Big Kenny calls it, “The New Movement of Muzika Without Prejudice.”
“I had this idea several years ago, and we started experimenting at the UofC (University of Creativity) in our mad laboratories! Insane talent crossed my path at just the right time, practically on my doorstep, as if sent by the Ultimate Creator himself! I have been on a mission since song one with this project,” said Big Kenny.” We started making Electro Shine because it just made us feel good. I figured, if it made us feel that good, it would do the same for others. I want to bring more people together in a really fun way.”
With Glotown Records the music has been released independently through internet sales, marketing, and streaming. Truly embracing the power of “new media.”
“Glotown Records is run by an eager bunch of geniuses all looking to be a beacon for creativity,” says Kenny. “It’s a singles-based label focused on artist/producer collaborations releasing only the best of the best one at a time, and continuously! And, Electro Shine leads the way on this experimental adventure!”
The University of Creativity and Last Dollar Studios attracts the greatest minds and talent from across the globe. Electro Shine has been furthered by principle contributions from “the Maestro of Electro,” and co-producer, CheBacca, also known as Che. Che has worked with acts like Lindsey Stirling, DJ Poet, MNDR, and Connor Cruise
And with the intensive collaboration of ChessBoxer, the musical duo of Ross Holmes and Matt Menefee, the music-embraced organic instruments side by side with the synthesis of EDM. Together, these three powerhouses of music create an eclectic fusion of beats, instrumentation, and feel-good lyrics. The Electro Shine sound is truly something that hasn’t been heard before from what might typically be thought of as an unlikely pairing.
The music also features other artists from multiple genre’s of music such as Ky-Mani Marley and his son; and wordsmith KJ Marley, son and grandson of reggae icon, Bob Marley; Cowboy Troy, country hick hop artist and rapper; Megan Mullins, singer, dancer, and fiddle virtuoso; as well as the magical guitar sounds of Dave Stewart, musician/songwriter/producer and one-half of British duo Eurythmics.