Double bass/electronics/composition
Born in Ribe, Denmark in 1981. Currently living in Berlin.

Adam is an active performer as a solo artist and with numerous international projects. A fascination with resonance, acoustics and psychoacoustics has led to the development of new instrumental techniques and approaches to the double bass that causes the instrument to sing and vibrate in unexpected ways.
Recently, much of his time has gone into the development of interactive performance systems, based on the dialogue between acoustic instruments and digital technology, often using feedback as a mediator between these environments.

Adam has written acoustic and electroacoustic music for smaller and larger ensembles as well as theatre, sound installations, dance and film and has created and exhibited sculpture with the interdisciplinary installation project Every Vessel records and dramatises the history of its manufacture.
He has toured over most of Europe, US, Japan and Australia and appears on around 40 albums. 

He is currently pursuing a practice-based PhD in music at Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast, investigating the physicality and resonance and emergent behaviours of double bass performance systems.

Bands and collaborations include (but are not limited to): Flamingo, LUBB, Ens Ekt, Julia Reidy, Mark Sanders, Evan Parker, Axel Dörner, Akemi Nagao, Jenny Haack, Chris Heenan and Christian Windfeld.

Double bass/electronics/composition
Born in Ribe, Denmark in 1981. Currently living in Berlin.

Adam is an active performer as a solo artist and with numerous international projects. 

He has written acoustic and electroacoustic music for smaller and larger ensembles as well as theatre, sound installations, dance and film and has created and exhibited sculpture. He has toured over most of Europe, US, Japan and Australia and appears on around 40 albums. 

He is currently pursuing a practice-based PhD in music at Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast.

Bands and collaborations include (but are not limited to): Flamingo, LUBB, Ens Ekt, Julia Reidy, Mark Sanders, Evan Parker, Axel Dörner, Akemi Nagao, Jenny Haack, Chris Heenan and Christian Windfeld.