An-Ten-Nae, a name synonymous with the very pulse of the West Coast's vibrant electronic music scene, has long been an instrumental figure in shaping its unique soundscape. From his tenure as Music Director at San Francisco's revered 1015 Folsom to his past role as Creative Director for Portland’s trailblazing venue The North Warehouse, his influence is far-reaching and undeniable.
Pioneering the Acid Crunk Compilations, An-Ten-Nae curated an eclectic blend of artists such as Griz, Opiuo, and members of The Glitch Mob, among others. This fusion of talents and sounds laid the groundwork for what we now celebrate as the West Coast bass scene.
An-Ten-Nae’s ethos revolves around evolution and reinvention. He consistently pushes his boundaries with unwavering dedication to his craft and an unwavering commitment to fostering community. Harnessing his custom setup, An-Ten-Nae delivers unique performances, blending live remixing capabilities with high-energy shows that defy the ordinary.
Boasting a repertoire of over 100 releases, An-Ten-Nae's music has frequented the iTunes Electronica Top 10 and has been featured in publications like the Huffington Post, This Song Is Sick, and Billboard. With a staggering 70 Million combined streams and downloads, his music has graced stages from EDC, Electric Forest, Shambhala, and Lightning in a Bottle to international venues in Australia, Tokyo, and beyond. His additional projects, including Dimond Saints, have resonated deeply with audiences worldwide.
As 2023 unfurls, Adam, the man behind the moniker, is amplifying his creative energy. He's working on exciting collaborations, curating more releases on his Medicine Label by various artists, and gearing up for major releases. These include his recently released new album "The Space Beneath the Light" and a fresh album from his collaborative project with Releece, Dimond Saints. The future, much like An-Ten-Nae's music, promises a fascinating journey into uncharted territories.