Composer and multi-instrumentalist Adam Protz spent several years writing music for film, dance and orchestras, until the 2014 release of his debut EP, Movements. This four-track album earned him performances and festival slots all over the UK, including the Stroud Fringe Festival, and at South Farm, one of the most sought-after venues in the UK. After a four year wait, he released sophomore effort Four Songs In E – recorded at Childwickbury Manor, the home of revered director, Stanley Kubrick.
2020 sees Adam release his new double single, The Suffering Outside / Of The Earth: a combination of sultry piano and even deeper sonic explorations.
"Luxuriously delicate in places, powerful and raw in others. One to listen to in bed with the lights off" - Rou Reynolds, Enter Shikari
"Four Songs In E is as raw as it is dynamic; a collection of delicate, melodic piano music, with a dark, twisting underbelly" - Paul Watson, Headliner Magazine Editor
"A captivating collection of songs and soundscapes that fill the void, while also leaving a space for your imagination to explore" - Matt Snowden, Notion Magazine
His music bridges the polar worlds of classical and electronic music, linking traditional instrumentation with progressive soundscapes. It takes the listener to far-reaching places and touches on the mystical – expect a plethora of emotion while it’s playing.