Best known in the West Coast bass world as An-ten-nae, Adam Ohana has been a fixture in the Bay Area bass music scene for well over a decade. A self-taught musician, his is a sound that earned the unique title of “acid crunk,” a genre he defines as “psychedelic-tinged, bass-heavy hip-hop beats.” Despite his formidable tenure in the dance music scene, the New York City native maintains an aura of anonymity.
Still, An-ten-nae manages to pull out tours in markets all over the world. Take the Oakland-based producer’s latest 19-date world tour, which kicks off in La Vegas, then heads to Costa Rica’s Envision, before traveling all across North America… and that’s only phase one. The Avid Voodoo tour is the first time An-ten-nae will hit the road since his Altered Frequencies tour with Phutureprimitive, which just wrapped one month ago.
Also be on the lookout for the first single from An-ten-nae’s upcoming album, “Twilight,” featuring Morillo, which is due out on February 14. Tickets for Acid Voodoo tour are on sale now on An-ten-nae’s website.