Audioscape – What Now
Now with over 13 years of producing experience, Nukleuz favourite Adam Lilley aka Audioscape returns with his new trance release “What Now”. Beginning his career as a UK Hardcore producer “Adam L”, he founded and co-ran Indiscriminate Records with Mark Coupe and later in 2006 found a home at Nukleuz producing under the alias “Audioscape”. He has now remixed for the likes of Mario Piu, Sound De-zign, The Organ Donors, Melodia and The Egg amongst others and returns with the long awaited original production “What Now” – a pounding high energy trancer with a beautiful and smooth classical break down.
Audioscape and his vocal partner Niki Mak aka Annika are returning in December on our sister label Big In Ibiza with their new guise White Noise Machine and the highly anticipated release “Empire”.
1) Original Mix
2) P.H.A.T.T. Remix
Adam Lilley has over 13 years of producing experience covering a wide range of genres and mediums with over 30 releases. Starting out life as a UK Hardcore producer “Adam L” he founded and co-ran Indiscriminate Records with Mark Coupe (number one selling breaks artist Sanxion on trackitdown). He would later find a home at London based dance label Nukleuz producing under the alias “Audioscape”. His debut album “Trance:Form” was released to critical acclaim and he could be found remixing the likes of Mario Piu, Sound De-zign, The Organ Donors, Melodia and The Egg amongst others. In March this year Adam co-produced with American singer/songwriter Rachel Loy as “Small*Star” to provide music for the feature film “When Harry Tries to Marry”.
Adam has worked, produced and featured for a large number of labels and publishers including: Nukleuz, Media Recordings, Warner, Universal, Drizzly, Ministry Of Sound, CYFI Media, 108 Productions, AATW, Quosh Records, Hard2Beat, Dirt Lies and Audio, Warped Science, Gut Recordings and many others. At present he and his partner in crime Niki Mak have 4 releases lined up for november with “Flashes” due out on DLA (as WNM), “What Now” on Nukleuz (as Audioscape), Dance, Dance, Dance on Drizzly/Universal (as Attention Seekers) and “Hide & Seek” on Exalted tunes!
Having been busy remixing for Nukleuz and Exclusive Recordings in the last couple of weeks, Adam isn’t content to sit still, branching out into setting up a production company with Niki following a successful stint writing and composing the soundtrack for a stage show in 2010 and recently kicking off the production of a Meditation/Relaxation album for a new client. It’s a fine balancing act between promoting their new dance act “White Noise Machine” and their on-going work with Lee Robinson (Devine Inspiration – the act behind the chart topping “The Way (Put your hand in my hand)) on The Attention Seekers for Drizzly/Universal. With the massive “Empire” due for release in December, and a whole raft of new productions yet to be showcased it’s not hard to understand why the duo can often be hard to pin down. But one thing is for sure – the future is looking very bright indeed.