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Adam Tyler

Los Angeles-based, Missouri-bred, electro-pop professional Adam Tyler spent his teenage years soaking in the laser beam guided, disco ball rays of performers just like the Spice Ladies, TLC, Madonna, Robbie Williams, as well as the Fugees. After a short stint in the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Tyler loaded his hand bags for the U.K., wishing to check out in the footsteps of sympathetic, industrial pop trailblazers like Kylie Minogue and Robyn, but immigration experienced other suggestions, and delivered the disappointed designer back home the same day time. Relocating to LA proved even more rewarding, leading to locally popular demonstration, Lullabies for Rattlesnakes, accompanied by an infectious, club-ready one, “Friction,” that quickly became his contacting credit card. His full-length studio room debut, Shattered Glaciers, found its way to August, 2011 in the independent Trending Information label.

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