About

Has:
Grown up in New Mexico a few blocks from Walter White · spent several semi-suicidal years in the US Navy · written songs for escape and survival · gotten all f*cked up about music and abandoned it · written for San Francisco tech magazines and websites · lain awake for nights on end wondering how the hell normal people ever sleep · worked as a literary editor and grant writer · occasionally envied old people because they’re almost done with all this bullshit · been entrusted with a kid’s life · rediscovered music through Mahalia Jackson · fronted an old-school gospel choir · discovered that chipping away at something is the reward itself · finally learned how to face the music · made a record ·

This is that record, by the way. The rest of the stuff is in the Archive.
ArchiveX - Some Ungodly Hour
with collaborations by
HOLY STRAYS - IGLOO - GABBAY - JD MAYER
"ALL I KNOW IS THIS IS SOME
MIND-BLOWING SHIT!"
MagnetMagazine.com

Releases
“Some Ungodly Hour" Album SEPTEMBER 30
“Some Ungodly Remixes” Album JULY 2

"The ArchiveX- Special Edition" (30+ tracks/video bundle) tba 2017

Fame Magazine
"Dazzlingly timeless and intense music”

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HITS Magazine
"ArchiveX’s blend of pop, rock, gospel & ambient: unearthly…stomping…impossibly gorgeous…pure vocal conjuring”
Heather Havrilesky (NYTimes, NYMag)
“ArchiveX's music offers a vivid and unpredictable tour through the soul’s darkest nights and its most transcendent, glorious days. If you’re looking for songs that feel unfamiliar, unexpected and unfettered, if you want music that ushers the full force of human emotion, this is it.“
MusicWeek
“A unique mix of ancient and modern, hip-hop and choral, ambient and urgent. ArchiveX serves notice that his music was well worth the wait.”
SONGs Publishing
“Imagine Radiohead steeped in Southern Gothic and black gospel, UNKLE channeling Howling’ Wolf or Elmore James, or that Edwin Hawkins/Kanye collaboration you’ve always dreamed about, and you’re close.”
Steve Hochman (KPCC/KQED/LATimes)
“With ArchiveX, there are praises to be sung."