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The Fraternity Music Group Announces the New Album “Trilogy” from Ian Knox

Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) June 01, 2012

Trilogy is the third album released by Ian Knox commercially while being his first ever instrumental production. “Trilogy” features 19 tracks all mixed, mastered and produced by Ian Knox. There is an interesting blend of new music for musicians of all kinds, from pop to R&B, which displays the full diversity of his production capabilities. Ian Knox has an extensive background in music. He started as a performing artist over a decade ago gaining the attention of major labels with his first album release “Limited Edition” in 2003.

Since making the transition from artist to producer, Ian Knox has production credits with independent artists such as Kutt Calhoun, Stevie Stone (Strange Music), Young Bleed (Strangeland) and Liquid Assassin (42 Records). Ian Knox has also collaborated with west coast legends Spice 1 and Rappin 4 Tay along with Colorado’s own Black Pegasus. What sets Ian Knox apart from other producers in this business is his combined talent and background as a performer coupled with his ability to mix and master projects professionally. That’s become somewhat of a slogan for what you get when working with him on a project, “MR KNOX, YOUR ONE STOP SHOP.”

In March 2012 an entertainment journalist from wrote an article informing listeners that “Trilogy is a collection of cool hip hop beats perfect for mixes” based on the diversity of the albums content. She goes on to mention: “from opening track, “Kickin It,” you already get this cool, dance floor club vibe. The rest is a nice batch of tracks that range from laid back smooth R&B to quirky upbeat grooves, filled with synths and easy to like beats. It’s this simple mastery that makes Ian Knox’s sound serve as the perfect backdrop for mixing and sampling. Really good albums to listen to if you ask me. Grab the download.”

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