Adam Matschulat


Adam Matschulat is a Brazilian experimental composer, sound designer and mastering engineer based in London. His diverse output of sound works have included composing for film, sound installations, electroacoustic composition, musique concrete, dream pop, synthwave, field recording, and structural noise music. He composes through the exploration of psychological states, rendering sonic experiences that are psychological investigations in and of themselves. He has worked under a number of monikers, but his first EP under his own full name ‘Through the Cracks’ was released on Cafe OTO’s TakuRoku label during lockdown. His debut LP ‘Formosa’ was released on 24th March 2023 on Calling Cards Publishing. 

Most recently he has been awarded a residency at Snape Maltings through Britten Pears Arts Foundation (2023) and the Arts Council DYCP funding to develop a new body of work for a chamber orchestra. (2023/2024). He also has been commissioned by Edinburgh University to compose an electroacoustic piece for a project in collaboration with artist researcher Dr. Rebecca Collins and the science department in UAM (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) as part of a research project on dark matter observation (2022/2023). His sound work has had international radio play on radio shows including BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, NTS, Resonance Extra, Ars Sonora & La casa del Sonido on Radio Nacional Clasica in Spain, LYL Radio in Switzerland, FADE radio in Athens, and others.