Adam Fielding is a UK based electronic musician specialising in blending rich soundscapes with strong melodies to create music that is both diverse and accessible, while retaining a strong emotional undercurrent. 2008 saw the release of his debut album "Distant Activity", in which Adam combined elements of atmospheric electronica with dance, shoegaze and symphonic sensibilities to create a unique musical experience.
Adam first started writing music at a young age in the mid-90s using a combination of an Atari STe and Protracker - free software released for the sole purpose of creating music on home computers. Although originally being more interested in computer programming than music, this dabbling with music would later go from being a mere hobby to becoming a passion for all things musical.
Although Adam's earlier tracks were geared more towards industrial and VGM styles while taking an interest in metal and post-hardcore music, his style would later evolve to encompass a wide variety of sub-genres including dance, ambient, synthpop, downtempo, breaks and neo-classical styles while retaining his unique production style and melodic focus. While studying as a music production student at the University of Huddersfield, Adam began to experiment with incorporating vocals and guitar elements into his music proper, with the former becoming a key element in many of his songs.