'Endless Clamour' is an AOR production focusing on smooth rock tracks with warm and classy vocals and lead guitars over subtle, lush arrangements. Each of the eleven tracks showcases a different aspect of Adam's broad compositional approach. From the mournful and spacious jazz arrangements of 'Suburbs of Heaven' to the angular power pop of 'Inca', 'Endless Clamour' takes the listener on a spectacular sonic journey Adam Moore is primarily a self-taught musician and had been influenced by artists as deverse Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Steve Vai, Freak Kitchen, Joe Satriani, Jeff Beck and Pete Townsend, Richard Thompson and Joni Mitchell. Adam has a love of orchestral and film music, jazz arranging, electroacoustic and ambient music and brings these influences to bear on his writing. As with any musician worthy of the name, Adam is a perpetual student and continues to study music and it's related philosophies, theory, the guitar and composition. He focuses on turning that knowledge into the kind of songs that turn heads, cause the foot to tap, the air guitar to ring out and possibly a tear to fall.