Richard Antony Hewson from The RAH Band talks free 909 drum machines & being one of the first people to use Midi. #legend #chats #radio →
Jullian Gomes was born and brought up in the Republic of South Africa listening to Soul, Latin and Kwaito, before discovering House Music at the tender age of eight.
Since his first gig in 2003, his career has travelled only upward, and his love for production and skill-set grew steadily with it. Alongside cousin Michael G, he began the G.Family collective and has released on top South African Independent labels including: Soulcandi and House Afrika, which was followed shortly by records on influential International labels such as Realtone Records, Foliage Records, Atjazz Record Company and Seasons Limited. →
“Clouds Across the Moon” is a song written by Richard Anthony Hewson. It was released as a single in March 1985 on his studio group the RAH Band’s album Mystery. The single reached the top 10 of the singles charts in the UK, The Netherlands and Sweden. The vocals were performed by Hewson’s wife Liz. →
Q1. You’re? In my studio making music I like and hoping somebody else might Q2. When? As a mere child in 1956 I heard the music and saw the light! Q3. Why? Back then I used to listen on my shortwave radio to Willis Conover’s Jazz Hour on The Voice of America while in the →
Yes Yes. Boss man Atjazz will be hitting Indonesia, Japan & Korea from 26th July – 2nd August →
If there’s ever been a perfect pairing of performers on one stage it has to be this. Si Tew is a massive Anchorsong fan so be playing alongside the band is a wonderful opportunity for him to let his fans see what he’s all about. With his brand new live setup Si has found a →
Hewson founded The RAH Band – of which he was the sole member and which took its name from his initials – in 1977 – to release an instrumental called “The Crunch”. The piece climbed to number 6 in the UK Singles Chart. Hewson played all the musical instruments himself. The arrangement involved the use →
We at Atjazz Record Company are once again very pleased to have slapped our palms on a →
Eclectic producer, and dear friend of Atjazz Record Company, Si Tew returns from remixing the likes of Aloe Blacc and The Bamboos with a collaboration featuring the incredibly talented vocalist Molly to produce this moody sonic output. The exciting next step on his relationship with ARCo which began in 2009.
Coarse and detailed downbeat rhythms set the pace for the atmospheric number “Breathe” where it is pushed further into the realm of the ethereal by a delicate and lingering vocal that acts as a perfect counterpoint to the dark vibe of the piece. →