Arriving at the scene with tires screeching, Adey8 is taking bass music to the darkest part of the graveyard. With a sinister and almost haunting sound, this east coast producer has been steadily destroying night clubs and eviscerating dance floors up and down the Atlantic. After just a few listens, you’ll hear where this metal-born bass head finds his inspiration.
Using his ability to scale genres and curate mixtapes with every sound on the spectrum, Adey8 has become a hot commodity at Night Clubs and Music Venues across the country. His Constant dedication recently, culminated in a 7 track debut album branded “EDGE OF DARKNESS”. While he’s opened up for producers such as Slander, Svdden Death, Getter, Kayzo, Calcium, Gammer, and Borgore to name a few. Adey8 continues to push the boundaries of music on every project he takes on.
Written by: Megan Bailey | April 14th 2020
Being a manager with Steez Promotions has afforded me some insane opportunities, by my favorite part of the job is getting to work with up and coming artists in the area. Seeing the pure, raw talent of so many local artists gets me excited about where the Electronic Dance Music community is headed. Kyle Beatty, better known as ADEY8, is one of those artists who has blown me away the past few months. Now, he’s about to drop his debut album, “Edge of Darkness”, just in time to keep you busy during quarantine.
ADEY8 has only been producing for a year, yet has managed to create an incredibly talented masterpiece that will take Bassheads by storm. We had the chance to sit down and chat with him about his upcoming album and how it all began. Here’s what Kyle had to say!
Written by: Philip Fazioli | May 2nd 2020
Mid-tempo’s popularity is a relatively recent phenomenon, and it is still maturing and expanding its boundaries. Producers have to work hard to own a signature sound. As such, Adey8’s Edge of Darkness album is especially defining.
The album consists of seven tracks that are on the cutting edge of mid-tempo/industrial base/new-age production with some dubstep flavor to cap it off. These tracks have an array of sound design that showcases the skills of Adey8 as a producer and, as you’ll find out shortly, the results reveal a tone darker than expected.