South Londoner Adem makes beautiful folk-inspired music using a spectrum of instruments that few could hope to rival. His idosyncratic brand of yarn-weaving is a wonder to behold.
“Sounds like: home. Sounds like space. Sounds like a bull in a toy shop. Sounds gentle and rough. Sounds ambitious and hopeless. Melancholic and uplifting. Sounds nothing like I assumed it would.”
Homesongs (Domino Records, 2004),
Love and Other Planets (Domino Records, 2006),
Takes (Domino Records, 2008)