So, what happens when you put two guys in a room with a huge love for Italo disco, 80's pop music, some hard- and software, but no money for a Jupiter 8? Well, you're likely to end up with something like Kraver, a retrosexual project by Dutch production duo JK and FK.
Spring 2012 saw the release of their Italo fueled debut tune 'Supermoon', which got released on Nurvous, one of today's most respected labels when it comes to indie-dance and nu-disco type stuff. Following this success the guys got noticed by Sander Kleinenberg, resulting in releases on his This Is imprint. Kraver delivered 'Starstruck', a collab with Dutch producer and close friend NSFW and remixed NSFW's 'Let U Go'.
Moving into 2013 Kraver decided to come up with a free release. The 3-tracker EP 'Spellbound' instantly turned them into a worldwide blogosphere favorite. JK and FK are currently busy working on a brand new EP, as well as an official remix for UK's disco don Paulie.
Kraver's remix of 'Finder', this year's utimate Ibiza summer hit by Germany's Ninetoes, just saw it's release on Kling Klong Records. Kraver's retro future looks bright.