Montreal and Cairo based producer Adam Husa has put out an explorative first album.
Lost In Translation presents a fresh take on pensive and psychedelic prog house. It’s a steadily trippy 7-tracker reaching a moody climax in its 5th track, ‘Torus’.
Torus swerves in and out of airy organic tones and sharp melodic edges, showing an energetic yet natural side. Scintillating grooves and sampled laid-back breathing keep the listener on the move.
As an album, Lost in Translation slithers in and out of dreamy and eerie moments. It’s influenced by a decade of travel into all things deep house and melodic techno, and inspired by the mysteries of Adam Husa’s native Egypt.
The release marks the launch of the Husa Sounds label, determined to showcase the strength of Montreal’s local talent after seven years of producing events and putting out content.
Adam’s past productions have gained support from Dixon, Nick Warren, Hernan Cattaneo, Be Svendsen, Tone Depth & more. This new step solidifies his own branch of eclectic and psychedelic deep house. Look out for forthcoming releases on Pablo Bolivar’s 7 Villas, and Markus Shulz’s Coldharbour labels