Back with vengeance after a landmark first year, We Are FSTVL returns as a two-day event to Damyn’s Hall Aerodrome in Upminster on August 25-26 with a jam-packed line-up of essential dance talents from across the globe. Whilst Saturday’s line-up is dominated by Richie Hawtin, Disclosure, Maya Jane Coles, Chuckie and Cazzette, it is the likes of Fatboy Slim, Solomun and Duke Dumont that keep the momentum ticking for Sunday’s mainstage action. Stage hosting duties come from Defected In The House, Paradise, Cocoon, Circo Loco and RAM alike, making the seemingly impossible culmination of Kenny Dope Gonzalez, Camo & Krooked, Nina Kraviz, Andy C and Kryder a surefire landmark on the British festival circuit. Given last year’s triumphant sell-out stature, this bank holiday weekend extravaganza provides an early and eclectic reason to look forward to warmer times and an impressive summer soundtrack. Grab early bird tickets now and hit more to see the full line-up in all its glory.
Debuted by Danny Howard over the weekend on BBC Radio 1, the UK’s Kryder previews his take on Nicky Romero and Krewella’s “Legacy.” Although the official remix package came and went and provided four unique versions of the original, Kryder’s remix adds a whole new level of peak time sensibilities. The lyrics remain intact and are positioned over a fully revamped synth progression, which is bolstered by a unique climax that showcases Kryder’s production prowess. “Legacy” dominated the summer festival season and with continued remix efforts it seems like the collaboration’s momentum won’t be slowing down anytime soon.
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UK’s break-out star, Kryder, is back with another high energy remix this time taking on Swedish duo Bauer & Landford’s “Leave Me Behind.” Hot on the heels of a release on Axwell‘s Axtone imprint, “Aphrodite,” along with a release on Nicky Romero‘s Protocol Recordings, “Pyrmd,” Kryder has been truly making a name for himself among dance music’s elite. Mixing in intricate bass lines with breezy vocals and a surge of his own flavor, this new remix will have you moving and grooving.
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After rising to fame last year with the help of side-kick Tom Staar, Kryder has decided to etch out his solo career with hits like Axtone released “Aphrodite” and a bouncy, progressive take on Icona Pop’s “All Night.” His latest single “Pyrmd” comes by way of Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings and offers that pure, unstoppable energy his sound is becoming known for. It’s definitely difficult to create a unique sound for yourself within the progressive world, yet Kryder has done just that with hit after hit of dance-floor ready tunes.
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Reemerging into the fourth quarter of 2013 is last year’s breakout producer along Tom Staar, Kryder. On a much recent hot streak he’s outed an original production of Axtone and has remixed Icona Pop’s latest single. With no intention of slowing down, Kryder brings his next work to Nicky Romero’s Protocol. An almagation of his insignia and that of the host imprint, “Pyrmd” is a unique electro arrangement that comes as translatable across venues.
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Icona Pop’s latest album This Is… Icona Pop is fresh on the release circuit this week, as the “I Love It” hit-makers finally deliver their finished product. Now surfacing is a remix of one of the album’s singles, “All Night,” from Kryder. Earning its world premiere last weekend from BBC 1′s Danny Howard, Kryder follows Axtone’s “Aphrodite” with a similar production groove but a bubbly, melodic vocal hook that allows his talents to shine in another light.Posted by
Axtone’s progressive house aesthetic is alive and well in the form of Kryder’s ”Aphrodite,” the latest big room anthem to hit the shelves from Axwell’s frontrunning imprint. Driven by it’s punchy bass line and high octane chord progressions, Kryder’s latest establishes it’s main stage identity early on. Designed for big crowds, big stages, and even bigger production, “Aphrodite” is pure progressive bliss from start to finish, one that is demanding of a main stage presence despite seeing an official release late in the festival season.Posted by
Axwell and his Axtone imprint have been offering dance music with a colossal streak through the latter half of 2013, the release of “Center of the Universe” being the potential catalyst. Next week, the label will offer a rare release from Kryder, who allows the aforementioned Axwell original to live through his production with groovy chord progressions while following suit in vein of Marcus Schossow’s “Reverie” via masterful percussion. Due out on September 2nd, Kryder’s “Aphrodite” will represent the culmination of progressive energy from Axtone as a bonafide anthem.Posted by
Toronto duo Dzeko & Torres have hit two major milestones recently: reaching 15,000 fans on Facebook and announcing a coveted spot at Tomorrowland. To give back to their fans they are offering a free download of their official remix of Kryder and Bo Bruce’s “Damaged.” The massive progressive hit comes after their impressive compilation “2012 in 10 minutes,” and has already seen support from the likes of Tiesto’s Club Life and Felix Cartal’s Weekend Workout. Download below.Posted by
Last we heard from Tom Staar & Kryder they were remixing Afrojack’s “Can’t Stop Me Now,” but this time around they’re taking it back to 1990 with Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence.” Their acid house rave spin on the track features big room synths that overwrite the original’s melody plus an electro bassline. Tom Staar & Kryder’s remix of the track is available for free download exclusively through Dancing Astronaut. Grab your copy below.Posted by