While I’d mentioned his youth in our review of his brilliant “Dirty Art EP”, it probably served as a distraction to the main point that Elliot Adamson‘s refreshing take on house and techno quickly saw his material find favour with tastemakers-a-plenty including the likes of Levon Vincent and each new morsel materialising from his studio further improves that reputation.

He’s been a firm favourite around these parts since we discovered that EP and his latest outing, the “Transatlantic EP” for London’s Troupe Records, sees him soften his sound slightly but round it off nicely in all the right places.

Get your ears around the lead track from that EP below and pop on over to Juno to snap up the EP if you know what’s good for your ears.

For those uninitiated with Elliot’s sound, he’s kindly put us together a crackin’ guest mix packed with top drawer 4/4 goodness that showcases his talent behind the turntables whilst also showcasing his own beats and bobs – sling the headphones, get your head around the mix and prepare to be hearing a lot more of Elliot Adamson through 2015.

Mix tracklist:

Elliot Adamson – IGH
Boddika & Joy Orbison – Dun Dun
SBTRKT – New Dorp New York (Black Loops & Munk Remix)
Nico Sotjan – Nylon
Phil Weeks – Its The Inside That Counts
Elliot Adamson – Kings Groove
Majesty – Ghetto Blaster
Elliot Adamson – DirtyTurd
Pirupa – Get Lost
Josh Wink – Talking To You Talkapella
Freeman & Farelly – Back To The Shack
Green Velvet – Bigger Than Prince (Elliot Adamson Remix)
Mounter & Mifi – 1000 Snares
Elliot Adamson – Meeting House
Weiss – I Can’t Stop
Marquis Hawkes – Outta This Hood
Astin – Dejected (Sidney Charles Remix)

Future Sound of London obsessive with a taste for moody house, techno and drum n bass. I was also rather partial to speed garage and am still slightly obsessed with early 90s rave. To keep up with more of my shocking banter or to get in touch you can get me on Google+ and Twitter.