Adam Freeland, sometimes billed as simply Freeland, is really a breakbeat DJ/manufacturer from Brighton, Britain, who debuted within the mid-’90s. Among the pioneering breaks performers of his period, he founded the Sea Parade label and in old age performed live with a music group on occasion. Blessed on August 7, 1973, in Welwyn Backyard City, Britain, Freeland produced his documenting debut in 1996 with Coastal Breaks, Vol. 1, a combination record showcasing a then-emerging design of breakbeat electronica occasionally tagged as nu breaks. The achievement of the record spawned a follow-up discharge, Coastal Breaks, Vol. 2 (1998). On the other hand, Freeland collaborated with Kevin Beber in the creation duo Tsunami One, which debuted in 1997 with “Amount 43 with Steamed Grain Please”; even more notably, the duo collaborated with BT over the melody “The HIPHOP Phenomenon” over the record Movement in Still Live (1999). Furthermore, he founded the label Sea Parade in 1998 and started releasing the creation function of others. In 2000 Freeland released his most acclaimed combine record, Tectonics, a discharge on Ultra which was innovative because of its period and highlighted “The HIPHOP Phenomenon.” Being a manufacturer, Freeland produced his full-length single record debut in 2003 with Today & Them, that was released on Sea Parade and spawned the singles “WE WISH Your Soul,” “Supernatural Thing,” and “Brain Killer.” While Freeland continued to be active being a manufacturer and remixer in following years, he didn’t discharge his second full-length single record, Deal, until 2009. Released on Sea Parade, the record, whose musical design is shoegaze-style rock and roll just as much as breakbeat electronica, is really a band effort offering Kurt Baumann (vocals, bass, electric guitar) and Freeland (synths, consumer electronics, support vocals), plus various other musicians, including significant guest performances by Joey Santiago of Pixies, Jerry Casale of Devo, and Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe.