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Music Releases (more headlines) 01-28-2014

KRL Releases New LP Album '#Visible!'

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The DJ and composer of digital music known as KRL has released his latest full-length album, titled, “#Visible!” The record is KRL's most significant official release since his 2013 album, “#Audible!” It is the fourth major release from the Colombian DJ in his growing catalog, which also includes popular records such as “Minimal Rock” and “No Drugs to Enjoy Music.”

“#Visible!” is a big record for KRL in more ways than one. It is comprised of 17 original tracks for a total listening time of over an hour. In addition to the considerable and obvious talents of KRL, himself, his new record also features the skills of such artists as Paola, Ludoviko, and Daniel Yabran.

DJ KRL cites as his main artistic influences Martin Garrix, Quintino, Zeed, and Bingo Players. He has been making music since 2000 as a hobby, but gained popularity in 2007 when he began making sounds that were uniquely his own.

“I wanted to produce tracks and express creatively, mixing sounds and genres,” he writes.

“#Visible!” is an album built on the subgenre of EDM called progressive house, which currently dominates the popular music scene of the youth of today.

“Well in '#Visible!,'” writes KRL, “you will find that the first part of the album is basically for partying, is EDM music that will make you want to dance. The melodies and rhythms will get the listener in the mood for a good time. Most of the songs are instrumentals with some vocal samples in some of them. Progressive house is the main genre of the songs included in '#Visible!' which is the genre that is played in great festivals like 'Ultra' in Miami, or 'Tomorrowland.'”

While KRL's album also boasts songs from the dubstep subgenre and others, the first single showcased from “#Visible!” will be “Anonymous 432 Hz,” a progressive-house track inspired by the Internet computer hacktivist collective, Anonymous. A video recorded live in the USA will soon be published on VEVO for public viewing.

“#Visible!” by KRL is available online worldwide from Beatport and the official KRL website.

-S. McCauley
Lead Press Release Writer
MondoTunes

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