Black a.m. is back with “T.S.O.F.H. (The Story of Frankie’s House)” a track that pays tribute to the late legend of house music, Frankie Knuckles. The single melds together a hypnotic and entrancing house beat with a moving vocal-bit sampled from a Frankie Knuckles interview. The warm cadence of his speech and the sheer friendliness intrinsically transferred from his voice enhances the experience put on display here sonically. Boasting an original, easily recognized style somewhere between Dom Dolla, JOYRYDE, and Malaa, black a.m. is one of just a handful of artists that has figured out how to cut above the rest almost-purely from the sheer grip of his music and live shows.
About Black a.m.:
Within a vein like modern house acts Dom Dolla, JOYRYDE, and Malaa, black a.m. contributes to the house world with a blues-rock flavor beautifully woven with a darker, heavier house sound.
Multi-talented instrumentalist/producer/writer Sinclair Wheeler – a.k.a black a.m. – was designated as rapper MGK’s guitarist for multiple tours in the mid 2010’s. This eventually paved the way to Wheeler contributing his live guitar talents during NGHTMRE’s recent “The Portal Tour.” and has performed alongside hundreds of artists, industry figures, and fansever since. Few have been heavily immersed in US electronic music culture as black a.m. Pair this with a lifelong devotion to music, and you have the groundwork of something that will turn heads and stir souls.