Infectious Rhythm: “Silhouette” – a steady impacting beat, retro analogue sounding synths

I’ve always loved Infectious Rhythm since I first him about a year back with “Daydreams”. To be quite honest, I think the good thing about this independent electronic music producer is that he is consistent. He doesn’t have songs that repeat or sound the same, or at least, I don’t think so. I think what he does is adhere to a certain theme in each release, with a great level of creativity that becomes apparent the more you listen to it. I like it because it shows me that this artist knows who he is are and he knows the

Knowshun: “Dedicated (Remix)” – imaginative rhymes in a mix of street and fantasy!

Knowshun is a lyricist and producer from Chicago, IL. The rap/hip-hop artist’s latest project, a music video for his single “Dedicated (Remix)” was based on a nightmare the artist had the night before the video shoot. The cinematic music video explores dark themes of purgatory, a spirit in limbo and battling against dark forces. Gripping imagery of shadowy figures permeate the video. “Dedicated (Remix)” is featured on the mixtape “Lyrical Fire Episode Two: Liquid Napalm” written and performed by Knowshun, produced by Credit Ninja B. The original track was by MF Doom & MF Grimm. The music video was shot,

Keys And Vices: “Chronic Nostalgia” can rock the socks off of any audience!

Keys And Vices are something of a Trojan horse. Hidden within the confines of a band with a cryptic name and fronted by a deceptively talented lady is a power-trio that can rock the socks off of any audience and probably any band they share a bill with. Stacked with massive riffs and sweet hooks, their “Chronic Nostalgia” is a monumental step in their recording career. With beefy production that highlights the tight dynamic between front-lady Jennifer Valdez (Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Lyrics), bassist Kevin McCarty and drummer Kris Ayala, the band’s first full-length offering packs enough punch to dominate modern

Brady Novotny: “Passions Collide” is a skilled expression of his dazzling compositions

During the early to mid-seventies is when the guitar maestros were coming out. John McLaughlin and Al Dimeola, were at the top in my book of guitarists. The mixed both electric and acoustic guitar virtuosity with equal ease. Rock, Jazz, Fusion and Flamenco abounded flavors abounded on their releases showcasing a 360° vision of the guitar as a lead instrument. Brady Novotny who started playing the guitar at the age of 10, is pretty much cut of the same cloth, and on his latest album, “Passions Collide”, he even includes a vocal track featuring his wife, Jennifer. Inspired by Randy

Tohi: “Out The Box” – emotional music you can chill or groove to!

Tohi is a rap artist currently based in Los Angeles, CA. He started his musical career as the first Persian rapper at the age of 13. He was forced to perform illegally in his native Tehran, where rap has been banned. In order to chase his dreams, Tohi located to Dubai for two years where he was able to create music openly, followed by a move to London. As he continued to build his career Tohi performed at major venues such as Barclaycard Arena Hamburg and The Global Arena Stockholm and HMV Forum London O2 and won awards, including Best

Bearzerk – An executive music team with a proven track record

Music management teams really are the industry’s Swiss Army knife. They can really transform careers. Where there’s a special artist, chances are there’s a special collective behind them, plotting moves behind the scenes. The best of the bunch tend to connect dots swiftly, think outside the box without losing sight of the little things, and, above all else, maintain a degree of close affinity and proximity to the artist and the music business itself. Music management companies exist to protect and nurture the business and creative interests of those they work with. It takes one set of skills to help

Exit 22 Music: “Just As You Are” has cracked the code for the modern music world

Barely a few months after the release of their previous single, Exit 22 Music and Chris Calamera are back with the new record “Just As You Are”. And it seems like the only rule of the New York City-based project is: there are no rules. They are mixing genres and experimenting with different styles and the result is the unique sound of Exit 22. Whenever the Calamera project drops a new release my expectations are extremely high. The song starts off slow and soulfully, and then loads itself with energy. The female vocals, as always, has never sounded so strong.

Michael Peloso and Natalie Jean: “Lost & Found” – absolutely compelling!

Michael Peloso and Natalie Jean have released their latest collaboration single, “Lost & Found”. The two are no strangers to each other, having worked together on the multi-nominated, and award-winning track, “The Letting Go” with Levi Moore. Michael and Natalie also joined forces on Josie Award nominated track “Please Don’t”, as well as the 2017 single “Alive”. Michael Peloso is a New Jersey-based lyricist/songwriter who writes undeniably touching, honest lyrics with a sense of simplicity that are uniquely all his own. Natalie Jean is has achieved recognition across the most diverse of musical genres and quite comfortable performs in English,

Deane Nesbitt Jr. – “Soundtracks in the Sand” – The meticulous sculpting of soundscapes

Although Deane Nesbitt Jr. has composed music for years, he does not read music. His unique background consists of practicing law for 16 years, co-founding an investment management company and writing an illustrated history of a 1912 investment bank. Deane’s music has been aired on more than 300 radio stations across America and Canada. His recent CD, “Music in Search of a Movie”, won the Philby Award in the United States for being one of the top 100 music CDs of 2015 and the Best Dramatic Music of the year. The album ranked on five CMJ charts for New World

ROSABEL: “The Album” – Compositions of the highest quality

ROSABEL the DJ duo consisting of Ralphi Rosario and Abel Aguilera met in 1989 during the Winter Music Conference in Miami. For the better part of 25 years the two have been generating dance hits, and more recently, tag-team DJing for the masses around the globe. They dropped their first creation in 1994, with “La Puta” released via Groovilious, a part of Strictly Rhythm records out of New York. The continued dropping independent releases and filling floors each summer on Tommy Boy Records/NYC, and have since, officially remixed such artists as Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Madonna, Katy Perry, Cher, Gloria

Karma Butler: “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” – maturity of skill and content!

The recording artist, Karma Butler is also a producer, dancer, actor, choreographer, model, and an educator. The young boy who began singing in the church has spread his wings, and broadened his horizons since taking vocal tutoring lessons while attending Virginia’s Governor’s School for the Arts.  He has travelled to Japan to perform sold-out shows, been interviewed on ABC and featured in USA Today. All while having a hit song entitled “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)”, which consolidated his popularity and captured media attention. It remains his #1 selling single from his international discography on iTunes. With each release, Karma asserts his status as a great songwriter and an artist who continues to evolve. He successfully channels an array of emotions into his music, which proves fruitful for his songwriting.

“Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” maintains the groove and dance aesthetic of his sound, and is the song that allows him to continue gaining the momentum he deserves. Karma sure has the potential, confidence and creative range to reach great heights.

Channeling an EDM vibe, the track has an upbeat, catchy and commercial feel to it, shutting down critics who might claim that underground artist’s cannot cater to the masses. Never over-indulgent with regard to the production, the song is a fine example of how when given freedom in the studio, Karma Butler can certainly deliver unique arrangements and surprising sonic twists that elevate his style.

The single brings a greater depth and showcases a wider range of Karma’s strengths. “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” is full of playful vibes which reflects on love, intimacy and emotions. The subtlety of the lyrics, the ambiance of the production, and a voice that’s able to document every feeling a relationship brings.

Karma has an ability to belt a soulful hook at one moment and the next moment showcase a double turn dance move with precision. He has the ability to mix the two different spectrums of music and dance, while looking and sounding great doing it.

Karma Butler is a Pop offshoot peppered with dance sensibilities and an overarching urban twist. His ability to transition from pop charting tracks to dance club derivatives and standard electronic atmospheres, is impressive. Dynamics like these make it possible for any album project to never to fall flat at any point.

This is certainly a talent that cannot be overlooked in today’s oversaturated market. “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” switches gears from its intro grooves into a fully blown club ready banger, and by the time you get to the chorus, the tension in this tale grows, and the beat builds until the desire for the drop is palpable.

The welcome maturity of skill and content forged by Karma Butler, matches the lean, cohesive, tightly wound beat that drives “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)”. His performance is gripping as the song unravels and expands, exuding the confidence and professionalism of a star solo act. If Karma’s credits don’t skyrocket within the year, it will be a perversion of justice.

MORE ABOUT:

Karma Butler uses all of his experiences – from life, music, commercials, being a star of a national Credit Karma commercial, an actor in the original American Pie film, runway model for Adidas, PGA and Reebok, a faculty instructor for Virginia’s Governor’s School for the Arts, guest choreographer with The National and Regional High School Dance Festivals, and many studios abroad – to help spread his message. Since 2009, Karma has also been mentoring the careers of young entrepreneurs, performers and musicians by promoting their talents on several televisions shows produced by his production company when often assuming the role of Executive Producer.

Karma continues to find himself moving closer to his moral compass from his childhood in Pennsylvania, and Virginia, where he became inspired to perform and work on his dreams, that includes making sure he helps others along the way to achieve theirs. For the rest of 2019, he plans to tour the southeast region using his music, dancing and acting skills to reach those need the push to keep going even when things are tough, as well as promote his “Get Good Karma” clothing and accessory lines.

Special Thanks & Credits: 
Photography By: Tyler Mark Photography
“Karma’s Motivational Speaking Team”
Manager: Nanette Gregory
Multimedia and Event Producer
of AMA Productions, LLC: Alan Ashe
Producer/Editor: Japheth Lewis

Streams:
ITunes: http://bit.ly/BabyLetMeNoizzFactorClubMixKarmaButler
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Spotify: http://bit.ly/BabyLetMeNoizzFactorClubMixSpotify
Google Play: http://bit.ly/BabyLetMeNoizzFactorClubMixGoogle

Social Media:
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