DJ Adam Sikora brings a sense or order to the chaos that has become the modern DJ. Abiding by the philosophy, "Play the right music, in the right way, at the right time", his style is simple yet explosive bringing dance floors to life. "Too many DJs suffer from SADD(Serato ADD), switching between 10 tracks in a minute. There's no time to enjoy a song anymore."
Born and raised in-between New York City and the Hamptons, Adam's style reflects his background: classy rhythm and vocals backed by bone-shaking bass lines. Always on top of the latest and greatest, Adam also maintains his own collection of remixes that catch his audience off guard. "I try to take as many tracks into the studio as possible. If I can tweak it from a decent track to my style, i've added a new element and kept my own in tact."
His first experience as a DJ was in 2007 at a house party in the Hamptons. "It changed my life. Being the conductor of that train was my new best friend." After discovering this new love, he decided to learn the trade from somebody who had deep experience in the industry going back as far as he could. Still being new, his options were limited and he worked alongside a local DJ who had worked at the infamous Sound Factory. He also had a private DJ business, which taught Adam a whole new side to the profession. "I was basically a roadie, he had it pretty good. I must say that he was a true artist, talented in that way beyond my comprehension. It taught me the art of being a DJ, that it was more than just lining up tracks. "
With this new experience and knowledge, he was able to obtain a residency at Nisen Lounge; a brand-new, ultra-modern sushi restaurant with a lounge dedicated to dancing. Nisen became the hot-spot on Thursdays, where Adam started to work with Bopa. Their explosive energy and blend of modern dance and house led the duo to become the most spoken about group for months. Continuing with this momentum Adam and Bopa have been working together at spotted shows throughout New york and more recently in Miami, as Adam has relocated to Florida to work as the web developer for Winter Music Conference.