Real Name:
Giammarco Fratocchi & Massimiliano Iervolino
ADC is a duo from Rome who started their discography in 1995, with a record on their own X-Forces label.
Their music is complex, and mathematical, especially in the beats, and the breaks, some kind of mechanical breakbeats.
ADC is maths.
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Singles & EPs

XF 001 ADC - The First Assault album art ADC The First Assault X-Forces XF 001 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
XF002 ADC - The Massacre album art A.D.C.* The Massacre(12") X-Forces XF002 Italy 1996 Sell This Version
UW 03 ADC - The Contact EP album art ADC The Contact EP (EP) Uncivilized World UW 03 France 1997 Sell This Version
X-FORCES 003 ADC - Crash Research album art A.D.C.* Crash Research(10") X-Forces X-FORCES 003 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
Index 0.2 ADC - Acoustic Tattoos album art ADC Acoustic Tattoos(12") Index (4) Index 0.2 France 2001 Sell This Version
DM12002 ADC - Giammarco Fratocchi E.P. album art ADC Giammarco Fratocchi E.P. (EP) Darkmatter Soundsystem DM12002 US 2006 Sell This Version


e[CD(051)] ADC - Analogdigitalconverter Classix album art ADC Analogdigitalconverter Classix(CD, Comp) Eclectic e[CD(051)] Italy 2016 Sell This Version


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December 29, 2008
Very solid electro/breaks from a very under-rated project.Releases seem to be an occasional thing with them,but the ones they do have will not disappoint.Think Cylob’s “Industrial Folk Songs” and the like for an idea of sound, but much more deliberate. Some tracks are at a tempo suitable for mixing with some breakcore and hardcore,but many are slower and more mixable with techno and so on.It doesn’t mean ADC seem to make tracks with mixing in mind however (that’s a good thing). Most tracks are reasonably short and a few contain wild rhythm structures, so a bit of careful selection is required around them. Brilliant stuff,I hope there’s plenty more to come from them.

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