VIDEO PREMIERE: Adamski feat Betty Adewole – Dazed’ n’ Confused


Chart-topping electronic music godfather Adamski is back with a new video entitled “Dazed’n’Confuzed” which is a track from his recent, limited edition Revolt box set. The track is his dance reworking of the Led Zeppelin classic – it features model Betty Adewole with the soulful vocals, it marks her debut with this Futurewaltz single release. Adamski will forever be remembered for ‘Killer’ – and rightly so – but ‘Dazed’n’Confuzed’ shows he’s still pushing the reflecting the dance trends accross the globe. Watch the video for the first time here:

“Revolt features collaborations with celebrated acts such as Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Asia Argento and Congo Natty. Parts of the record were made at Adrian Sherwood’s legendary On-U Sound studio, including a track with the critically-acclaimed David McAlmont. Inspired by Adamski’s time in Venezuela, the album is in waltz-time – highly unusual for electronic music, which usually trades in four-to-the-floor beats.

Adamski reflecting upon his signature future waltz sound: “After 25 years in the nightspots of the world providing sci-fi beats for hedonists, and even longer as a consumer of all the best scenes from glam rock to grime, I am now spurting all my creative juice into what I call FUTUREWALTZ,” he says. “I realized just how sexy and groovy the Waltz rhythm can be after hearing its influence in the folk music of Venezuela, which is a country I visit a lot. While Googling its origins, I became fascinated and inspired by the history of the Waltz and its social and cultural significance.”
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Eight years after being spotted by a fashion scout on Tottenham Court Road at the age of fifteen, Hackney-born Adewole has been photographed for the likes of Tom Ford, Prada and Alexander McQueen and featured in editorials for British Vogue. Her work with Adamski is her first foray into dance music, but the collaboration demonstrates that her future could be as bright behind the microphone as it is on the catwalk.”

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