Adam Green was only 19 years old when he and Kimya Dawson were known as the Moldy Peaches. Their music incorporated a resourceful mix of youthful sweetness, pottymouthed surrealism and perfect pop craftsmanship, and they captivated critics and won fans around the world, while propelling New York's Antifolk scene to international prominence. Adam began his solo career in 2002 and Sixes and Sevens will be his fifth solo album.Adam Green's music is reminiscent of Bacharach and Brel, and he has created his own brand of playful pop while refining it with each release. He has toured with the likes of The Libertines, Badly Drawn Boy, Ben Kweller and The Strokes. Rolling Stone has praised his "pure genius," Mojo referred to him as an "unexpectedly rich talent" and Elle Girl called him "wicked awesome". Julian Casablancas of The Strokes was one of the first to notice Green's talents. About Green, Casablancas says: "I always amazes me how he can express such deep meaning with such twisted humor. Adam is eccentric and down-to-earth, with newfound technical proficiency over a wider spectrum of styles. I love it."
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