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"URB Cut Of The Month"

‘Didn't Mean To Turn You Off' - URB CUT OF THE MONTH

These two Texas cats are already well known for their work on house labels like Honchos, Big Chief, and Red Ant, but here we get to see them drop two really fucking twisted techy breaks monsters. Both go from 4x4 beats to breaks and back. They are all over the place but really drop some damage on the dance floor. Just ask James Zabiela as he's one of the few who have already been caning this. - B-Side

"iDJ Track Of The Month"


Honchos Music is once again riding a new wave with this EP from Sifter & Adan. ‘Miles & Isles’ is where it’s at on this twin cylinder EP. Just like my favourite bike, this is a growling monster, leaving everything else for dust in its tracks! A serious beatz assault, just how we like it. Flip for some more chilled out action if you want, but we’re stuck on the A. (5 out of 5) - iDJ

"Reviews for 'Way Back' Remix"

Digital Breaks Foundation - Way Back - S & A Remix (Boombox)

Remix-wise Sifter & Adan add a generous dose of acid and make great use of the powerful vocal. Solid. LN 5/5

Fellow Boombox artists Sifter & Adan are drafted in to remix this and get nasty on the proceedings with a really tripped out remix with a cheeky middle section that sees them give the Chemical Brothers a run for their money. Not a bad comparison if I do say so myself! M6/M8 (Tom Real)

Radio Support: Radio 1, Kiss 100, Ministry Of Sound, Passion Radio (Brighton), Proton Radio, iBreaks, Kiss FM (Australia)

Magazine Reviews: iDJ, ATM, Mofo, Spill, M8, URB(USA), BPM (USA), Rinse Mag (Canada), Discoid, Rif Raf (Belgium)

- iDJ / M8

"Reviews for 'Heyflicker'"

Less is often more, and it's definitely the case with "Heyflicker". Tough beats and an enormously deep, palpitating bassline make up this tune entirely, and it's more efficient than the entire population of Germany. The bigger the system, the better it sounds. Digital Sound Foundation provide a slighty proggier remix, but stick to the original - it rules!

Picking up where their last release left off, the duo crafts a minimal yet full-on breakbeat belter with intense percussion, deep funky bass and tons of subtle elements.

Simple, solid sounds to shake up 4am floors.

- iDJ / Mixmag / URB

"Additional Reviews"

IDJ - Rennie Pilgrem

Not many Americans make their way onto UK labels and theses guys seem to have a healthy disregard for genres and pigeonholes. Fitting neatly between two stools (don't try this at home), this is housey-breaks in extremes. One kick away from being 4/4 but with funky snares, this is the sort of tune that everyone can play. Hypnotic, dubby, rhythmic vocals and a throbbing bottom-end mean this will be around for a wee while. 4/4

BPM Magazine – Simply Jeff

Straight from Austin, Texas, Scot Markland and Adan Salazar cover some serious ground on this UK label release. Both tracks reveal an infectious, big room appeal with elements of house and techno wrapped around a breakbeat groove. Getting full props from the likes of James Zabiela and Annie Nightingale, this duo will surely do damage on the dancefloor!

DJ Magazine – Hyper

East London’s Boombox stable deliver another slice of techy breaks with more than a flavour of 4/4 styling. Sifter and Adan are based out of Austin Texas and are determined not to play by the rules. This track has already been supported by James Zabiela and the like, and is a driving breakbeat groover at heart. Good stuff from the Boombox brigade.

- iDJ / BPM / DJ Mag



Sifter & Adan - 'Heyflicker' [Boombox Records, UK]
Sifter & Adan - 'Didn't Mean To Turn You Off' [Boombox Records, UK]
Sifter & Adan - 'Miles & Isles' [Honchos Music, UK}
2Crush (Adan & Johnny Invisible) – ‘The Funk Next Door’ ft. Nicole Gonzales [VIM/Greece]


Digital Breaks Foundation - 'Way Back' [Boombox Records, UK]
System Rush – ‘System Rush’ [Nokia/N-Gage]

CD Compilations:

Land Of The Monkey Snake - Lee Coombs - Thrust
More Boom For Ya Box - Mole & Aya - Boombox



Adan – Boombox Records/ VIM

If Adan were a record he'd be the slightly warped late night party starter. The guaranteed floor filler. He promotes a musical style that has evolved from an explosive blend of jackin’ house and tech heavy funky breaks. His live performances are an irreverent combination of disc jockiness, re-interpretations of his studio work, and the constant pursuit of that party vibe. His sound and approach are geared entirely towards the dance floor and that philosophy applies behind the decks as well as in the studio.

Multiple releases on international labels have garnered rave reviews in dance mags such as URB, Mixmag, Mixer, iDJ, BPM, etc. and have had the support of many world renowned DJs - everyone from Digweed to the Plump DJs to James Zabiela. DJs such as Rennie Pilgrem and Simply Jeff have written glowing reviews in dance mag publications. Adan’s first release on Honchos was only a hint at the sound he’d come to be known for and he wasted no time establishing himself as a producer willing to disregard genre barriers. Subsequent efforts were released by the legendary Boombox Records who were able to showcase that unique mixture of styles which increasingly began to incorporate the elusive ‘big room’ sound. Adan's latest track 'The Funk Next Door' on Greek powerhouse label VIM, topped charts from the day it was released.

His place in the international dance community has been further solidified by a guest mix on none other than UK tastemaker, Annie Nightingale's Radio 1 show. The extent of his growing popularity has been made all the more evident by the inclusion of one of his remixes in Lee Coombs’ mix cd compilation ‘Land of the Monkey Snake’. Upcoming releases on domestic and international labels continue to spread Adan's electronic funkyness to sound systems and dancefloors across the world. He's traveled from Alaska to Miami and beyond to rock crowds with everything from nu funk and classic cuts to disco tech and dirty breaks. The party begins when Adan hits the decks.

To contact Adan for bookings or remix work:

phone: 512-731-8386