Surfacing out of Ibiza in 2009, ADjected Deleted began his rise through the house scene.
Taking residency at VIVA Ibiza and appearances at superclub Eden, Play2, Eden Rooms and guest slots all over the West End, the name began to ring familiar to workers and clubbers alike.
Back in the UK, his residency and home to his own brand Audio Hussy, Dakota in Cheltenham were booking him alongside some of the biggest names in the business.
But it was 2010 that was an especially big year for ADjected Deleted.
Not only did he see himself playing alongside the likes of Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Judge Jules, Calvin Harris and Kissy Sell Out, book names such as DJ Zinc, Plump DJs, Utah Saints and D Ramirez for his own brand Audio Hussy, but along with production partner, Swerve, he went onto sign for 3 different independent record labels.
One being Kissy Sell Out’s own label, San City High Records
With constant track support on his Radio 1 show, Kissy requested a remix for the Zeds Dead track, Rudeboy for the label.
And if that wasn’t big enough, was asked to do a Klassroom Mix and interview live on Kissy’s show on Radio 1.
His and Swerve’s Rudeboy remix has gone on to be the most downloaded remix off the whole package and has gained further Radio 1 support in the form of Judge Jules.
With his brand, Audio Hussy, a new residency for FunkDelux, constant bookings and more remix work in progress, 2011 looks set to be a big year for ADjected Deleted.
So impressed with achievements made in 2010, Kissy Sell Out named him as his ‘One To Watch for 2011″
With that kind of backing, whose to think otherwise..