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Adam Blake (musician)

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Birth name  Adam John Blake
Years active  1996–present

Name  Adam Blake
Role  Musician
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Born  25 January 1976 (age 39) Reading, England (1976-01-25)
Genres  Electronic Dance Alternative Pop
Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter, composer
Instruments  Synthesizer, drums, bass, guitar
Associated acts  Zoot Woman, Paper Faces, Sloop John Barillo, Mad March Hare
Music groups  Zoot Woman, H2O (Since 1996), Paper Faces, The Films
Record labels  Wall of Sound, Universal Music Group
Albums  H2O, FTTW, Don't Forget Your Roots, Go, Nothing to Prove
Similar People  Johnny Blake, Todd Morse, Stuart Price, Jake Sinclair, Michael Trent

Adam Blake (born Adam John Blake, 25 January 1976, Reading, Berkshire, England) is an English producer, musician and songwriter, best known as founder member of the electronic music band Zoot Woman. He produces remixes under the aliases Paper Faces (with Stuart Price), Sloop John Barillo, and Mad March Hare. Paper Faces have reworked tracks for Zoot Woman as well as other established recording artists such as Madonna, Scissor Sisters, Armand Van Helden, Chromeo and Frankmusik. He has worked on records for artists such as Pet Shop Boys, Duffy, Seal and Kylie Minogue. In an interview with Universal Audio, he discusses recording techniques.


From Star Climbing
  • 2014 – Coming Up For Air
  • 2014 – Don't Tear Yourself Apart
  • 2013 – The Stars Are Bright
  • From Things Are What They Used To Be
  • 2010 – More Than Ever
  • 2009 – Memory
  • 2009 – Just A Friend of Mine
  • 2009 – We Won't Break (Redone)/Saturation
  • 2008 – Live in My Head
  • 2007 – We Won't Break
  • From Zoot Woman
  • 2004 – Taken It All
  • 2003 – Gem
  • 2003 – Grey Day
  • From Living in a Magazine
  • 2001 – Living in a Magazine
  • 2001 – You & I
  • 2000 – It's Automatic
  • Non-Album Single
  • 1997 – Chasing Cities
  • References

    Adam Blake (musician) Wikipedia