With all of the innovative styles that EDM has taken on over the last decade (if not longer), one type has remained consistent, and Tomorrowland DJ (BE) Kryder has proven that time and time again.
London DJ/producer Kryder relies on rolling beats in much of his music, as displayed in his latest hit “The Chant,” released in late July. The first release under his new record label, the percussion-based track drives into repeated motion of house tracks from the past while using somewhat of a chant (no pun intended) to his beats. (Wonder how he came up with the title?)
Eddie Thoneick and Kryder couple to create some sick vocalist chants amongst resounding drums from start to finish to create a fresh tribal chant, again honing in on the groove movement behind house music. With an infectious beat, it’s hard to match this type of talent and with a completely different future ahead at that. Check out this sick beat below:
Alongside music producer Tom Staar, Kryder (under Spinnin’ Records) created a new record label in July called The Cartel. His reasons for partnering with Spinnin’ Records on the new project? Their dedication to up and coming artists, specifically in the dance/electronic music scene, has been unyielding since the beginning. In addition to his own label, the main goal behind The Cartel is to incorporate the passion of music and the fans while creating a sound unique to the label. More is to come from the label in late August.
Kryder’s hit single “The Chant” is available for purchase here. Head over to Soundcloud and turn it up with more from Kryder and The Cartel.