Almost a year ago, we had the privilege of catching up with Marlee in the Mixx before their "10,000 Hours" Release Concert. A random mishap happened to work out beautifully, and brought them to the Saturday Mashup before their concert at Cafe Asia. As we got to know a couple of the members behind the "progressive" band, the cohesion of their group became very apparent and that no one person is bigger than the whole group, even in their name. Marlee made it a point to explain that it is "in the Mixx" not "and the Mixx" as seems to be a common mistake during their interviews. It was an honor to assist in the buildup to their release concert which also happened to be our first time witnessing them live. A few of the Karmalifee members made their way to Cafe Asia on a beautiful Sunday evening to support their peers. As you take in their live show, the "progression" in their music becomes obvious, not limiting it to the expected R&B and Hip-Hop, they delve into a bit of Jazz, with a hint of Gospel and DC's own Go-Go sound. Their ongoing residency at Indulj has proved to be a worthy effort because their live performances have a sort of chemistry that can only be derived from a group of individuals who have grown up together in their craft. The rest of the band cheers on the member in focus during solos, an infectious enthusiasm that trickles into the crowd as their show goes on. If you have the chance to catch one of their weekly shows at Indulj, we truly recommend it. They have the Karmalifee Cosign!