|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Matt Argall is no stranger to success, so it stands to reason that his forthcoming music label would share that characteristic. It's off to an early start as Kryoman, Argall's future record label partner, hit the stage live at the 2011 American Music Awards.
Kryoman performance accompanied rapper Nicki Minaj and DJ David Guetta. The performance showcased some of Kryoman's unique robot costume shooting fog into the air while illuminated by those trademark lights.
The brainchild of Andrew Moore, a London-born dance music artist and performer, Kryoman has become well known for putting on amazing performances, thanks in large part to the 10-foot tall robot suits outfitted with everything from smoke guns to pyrotechnic kits and more. The AMA performance was just one of many similar events. Kryoman has appeared with DJ Tiesto, The Black Eyed Peas, Carl Cox and several other top performers. In terms of performance, Kryoman is more than just a single person. Moore retains the services of several Kryoman groups around the world. However, he remains responsible for designing the suits, the effects and holds copyrights to the suits. Kryoman has an album with CON Records, which was released in late 2013.
Andrew Moore will team with Argall to form a separate record label. An innovative entrepreneur, Matt Argall translated an online company into business ventures in dozens of different industries. The new record label will rely on Argall's business acumen and Moore's knowledge of Miami's music scene (as well as the greater national and international music industry). "I like the idea of opening a record label, because it allows me to combine my passion for music with my passion for business. And with the already huge electronic fan base that Florida, and especially Miami, has to offer, I think Kryoman and I have a great foundation for our future plans," says Matt. There are other reasons for the label to be born in Miami -- the city is home to a growing number of music festivals in all genres, and has become a hotbed for new, young talent.
About Matt Argall: Born in Los Angeles, raised in Canada and now a resident of south Florida, Matt Argall is a successful businessman, investor and humanitarian. In the course of his career, Matt Argall has launched numerous successful companies in various industries, ranging from the gas and electricity industry, to a student loan debt consolidation, subsidized by the US government. Matt has been intimately involved with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, as well as other nonprofit organizations focused on improving the lives and future prospects of the world's less fortunate.
To learn more about Matt Argall or the new record label, visit http://www.MattArgallNews.com.
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