ADAM ADAM, the performance persona of former Pain guitarist Adam Guthrie, showcases his world-skewed compositional versatility via unorthodox arrangements combined with a self-taught utilization of eclectic instrumentation that uncovers near-deft-&-buried pop sensibility conceived to deliver an emotional throw-down both live and magnetized.
Elliott McPherson (The Dexateens) who produced Adam's debut album, describes the slow-burn sound captured on "I Can Sing a Song" infectiously reminiscent of Appalachian Psychedelica with a voice as tattered as Tom Waits'; wounded as Peter Gabriel's; and unapologetic as Tiny Tim's.