Two Kinds of Evil


London-based 'evil' duo Marco Gee and Adam Watts joined forces officially in 2015 after working for years together on events in London's club scene. Marco and Adam, originally from Italy and Australia respectively, realised their passion and taste in house music was in sync and in 2014 they started duelling back-to-back at their afterhour party ‘UNCHILL’. They became inseparable at the decks, wowing their followers week in week out with their signature blend of deep house, tech house and cutting-edge techno, directly competing with other established afterhour events and receiving the infamous nickname “The Evil Twins” due to their brotherly resemblance.
Deciding to take things up a notch and come together as the new artist “Two Kinds of Evil” they then hit the studio to create their first tech-house / techno debut ‘D-Evil EP’.

With Marco's decades of experience in house music production and promotion, Adam's life-long experience in musicianship and their energetic approach to gigs, this duo-de-force is truly unstoppable.

Marco began to follow his passion for house music at the tender age of 14, developing his own recording studio which also saw him DJ for a string of local clubs, radio stations and music labels including Media Records - the latter exposing Marco to some of biggest names in house music of the time, including Cappella and 49ers, as well as international stars such as Tito Puente and Angie Brown, to name a few. This exposure spawned a desire in Marco to move to London which then inspired him to evolve his style from the 90’s dance music - that was an earlier feature of his productions - towards his elaborate blends of deep, tech, and techno.

Growing up as a musician and vocalist, Adam later started working as a DJ and promoter in his hometown before making the big move to the UK to take on London's club scene in 2012. Having scored international gigs in Mexico, Asia and all over Europe, Adam progressively gathered an army of followers who then eagerly became addicted to his podcasts. Adam started producing in 2008 on a couple of Central Station Records releases and completed a bundle of unique sought-after bootlegs.

Teamed together they are actively taking on the world of house music, collectively moulding their unique tech/techno sound. Armed with their combined years of experience commanding dance-floors all over the world, these two boys have mastered how to work the crowd, cranking out solid basslines, hypnotic synths and groovy percussion. Two Kinds of Evil are set to get their evil on as house music alchemists by stirring club cauldrons all over the world.

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London-based 'evil' duo Marco Gee and Adam Watts joined forces officially in 2015 after working for years together on events in London's club scene. Marco and Adam, originally from Italy and Australia respectively, realised their passion and taste in house music was in sync and in 2014 they started duelling back-to-back at their afterhour party ‘UNCHILL’. They became inseparable at the decks, wowing their followers week in week out with their signature blend of deep house, tech house and cutting-edge techno, directly competing with other established afterhour events and receiving the infamous nickname “The Evil Twins” due to their brotherly resemblance.
Deciding to take things up a notch and come together as the new artist “Two Kinds of Evil” they then hit the studio to create their first tech-house / techno debut ‘D-Evil EP’.

With Marco's decades of experience in house music production and promotion, Adam's life-long experience in musicianship and their energetic approach to gigs, this duo-de-force is truly unstoppable.

Marco began to follow his passion for house music at the tender age of 14, developing his own recording studio which also saw him DJ for a string of local clubs, radio stations and music labels including Media Records - the latter exposing Marco to some of biggest names in house music of the time, including Cappella and 49ers, as well as international stars such as Tito Puente and Angie Brown, to name a few. This exposure spawned a desire in Marco to move to London which then inspired him to evolve his style from the 90’s dance music - that was an earlier feature of his productions - towards his elaborate blends of deep, tech, and techno.

Growing up as a musician and vocalist, Adam later started working as a DJ and promoter in his hometown before making the big move to the UK to take on London's club scene in 2012. Having scored international gigs in Mexico, Asia and all over Europe, Adam progressively gathered an army of followers who then eagerly became addicted to his podcasts. Adam started producing in 2008 on a couple of Central Station Records releases and completed a bundle of unique sought-after bootlegs.

Teamed together they are actively taking on the world of house music, collectively moulding their unique tech/techno sound. Armed with their combined years of experience commanding dance-floors all over the world, these two boys have mastered how to work the crowd, cranking out solid basslines, hypnotic synths and groovy percussion. Two Kinds of Evil are set to get their evil on as house music alchemists by stirring club cauldrons all over the world.

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