Canadian / Montreal
Adam Husa’s electric and eccentric world pensively balances dark and light tones, invoking distinctly deep frequencies. He flutters across sounds keeping things emotive and trippy, from eerie grooves and ambient nostalgia to melodic techno and seductive minimal. His focus is on casting sonic pathways for listeners to accompany him in getting lost. With productions supported by Dixon, Nick Warren, Hernan Cattaneo, Be Svendsen, Tone Depth & more, we’re well on his way.
Adam’s songs have surfaced on fittingly named labels like Magician on Duty, Dream Culture and L’Enfant Terrible, among others. A regular fixture of East Coast festivals (Piknic Electronik, Eclipse, Summerdaze, AIM, Igloofest, Liberty…), his wanderings have also leaded to performances in LA, Paris, Cairo, Istanbul, Vancouver, NY, Burning Man…
For six years, his impact on the Montreal scene has solidified with the growth of Husa Sounds. This electronic music collective and blog is dedicated to curating and nurturing underground artistic experiences, whether intimate local showcases or multidisciplinary raves in abandoned venues – among which a boarding school and a church. Husa Sounds has collaborated with Be-At.TV as well as summoned a steady steam of celestial deep house artists, from Jon Talabot to Miyagi, SuperFlu to Oona Dahl.
Meanwhile, Adam’s diverse sets, conspicuous productions and thumping basslines continue crackling into the night.