A-Mac & The Height may call Colorado home, but the music transcends geological borders. Since the band’s inception, founding member Alex Mackenzie-Low has carried the torch, attracting the attention of famed artists and diehard fans all in a matter of a couple years. With a unique sound blending reggae, hip hop, and alternative rock mixed with hook laden songwriting, A-Mac & The Height’s recorded material continues to become more eclectic with each release.
Their latest album, “Part of it All,” showcases a new venture into the alternative rock realm, crafting an earnest and personal blend of sound, with gripping melodies, moving lyrics and edgy rhythms sections.
The group’s blend of reggae, hip hop, and alternative rock bridges the subtle gap between energy and optimism, with lyrics that are warm, uplifting and joyful, yet personal and insightful. A-Mac & The Height debuted in late 2013 and went on to play shows frequently, including opening for well-known acts like Rusted Root, Kyle Hollingsworth (of Stringcheese Incident), and Wookiefoot. The band also received several accolades, including being nominated “Best Jam Band” by Westword Magazine in 2017 and have been showcased on 97.3 KBCO’s renowned Studio C Sessions.
The live band is accompanied by Matt McElwain, Karl Rivers, Stephen Edwards, Joey Bean, Ted Kliest, and Jake Heym bringing an energetic and moving live performance to the stage, urging their audience to experience a genuine, uplifting music experience. As a whole, the band continues to thrive not only in the Colorado music scene, but all over the country, with fans latching onto a beacon of light and happiness in a world operating in negativity.
“A Part of it All” is set for this Summer with a full west-coast tour to accompany the release.