Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill I’m a little late today. I slept in. What are you telling me you didn’t? I hope that you get to enjoy these tracks the way I was able to write about them: outside in the shade with your favorite beverage with a cool gentle breeze washing over you […]
Caitlin Min Fa: ‘It’s Important to Drive the Awareness that All Walks of People Can Succeed in This Music Industry’
Pop singer-songwriter Caitlin Min Fa has led a life constantly influenced by music. From a young age, the native of Melbourne, Australia, had a dream to not only be heard, but to ensure that the music she wrote could be shared around the world, and that’s exactly what she’s living out. In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Min Fa spoke with contributing writer Eric Althoff about her inspirations, how she comes up with her unique music, and what we can expect of her with the world once again opening up.
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Thursday, May 26, 2022
Recent Articles By The Alchemist Born Kelli Wright, Connecticut singer-songwriter and recording artist Kelaska has just released her second single of 2022, “Tightrope,” about coming to grips with growing up to become a strong, independent woman in the face of so-called ‘acceptable’ social norms. “Tightrope” begins with an understated rhythm and melody while Kelaska begins […]
Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill Beth Ann McDowell offers a bit of whimsy in a new track, “The Sim Is Real,” from her new album of the same title produced with indie rock veteran R. Walt Vincent (Liz Phair, Pete Yorn). Beginning with keys and drums for a short introduction before being joined by […]
Recent Articles By Jaci Jedrych Victoria, BC, Canada’s musical powerhouse Alli Bean’s latest release, “Twenty Questions,” is warm and jazzy. Alli Bean is a multi-award-winning Canadian artist. She draws from blues, jazz, and pop for influence as a songwriter and vocalist. Bean’s music represents the “bluesy funky side of the street, with a twist of […]
More to Watch By Margaret Adams https://youtu.be/juwRtfwUTns 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. Classically trained pianist Ting Lin is back with a new […]
D.C. became home for jazz pianist Chris Grasso by happy accident when he was unable to find a job after attending Peabody and graduating from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Grasso serves as music director for Sharón Clark, D.C.’s most in-demand jazz singer, and they have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more. Learn more about Grasso’s journey, including why he believes expectations are the enemy of creativity and details on his show this weekend at Mr. Henry’s.