About DJ ADNAN
Palestinian, Brazilian-born, Adnan Sharif immigrated to the USA in 1985 and found a new home in the city of San Francisco. DJ Adnan is one of the rising stars of the San Francisco House music scene with releases on major underground labels.
His musical styles include all genres of House music ranging from Deep to tech, electro to tribal - always making the dancers move their feet. Today Adnan´s Electro House sets are being enjoyed worldwide.
Presently DJ Adnan is the resident dj and promoter of Forward, A monthly that take place in Underground Locations and Clubs in SF.
He had shared the turntables with Top DJs, to name a few:
Tiga, Ellen Allien, Mathew Dear, Swayzak, Doc Martin, Jay TripWire, Terry Francis, Grant Dell, Mark Farina, Fabriçio Peçanha (BR). Mau Mau (BR), Renato Lopez (BR), Luis Nieva (ARG), Miguel Silver (ARG).
He has played at internationally renowed parties, to name a few:
ACA World Sound Festival, World Social Forum, Fulltronic Rave,
Red Noise (Venezuela), WMC 2002, Omni Am (Chicago), ComeUnity, Spundae, Bulletproof Boat Party, SMC 2006,
LoveFest SF, Power to the Peaceful Festival.
In late 2000 DJ Adnan began his journey into music production. His first project, named "Pacificodelic", was co-produced with Gavin Hardkiss and released on Hawk's "Heatstroke" compilation through Six Degrees Records.
In 2000 DJ Adnan began working in the studio with Tarantic Records founder Amit Shoham. Their first collaboration, "Visualize", was released in May 2001 on Tarantic Records. Their track "Searching" was released in March 2003 on Primal Records' new offshoot label, PR2 Recordings, with remixes by Jay Tripwire.
"Stop War" an original production by DJ Adnan was released on Tarantic Records in May 2003 with a remix by Amit Shoham. In January 2005 Jay Tripwire had remixed "Stop War" and Dj Adnan and Amit Shoham had done another remix. All of the proceeds from both the original record release and the remixes were donated to the "Middle Eastern Children's Alliance".
DJ Adnan's tracks "Ocean Run" and "Libre" were rel