Few come as well versed in family values as that of long serving techno legend Adam Beyer. A husband, father and certified underground icon, the Stockholm-based DJ/producer has come to embody one of the most consistent and carefully constructed legacies to emerge from Europe and hold influence across the continents. From festival main stages and coveted club floors through to the global airwaves and Beatport charts alike, Beyer's extended musical legacy is felt across the board.
At the helm of Adam Beyer's career stands a brand that has taken techno to truly global heights. Having celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2016, Drumcode's full-hearted philosophy of releasing music always with the DJ in mind has allowed the label to expand into an all-encompassing brand, one now heralded as much as a musical identity as it is an attitude among the underground community.
Opting for business as usual over tired celebratory gimmicks, 2017 sees Beyer build on the impenetrable foundations of his two-decade legacy. An 'All Day Long' set at the newly opened Printworks marks an early highlight, followed by Junction 2, the festival in which he is a director and shareholder, which stages its second event in June, expanding to five stages. A suitably stacked out summer of international festival and Ibiza dates add to a marker year for Beyer. Whether it's on record, behind the decks or under the reliable Drumcode umbrella, Adam Beyer continues to unravel an unprecedented success story for the global underground circuit.