genre-transcending; Moses Wiener of Dazed details the band's sound as "the aural equivalent of sipping an ice-cold Pimms on the balcony of your council estate flat.".[2]

Kaye and Townsend studied at QES (Queen Elizabeth School) Kirkby Lonsdale.

In 2012, Bondax started their own record label, Just Us Recordings. The first release on the label was a track by fellow producer Karma Kid entitled "It's Always".[3]

In 2013, the duo performed at a number of festivals across Europe, including Bestival,[4] Creamfields,[5] and Beacons.[6]



Title Year
"Enter / You're So" 2012
"Baby I Got That" 2012
"Gold" 2013
"Giving It All" 2013
"Wet Summer" 2013
"Fires" 2013
"All I See" 2014
"Let Me Be" 2014
"Temptation" 2015
"Unlimited Endurance" 2016
"Neo Seoul" 2018
"Real Thing" 2018
"Deeper" 2018

Extended plays[edit]

  • Baby I Got That (2012), Relentless Records


  1. ^ Matthias,Olivia (2013) "An Introduction to Bondax Archived 13 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine", Idol Magazine 2013, retrieved 2012-14-7
  2. ^ Dazed. "Bondax Exclusive Mix". Dazed. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
  3. ^ Meier,Gabe (2012) "Karma Kid First Artist Featured On Bondax’s Just Us Recordings Archived 16 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine", The Astral Plane 11 June 2012, retrieved 2012-14-7
  4. ^ "Bestival". Archived from the original on 23 July 2011. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
  5. ^ "Creamfields 2015". Creamfields 2015. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
  6. ^ "Beacons Metro". Retrieved 11 March 2015.