January 12, 2018
KitchenSync Records was born from a gathering of friends in a kitchen. Adam being one of the co-founders of the label has a long-running history with techno playing and hosting the early underground parties in India and Dubai. Starting his own label has always been a dream and it only seems apt that the first label release is by the man himself. This 3 track EP with a Fairmont remix has nothing but enthralling pieces of music. Adam having a DJ background of over two decades has produced 9 min+ long tracks perfect for mixing and layering whereas Fairmont sprinkles some of his flavors on a shorter equally engaging number. F.A.R. is captivating and spacey. A keen ear will latch on the feel like there's always more happening in the background than one can hear in the first instance. Complex layered sounds keep one engaged till the dirty bass kicks in. The dark tones of the track keep pushing through the hats building a crescendo which unexpectedly breaks into an acid-dripping synth. A playground of epiphanies. F.A.R. (Fairmont Remix): Fairmont plays with the spacey synth and makes it dirtier with a kick that jumps at you without really sticking out and engulfing you in its hypnotic rhythm. The deep mysterious bassline resonates with every heartbeat and it's refreshing to hear his signature style packaged so differently. D.R.O.P. has constantly evolving soundscapes, the kind that engages the subconscious mind while it wanders free. A groovy track with dark tones built on twisted synths forces you to move along. The contrasting mood to that of F.A.R. lifts you higher with each passing phrase and though it seems a sonically simpler track, rummage into its depth and be lured into its entirety. .