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Entries in Kryder (3)

Sunday
Jan132013

"Enjoy the Silence" - Depeche Mode (Tom Staar & Kryder Remix)

After ending 2012 with tasked remixes for the likes of Afrojack ("Can't Stop Me Now"and Swedish House Mafia ("Don't You Worry Child"), dynamic duo Tom Staar & Kryder take it back to 1990 with their rendition of Depeche Mode's hit classic "Enjoy the Silence." The edgy collaboration implements finely crafted big-room basslines that underlie harmonies consisting of quirky percussion and Progressive leads. Remixes like this one and Kryder’s individual take on The Police’s "Message In a Bottle" (Sending Out An S.O.S.) demonstrates the idea that even though technological progression may have changed the nature of music production, our greatest hits will always have influence in a constantly fluid music culture. It’s great to also see the two on their way to branding their own unique sound, as each successive track enables them to separate themselves from what Fatboy Slim calls "that generic EDM sound."

By Kiren Srinivasan

Monday
Oct152012

"Don't You Worry Child" - Swedish House Mafia [Remixes]

The anticipation of Swedish House Mafia’s final compilation album Until Now and their One Last Tour has accompanied the hype behind their final single that has already echoed around the world. "Don’t You Worry Child" is a bigroom Progressive masterpiece that's seen global crowds singing in unison to its vocals. Joris Voorn, Promise Land, and Tom Staar & Kryder have each given the chart topper their own touch, providing Don’t You Worry Child with genre-versatility while preserving the key aspects SHM intended. Personally, I’m a huge fan of Promise Land’s remix. Choose your favorite and let us know below!

Joris Voorn Remix

Promise Land Remix

Tom Staar & Kryder Remix

Out today on Beatport!

By Will Payne

Follow me on Twitter: @WillPayne24

Sunday
Oct072012

Track of the Day: "Can't Stop Me Now" - Afrojack (Kryder & Staar Remix)

Afrojack’s hit single with Shermanology "Can’t Stop Me Now" gets the fish & chips treatment, as British talents Kryder and Tom Staar showcase their official 2 day old remix that has already crept into the top 25 of the Beatport Progressive House chart. The edgy collaboration implements finely crafted big-room basslines that underlie harmonies consisting of quirky tribal percussion and trance-infused leads, narrating the story of a mystical journey taken to a destination that resides deep within the vast, unknown realms of outer space. Kryder and Staar are the masters of their own universes, both having quickly attained widespread industry recognition for their musical skills that were put to the test in the grungy basement parties in the UK. There's more in store for the duo, as they will soon be releasing an official remix to Swedish House Mafia's latest chart-topper, “Don’t You Worry Child." The potential individual and paired successes of these two is endless, as they continue to reign over their fellow English producers with a cosmic hand.

By Kiren Srinivasan

Follow me on Twitter: @DanceMusicMaven