Adam Tell's musical roots spread in many directions. Along with taking piano, saxophone, and voice lessons in his childhood, Adam began experimenting with composition at an early age.
After years of self-producing dozens of demos spanning genres from jazz to alternative, he began focusing on vocal performance, eventually pursuing and obtaining a jazz vocal performance degree at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. It was there that he discovered the vast world of electronic music, and reemerged himself in self-production. This shift back towards composition eventually resulted in his first official release: 2014's album, Past the Hypothetical. He has since released three EPs and multiple collaborations, establishing his signature electro-pop sound. In 2018, he released a piano-centric instrumental album called Recomposure, which was a pet project focusing on composition. In January 2020, Adam is releasing his fourth EP entitled Collapse / Expand, which is a return to his electro-pop style.