Adam Ellis is a name which has became synonymous with the global Trance fraternity in recent times, born and bred in Sheffield – Trance music’s spiritual home thanks to the original ‘Superclub’ – Gatecrasher One. It comes as no surprise that his early music influences came from artists like Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk & Eddie Haliwell.
Finding a real passion for music, Adam dedicated many years to music production and made his first major impact with a remix of the seminal Planet Perfecto – ‘Bullet In The Gun’. Adam reworked the classic hit into a modern peak time floorfiller, which reaped huge support by the man himself – Paul Oakenfold as well as being an exclusive* addition to ‘Perfecto Records Collected – Volume Three’. Adam is also well known for his remixes of Paul Van Dyk’s ‘Crush’ and *Seven Lions’ ‘Days To Come’, tracks which further showcase this instantly recognisable *signature sound.
In the way of Original’s, Adam delivers his debut single ‘Napalm Poet’ via Kearnage Recordings, a staple track in the sets of many artists including John O Callaghan, Bryan Kearney and Indecent Noise – it’s safe to say this is a track of epic proportion judging by the immense global reaction when played at A State Of Trance 600 in Den Bosch. One of the rare breed of producers who writes 100% of their own material without the help of engineers or ghost writers, Adam has many more projects to come on Subculture, Kearnage Recording, Mental Asylum Recording, Armada Music and Future Sound of Egypt. He is without doubt one young artist to bookmark in the who’s who of exciting new music producers.
’ I have been working hard to unearth new talent out there and I have found a gem. Adam Ellis is the name, remember it and support this new talent – JOC.
‘Adam Ellis has a bright future ahead of him, without a doubt one of the leaders of the nu-breed producers, the next few years will be massive for him’ – Sneijder
‘Adam is one of the most exciting new producers to come on the scene. His sound captures on the magic of the trance revolution in ’98 and give it an up to date twist with some serious punch. Definitely one to watch out for’ – Adam White