Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill This will be the last Saturday for this particular feature. Starting next week, you can expect this segment to shrink in size; I’ve committed to sharing fewer of these briefs to focus on better quality writing on my part (the songs are all brilliant), and so that you’ll have […]
Recent Articles By Emma Page British Nigerian singer, songwriter, and musician Azu Yeché emphasizes the importance of speaking his mind in his new song, “Plastic Life,” released on April 29. When he was young, Yeché left Nigeria to try chase a better life; now he’s making waves with his music in London, expressing himself through […]
More to Watch By Jaci Jedrych https://youtu.be/ryYT77pUHT8 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. Hailing from Kingston, the vibrant capital city of Jamaica, David […]
As has been highlighted in this publication many times, musicians are some of the most adaptable and resilient people on the planet. However, in the last few years, even the most seasoned veterans of the industry have been put through what may prove to be the most trying times of their lives. The music industry is just as volatile as ever, and life is not easily navigated even without the threat of a global pandemic. For the members of AZTEC SUN, there have been major life transitions since the release of their 2018 album, “In The Name of Everyone.” Houses have been purchased, careers have been settled into, and children have been born. Still, the nine members of this Washington D.C. ‘Funk with Soul’ band continue to create, producing their forthcoming album in isolation (in stark contrast to their last endeavor), and preparing to debut many of these songs live in the coming months.