New Album Out in 2020
After a bit of time off writing to deal with more pressing issues in Adam's family, Adam is back in action. The creativity is pouring out. The inspiration is sweet, and the ideas are coming from everywhere for his new albums 3 and 4. But it is more than this.
In Adam's plight to bring all artists' creative spirit to the fore, he has started his campaign "Back To Bohemia" - a time to get back to real music, to raise awareness that artists can be who they want to be, and to express themselves in a way they feel is truly an extension of themselves. In a world of high tech, digitalised music, where true A-grade melodies are now somewhat in the shadows, now is the time for artists to feel that they can be themselves, and that the music world is moving..... back to bohemia.
New SINGLE RELEASE FROM TURKEY AND AUSTRALIA SOON
In 2020, Adam will release a single slightly different to the usual sunny sounds, written by great Australian composer Karen Nicholls. The song brings to life an amazing classical piece of music, written by Karen in 2017. Produced by Jack Setton in Melbourne, the song "The World I Want For You" is haunting, introspective, and reminiscent. While a departure from Adam's usual vibe, the song is bound to move you and in his words "to make each one of us think about the real value of unconditional giving to another".
JAPANESE compilation "Tokyo Moon" hits shelves across Japan, with Adam's "Leblon"
From the sublime vault of Japan's great P-Vine Records, Adam Dunning's infamous "Leblon" makes it to yet another compilation across Japan, with availability worldwide. The title more than gives this one away – and the album's a great exploration of that growing global underground who've turned back towards the 70s, to re-embrace and re-invent the smooth contemporary sound of the decade! You might know a few names on here from the Dusty Groove racks – like Ed Motta or Jarrod Lawson – and offers up a stunning selection of tracks that may well beat some of our LA studio gems from the big labels. The vocals are wonderfully soulful – more than you might even expect – and the production is sublime – not commercial, but a cool reworking of older crossover modes with a leaner 21st Century aesthetic!