Alec Orachi is a musician that hails from Thailand. He is a composer as well as a producer.
Alec Orachi was the middle child of three and began playing instruments at an early age. He and his brothers all had a strong interest in music when he was growing up in Bangkok.
In 2014, he relocated to Australia, where he was exposed to a variety of musical styles and artists, including Arctic Monkey, Bruno Mars, Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, and Xxxtentacion. Which resulted in him releasing his first extended play titled “I’m Not What They Say I Am.”
After some time had passed, he decided to forego his academic education in favour of a career as a full-time artist. After signing with New Echoes, Alec Orachi released the songs “Itsukushima” and “219,” both of which were met with positive reception from audiences both locally and internationally.
However, the experience of producing these two tunes, which were not quite representative of his style, taught him a lot. The young artist took a vacation from the studio and travelled to an island, where he met an elderly guy at a reggae bar who taught him how to live a simple life of sabai sabai.
The young artist took a vacation from the studio and travelled to an island, where he met an elderly guy at a reggae bar who taught him how to live a simple life of sabai sabai. Awakened by the education received.
Alec relocated back to the city, where he learnt to prioritise his own requirements and cast aside whatever he didn’t believe in. Mix in his newly discovered passion for reggae, jazz with a quick pace from the 1920s (Charleston), and Amy Winehouse.
Having the mindset that the whole world is your playground and engaging in activities with it as if you were a child. Try things, be knocked down, get back up, and learn from every experience along the way.
The experiences that Alec went through as a young kid maturing into an adult are depicted in a ten-track CD. Putting his priorities in order and having an accurate understanding of his place in society.