ABOUT



     



Adaadat is a polyamorous London-based record label focused on developing brownfield music which retains a dissonant and superannuated aesthetic. Founded in 2002 by Angus Keith and Bjørn Hatleskog, it is best known for releasing a wide range of Experimental Electronic, Breakcore, Chiptune and Noise music. Adaadat was named 'Label of the Month' by John Peel shortly before his death in April 2004. Adaadat is distributed worldwide by Cargo Records.






F.A.Q.


Q. How can I get a hold of Adaadat MP3's?

A. We don't sell MP3's... However the entire Adaadat back catalogue can be streamed or downloaded from our site.
    Simply click on the individual track titles.



Q. How can I find out about upcoming Events and Releases?

A. You can follow the Adaadat Records on Twitter.



Q. Can I send Adaadat a demo?

A. Yes demos are appreciated. Links can be emailed to the address above. However unfortunately due to time constraints and the volume
    of demos we recieve we are sorry to say that we are currently unable to listen or respond to them.



Q. How does your postage work? Is it possible to get recorded delivery?

A. Records/CDs are sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail Postage in the UK, and standard international delivery. Email the address above if you
    would like to arrange recorded delivery.



Q. Do you sell wholesale to Distributors/Record Shops, Can I combine postage on a large order?

A. Yes please send an email to the address above for wholesale rates, or if you wish to combine postage on a large order.



Q. How many artists do you work with? / How much music have you released?

A. As of April 2018 Adaadat has released 551 songs by 120 artists, with a total duration of 1 day, 8 hours, 39 minutes and 47 seconds.




Selected Press


Richard Allen, Various Artists - Trade & Distribution Almanac Volume Four, A Closer Listen.
Ian McQuaid, Adaadat duo Masters to release more 'imaginary film music', Ransom Note.
Carri Mundane, The Seeds of The New Breed, ID, No. 270.
Kevin Soar, Always Check the Label: Adaadat, Dazed & Confused, Vol. 2, No.55.
Frances May Morgan, Under The Radar: Excavating the UK's new electronic underground, Plan B, No 9.
Scot Cotterell, KFC Core by DJ Scotch Egg , Cyclic Defrost, No. 14.
Tom Brady, Catomountain by Romvelope, Bad Sounds Magazine, No. 19.
Dr Parsons, The Joys of Noise, Bizarre Magazine, No. 110.
Ed Chamberlin, Testing the Equipment by Ommm, Spannered.
Adam Kennedy, The scrambled sounds of DJ Scotch Egg, Metro.
Narinder Purba, Gay Against You sends out righteous signals, Dazed Digital.
Sacha Kosch, Schnapp'Den Groove, De:Bug, No. 91.
Grant Purdum, Catomountain by Romvelope, Tiny Mix Tapes, Cerberus.
Marcelle Van Hoof, One Course Meal, Gonzo Circus, No. 66.
Tom Smith, Incredibly Terrible Music, Bananafish, No. 14.
Howard Shih, Cow'p vs Kema Keur, Grooves, No. 10.
Jonson Walker, Sample Bitch Story by Doddodo, Gigwise.
Hari Kunzru, Trade and Distribution Almanac Vol 1., Wallpaper, No. 58.
Byron Coley, Fanfaronade by Romvelope, The Wire, No. 350.
Joe Sparrow, Todays New Band - Agaskodo Teliverek, A New Band a Day.
Taylor Glasby, Who the hell are.. Cutting Pink With Knives, Disorder Magazine, No. 18.
John Brainlove, Trash Trash Noise Next Door, Drowned in Sound.
Theydon Bois, Testing the Equipment by Ommm, Vice Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 8.
Alex Boniwell, KFC Core by DJ Scotch Egg, Terrorizer, No. 136.



Radio


Ouïedire, Adaadat - Superannuated Brownfield Mix, Radio Campus, Canal B, Choq, Radio Eponyme & Radio Capsule.
One World, Adaadat Label Showcase, BBC Radio 1.
The Take Away Tape, Lesbian Croissant Jesuit Mix, Sound Art Radio 102.5 FM.
Today, A guide to the artistic underground, BBC Radio 4.
John Peel, Label of the month , BBC Radio 1.
You are Hear, Live Session, Resonance FM.