Sterling Infinity and Karmic are in the house Friday. (Kris Angelis may drop in)

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Sterling Infinity combines electronic soul and synth rock Sterling began in gospel music where his songwriting abilities and extraordinary vocal range won the attention of gospel critics and the adulation of audiences. Soon he was singing not only at church venues, but also at Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Avery Fisher, and the Jacob Javits Center. Back then he was as well known for his voice as he was for his flamboyant stage persona.   He incorporates his deep sexual convictions and naked passion into his music, with dance beats that keep clubs moving until the wee hours.  Sterling Infinity recently dropped his second music video #XWeveLanded – Soul Raptured to accompany his Ep, Sterling Infinity – The Infinite One Has Landed.

The electric-pop band Karmic is comprised of vocalists Laura Baruch and Kylee Katch,  and features producers Samuel Murphy and Peter Kastner of Bad Owl Records. Known for bending sounds and toeing the genre line. their music blends electro-dance beats and hooky pop melodies, infused with a fearless point-of-view.   Their wildly energetic music, like their brand new single, “Warriors,” a quintessential female forward pop track that is both inspiring and determined, and like all their music, demands positive change. Their unique sound has taken them across the U.S. and Europe, including a recent stint in Germany and frequent performances at SoFar Sounds LA and Resident DTLA.

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