NEW MUSIC: BRUNCH

BRUNCH WEEKEND

JAMMIN' ON THE ONE

Brought to you by #WHUTtv - Howard University Television For Black Music month, WHUT Channel 32 and 96.3 WHUR proudly present an original concert series, DMV THE BEAT. Every episode of this hour-long music jam session will broadcast in Dolby’s new high-quality immersive audio format, giving you a front row experience, and hosted by one of 96.3 WHUR’s legendary DJ’s. This week we feature the smooth sounds of Carolyn Malachi. You don’t want to miss it! Only on WHUT Channel 32 – Your stories! Your PBS station.

LET'S GET TOGETHER

Business Over Brand (BOB) Hybrid Summit

Brought to you by your DC Creative Affairs Office.

Join Carolyn Malachi, Grammy-nominated artist and educator; Monique Davis Cary, Talent & Special Projects Producer, DC Creative Affairs Office; Elise Perry, Former President. DC Chapter of the Recording Academy; and Cliff Jones, Soul World Entertainment for a candid conversation about the music industry. Whether you are getting started or if you are already in the business, learn about negotiating contracts, managing relationships and how to market yourself and/or your band from these music industry experts and local recording artists The panel will be followed by Q&A.

Digital Futurism

Calling all up-and-coming history-makers and creatives

For better and for worse, cellphones have shaped who we are as a global society, and they will for decades to come. We're calling all up-and-coming history-makers and creatives to join the National Museum of Natural History for two evening conversations (June 29 & 30, 6-7:30 p.m. ET) at the Martin Luther King Jr. Public Library with leaders in journalism, tech, history, art, music, and literature who are influencing this technology and how we use it. These free IN PERSON events are designed for 18 to 25 year-olds who are interested in understanding the factors that shape our relationship with technology and how, together, we can imagine and invent a future that ensures our tech reflects us. 

 

Evening One (June 29) Featuring:

Carolyn Malachi, mix engineer, producer, Grammy-nominated artist, and educator

Allissa Richardson (via Zoom), journalist, professor and author of Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones and the New Protest #Journalism

Kamal Sinclair (via Zoom), former Executive Director, Guild of Future Architects

Ashleigh Coren, Smithsonian Institution

Register here for the panel: https://www.si.edu/events/detail/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D159958591

 

Evening Two (June 30) Featuring:

Nnedi Okorafor (via Zoom), science fiction and fantasy novelist
Ashleigh Coren, Smithsonian Institution

Register here to see Dr. Okorafor:https://www.si.edu/events/detail/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D159958662

NEW MUSIC

NEW MUSIC

Coming Summer 2022

It's happening! New music imbued with love from Carolyn Malachi and Andros Rodriguez is on the way. The first sizzle errr single drops in June.

NEW MUSIC 6/17

(YES, FOR REAL THIS TIME)

Brunch is a fun and important ritual, a time for relaxation, collective coping, and bottomless everything. With smooth wordplay over a driving beat garnished with acoustic piano, Moog Sub Phatty synth, and lush backing vocals, Brunch by Carolyn Malachi is a sexy, happy, certified feeling-myself hit.

Seventeen years later

IF IT AIN'T BROKE...

Carolyn Malachi teams up with photographer Roy Cox to create cover art for her upcoming project Counter Narratives. Carolyn is pictured here, showing Roy the images he shot of her in 2005 for her first EPK. Talk about a trip down memory lane! Who were you in 2005?