ADULT. are Detroit duo Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller. They include Douglas J McCarthy from NITZER EBB, Michael Gira from SWANS, Shannon Funchess from LIGHT ASYLUM.
The general idea behind 'Detroit House Guests' was to invite various artists to reside in ADULT's studio for the duration of three weeks, to live, work and collaborate together in order to achieve "a total anthropological sound experiment and a full length album." More Inside ›
Their last wonderful album 'The Way Things Fall' was described by one keen observer as "a snuff film version of Speak & Spell”.
Having signed to Mute, ADULT. are back with a soon-to-be long player entitled ‘Detroit House Guests’. The first track to be made public was ‘They’re Just Words’ featuring the vocals of Douglas J McCarthy, frontman of NITZER EBB... More Inside ›
‘21st Century: A Man, A Woman And A City’ is a new compilation that gathers JOHN FOXX’s song based work from since the turn of the millennium.
After a hiatus between 1986 to 1995, Foxx has since been extremely prolific, dividing his time between a number of pop-oriented, ambient and soundtrack projects. The first section of this collection is laid out chronologically before the compilation’s appendix of assorted collaborations and remixes. More Inside ›
After almost a year's delay, Texan duo ELEVEN:ELEVEN have finally released their debut album ‘Through The Veil’. Combining elements of Italo Disco, Hi-NRG and Electroclash with the feisty template of Terri Nunn’s BERLIN and the Mittel Europa romanticism of VISAGE, ELEVEN:ELEVEN deliver a melodic but edgy style of electronic dance music which doesn’t cause death by four-to-the-floor!
Fronted by the feline demure of Sicca and powered by the crisp electronic backing of Jake Childs, ELEVEN:ELEVEN have been described as the musical love child of GIORGIO MORODER and ADULT. More Inside ›
“Snarling electro-punk” is a good way of describing ADULT. as is "a snuff film version of Speak & Spell" which is what one keen observer said on TEC’s Facebook about their new album 'The Way Things Fall'. That has to be one of the quotes of the year and TEC wished it had thought of it!
Nix Lowrey spoke to ADULT. for the May edition of the new iPad magazine Electronic Sound. This is an edited transcript of that interview which primarily consists of text not used in the finished article entitled ‘Adult Material’. > More Inside ›