Since the 1990's Geosphere has been dedicated to electronic music culture. A mainstay in Western Canada's Techno music and rave family. After an early introduction to Calgary's underground music community and an obsession collecting vinyl records Geo began mixing Deep House, Minimal Acid Techno and Ambient. Over the years his sounds progressed incorporating harder driving Tribal, Techno, Liquid and Drum and Bass. Techno has been Geo's passion and focus for most of his journey. In 1998 he started promoting dance parties as Envirotribe Productions now known as Nocturnal Symptoms and collaborating with other event promoters.

Throughout the course of his journey Geosphere has held down residence, performed and headlined around North America opening for some of the most respected names in the industry: John Tejada, Infected Mushroom, Mr.C The Shamen, Brian Eno, Jay Haze, Deko-ze, Akufen and Kent Monkman. He has played many events, festivals and venues including: Connect, Shambhala, Motion Notion, MEMETIC, Montana Magic Mountain Festival, CJSW, High Performance Rodeo, AEMCON, Glenbow Museum, Infected Mushroom 2018 tour, Brian Eno 77 Million Paintings 2011 tour, Banff Centre For The Arts, La-Jazzerie Maui HI, Pahoa HI, various radio, on-line and live stream programs.

In 2006 Adam Geosphere began experimenting with Ableton Live, keyboards and midi controllers creating his own music productions and Live-PA sets. The following year he formed the Calgary based electronic music band "Blulife" with Canadian vocalist Emma Aurchid and UK music producer Nic Reark. From the Blackfoot Nation in Southern Alberta, Adam was raised in Calgary where he first discovered the local art and music scene. He currently resides in Saskatchewan Canada. Adam also creates in other forms of art, exploring different mediums, materials and techniques. As "Geosphere" musician and DJ, he is known for his deep hypnotic sound, taking you on a journey into electronic music environments connecting mind, body and soul. PLUR

"Creation is eternal, always evolving and always changing. It's beautiful." - Adam Geosphere