October 29th – Adam Shelton joined Stephen Corrie for an exclusive mix.
Adam Shelton joined Stephen Corrie for a live mix ahead of playing his set at Elrow at The Warehouse Project.
Thriving on quality house music from the late 80’s to current date the energy and vibe of Adam’s DJ style is influenced by his love for early US and Acid house and inspired by trips to house music meccas such Robert Johnson and Body & Soul NYC. His talents have seen him grace the decks at some of the most influential clubs and parties around the world including Panorama Bar, fabric, Exit Festival, Glastonbury, Space and DC10 in Ibiza, D-Edge, Cocoon and of course, his own truly legendary Below parties, founded in 2005.
Not only a master behind the decks, the past few years have seen Adam capture his production style, influenced by legends such as Derrick Carter, Larry Heard, Mood II Swing, Masters At Work, Francois K and Daft Punk.
Adopting a raw and retro-funk sound, Adam also produces under his S.A.S moniker alongside partner in crime Subb-an, S.A.S focuses on producing monumental re-works of classics their stand out tracks to date have been ‘In The Candy Store’, ‘Straight of the bone’ and ‘House Nation’, there’s no doubt this is a project that will continue to bubble under the surface for all those in the know.
Adam’s originals and remixes have appeared on highly respected labels like Visionquest, Illusion Recordings, in haus wax, Siesta records, Time Has Changed, 2020 Vision and of course his own One Records imprint.
During it’s relatively short life span, One Records – founded in 2009 alongside fellow Below resident Subb-an – has become one of the most exciting underground house labels of recent times coming from the u.k. As well as signing music from artists including D’julz, Kris Wadsworth, Dan Ghenacia, Ed davenport, Alex Arnout, DJ W!ld, Shaun Reeves, The Martinez Brothers, Matthew Styles, Jef k and H Foundation, the label acts as a breeding ground for numerous up and coming producers such as Samu.L, John Dimas, Jack Wickham and Yamen and EDA.
One Records label parties can be seen regularly at a growing number of top clubs including Watergate, Fabric, and Bob Beaman to name a few.