Richie Gomez is the Light We Need: Always Learning, Always Ready
“Don’t wait” DMV- based musician Richie Gomez notes toward the end of our interview, “Just get in there and do it.” Apt advice from the Peruvian-born alternative rocker, who sat on a collection of songs for 10 years, waiting for a magic moment of alignment to record his music and share it with the world. “Work through the kinks” he urges, “There’s never a perfect moment. There will be things that you will learn while you are recording, which are just as valuable as the thing you walk into the studio with. Put the songs out and move forward.” Learn more about Richie Gomez’s inspiring story with contributing writer Charlie Maybee.
Jacob Humber Is Sick of Talking about the ‘Afterlife’
Recent Articles By Margaret Adams Indie singer-songwriter Jacob Humber is back with his new single, “Afterlife.” This is Humber’s fourth single since his debut in 2018 with “End of the Street.” The single was rewritten with its producer, Julian Dente, during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as recorded at Dente’s home studio. With mixing by […]
Niall McCabe Says Don’t Wait until ‘The Last Chorus’
Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross On March 4, County Mayo, Ireland-based acoustic artist Niall McCabe released “The Last Chorus,” which is the lead single from his upcoming album. The effecting and mesmerizing track gently beckons listeners to awaken from their complacency in order to experience all the wonder life has to offer. “The Last Chorus” […]
Sorry, You’ll Want to Sit Down for This One
More to Watch By Jessica McCormick https://youtu.be/jZUxuwAazmw This reading of Alchemical Records content provides a multimedia experience for our audience while increasing the accessibility of our content to persons with hearing loss, low vision, dyslexia, physical or motor disabilities, or are on the autism spectrum. Baltimore-based contemporary R&B duo Pink Elefants grace Alchemical Records once […]