ArchiveX's new single 'Drink The Water' showcases an extraordinary vocal range of unique tones that travel between Gospel and Blues. Joining forces with "the undisputed King of Spanish House Music", Dr.Kucho! 'Drink The Water' gets a brilliant remix makeover, laced with an irrestible piano hook and a feel-good funky groove, primed to bring the house down!
The path ArchiveX has followed on the way to delivering his debut album, 'Some Ungodly Hour' has been rich and varied. A former Naval officer, this new San Francisco artist survived his years of active duty by immersing himself daily in music, learning piano and guitar and quietly finding his voice. ArchiveX found his first musical success with original pieces licensed to MTV, Oxygen, E!tv and others. But it was an invitation from left-field - to sing for a year with a revered gospel choir in the Bay Area - that inspired him to plunge into original music full-time. Deeply moved by the choral genres wisdom and power, ArchiveX began writing and recording with a firm goal: not to make a gospel record - this is not religious music - but instead to make a hybrid and mash-up of genres and times that nonetheless still captured something of old-school gospels directness and soul. Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, (a stones throw from Walter Whites house) there's a hint of the desert in the raw, exposed honesty of ArchiveXs compositions. His kaleidoscopic past has shaped his unique perspective, intellectually, emotionally and musically, which is evident in his multi-faceted sound and the delivery of his stunning debut album 'Some Ungodly Hour'.
Dr. Kucho!'s vast, diverse and ever-increasing music portfolio includes releases on some of the most notable labels in the industry - Sony, Virgin, Defected, Pacha, Spinnin and Africanism to name but a few.