ADAM K & SOHA - The masters of progressive dance music renuite for an epic tour with a stop in SF on October 8th at VERSO.
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Adam K. (Adam Kershen) and Soha (Soha Radjpoust) are a Canadian production, remixing and DJ duo based in Toronto, Canada specializing in progressive house.
The duo has released a number of singles including "Twilight" on Adam K's label Hotbox Digital Music as well as numerous remixes for other artists including Kaskade, Benny Benassi, Tomcraft, and U2. Their 2009 remix of "I Need to Feel Loved" – Reflekt feat. Delline Bass has received more than 12 million plays on YouTube.
Adam K. & Soha first met in junior high school and began jamming together and playing music in local bands. Adam began working with studio equipment and discovered a talent for creating electronic music. Soha trained on multiple instruments and pursued composing and writing his own songs and music. Soha graduated from Humber College's Jazz Music program specializing in piano.
The duo teamed up in 2006 to begin working on original progressive house tracks. Their 2007 release "Twilight" became their most successful single to date. The single peaked at #2 on the Beatport Top 100 chart and being named an "Essential New Tune" by BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong. A nomination for Best Progressive House Artist followed at the 2009 Beatport Music Awards as did a period of prolific remix work for some of the world's top artists including "4 AM" - Kaskade, "Come Fly Away" - Benny Benassi, "Loneliness" - Tomcraft, "From The Speaker" - Mark Knight. More singles followed including "Long Distance", "Questions EP", "Save Us Now EP" and "Circadian Rhythm". Their music has received tens of millions of plays and streams together with great support from Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten and Mark Oliver.
In 2013 the duo took a break from collaborating and took time to pursue their own sounds and ideas. They reunited in 2016 after seeing the positive reaction to re-posts of some of their past work on various social media outlets.