It is hard to pin-point what genre the man from UK, Kryder, belongs to. Whether it is Trance, Electro House, Progressive House or any kind of sub genre you can think of, Kryder can produce with sheer brilliance. No music boundaries can bound this man but one thing for sure, you simply cannot stand still to Kryder’s jumpy style of music. First bursting into the scene with his massive release of K2 in 2011, Kryder has been putting together dance floor-friendly remixes for chart hitters such as Afrojack’s Can’t Stop Me (one of the few dance tracks which I personally never get bored listening to) and Swedish House Mafia’s Don’t You Worry Child.
This new one from Kryder, Aphrodite, resembles the kind of work that any of the SHM members would produce, in particular Axwell. Perhaps this resemblance in style is exactly why Axwell has been hugely supporting this track in so many of his recent gigs and unsurprisingly and suitably, Aphrodite will be released on Axtone. There is still no word on the exact date of the release but Kryder confirms on his Facebook page that the release will be made later in August. For the time being, you can listen to the official world premiere of Aphrodite on BBC Radio 1 below.
Kryder – Aphrodite (Original Mix) | Beatport