Ascending from obscurity to become one of the most sought-after names in the dance music scene, the last few years have been exceptionally good to Kryder. Deciding at a very young age that his only career path would be one in music, it would take another few years before he stepped out of the shadows into the eyes and ears of today’s mega producers.
His invigorating take on big room firepower has found a massive audience, both on the dancefloor and within the dance music industry, and with tracks signed to the likes of with tracks signed to imprints such as Axtone, Size Records, Spinnin’ and Subliminal, it’s of little surprise. Kryder’s release of ‘Aphrodite’ on Axtone Records was a crowning moment in the early stages of his career. Today the formidable force of Kryder’s music packs a powerful punch, with support from artists such as Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim, Steve Angello, Axwell, Bob Sinclair, Erick Morillo and Basement Jaxx to name but a few, his stellar list of admirers has been a testament to his desire to push boundaries both on the road and in the studio and has seen him cement himself as an established producer that can be relied upon to bring the heat on the dancefloor, signified by him placing as one of the 10 most supported producers in 2017 on 1001 Tracklists
After giving fans something back with his free music imprint Sosumi Records, which ran for 100 releases, July saw him branch out with Kryteria Records, partnering with the formidable Spinnin’ Records to create the label arm of his hugely successful Kryteria Radio show, which itself is syndicated to over 100 FM stations worldwide, with over 100,000 weekly subscribers on iTunes. Kryder launched the label in impressive style, with the debut release coming in the form of his long-teased collaboration with dance music heavyweight Steve Angello ‘Romani’, and you can be sure to see Kryteria live in cities across the globe in 2018 and beyond.
. With a seasoned understanding of what it takes to rock the dancefloor, his jam-packed schedule continues to build momentum, with several standout shows at Miami Music Week 2018 adding to his impressive list of performances which have included festivals such as Creamfields, Mysteryland, Tomorrowland, Dance Valley, Ultra, Tomorrowland, Sensation, Electric Love and Medusa. Kryder also has a catalogue of remixes and originals forthcoming, delving into the realms of pop, dance and beyond to showcase his diversity across an ever-widening spectrum, as Kryder’s work ethic and ability to deliver at the highest level continues to skyrocket and place him firmly in the higher tier of dance music’s elite.
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