Recent Articles By Margaret Adams The Burgler, otherwise known as Ori Kastiel, has released his new catchy single, “False Alarm.” This is Kastiel’s first single of 2022, kicking off the release of his new EP. Ori Kastiel is a producer, songwriter, vocalist and bass player from Eilat, Israel. His musical project, The Burgler, was created […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill It is another incredible week for new music, and, per usual, there’s just a lot more of it than we can touch on in more comprehensive editorial coverage. Still, no matter your musical inclinations, there’s something for everyone in this week’s highlights from the Alchemical Records Multiegenre Mixture playlist […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill The Chad Sipes Stereo have just unveiled their brand new EP, Thoughts and Prayers, the band’s first release since their 2019 EP, Dig. Enlisting the help of producer Dave Wheeler of Limousine Beach, The Chad Sipes Stereo have compiled 10 songs focusing on America’s obsession with pills, tackling the […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill The third single from experimental and jazz fusion artist Linc Bradham’s forthcoming full length album, Learning, “Sorry I’m Not Sorry” makes no apologies for speaking hard truths lyrically while alternating between moments of soft reflection and funky, groove-filled movements. We’ve been following Bradham’s journey since the release of his […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill Dan Bradley and Mylie Durham IV of igloo two continue to impress with a consistent stream of interesting and engaging new music rooted in rhythmic exploration and experimental soundscapes. Alchemical had shared “gravel cadillac” and “lucky in lava” on our playlist earlier in the month, but are excited to […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill With a funky groove that may only be described as ‘delicious,’ Austin, Texas-based Neo-Soul and Contemporary R&B artist Alesia Lani’s latest single, “I Don’t Mind,” was just released on all major platforms by Trailing Twelve Records. Co-written with Tony Donald and producer QB Smith and the artist, “I Don’t […]
Born in Point Pleasant, New Jersey and growing up in Ocean City, Kevin Whelan has always had music in the forefront of his life. His biggest most formal gig came in the form of one of the catchiest and most thoughtful indie rock groups of the ’90s, The Wrens. Last year, Whelan released the debut album from his new project, Aeon Station. Learn more about Kevin Whelan’s journey with contributing writer Jaci Jedrych, including his most indispensable artist tool, best advice for aspiring musicians, and his special message in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.