By Chris Knight
If there’s a busier man in the world of electronic music right now, let us know. Because the Groove King himself, Kryder, is back at it again, this time inviting fans into a hugely exciting new virtual reality experience, immersing himself into CGI-character form for the launch of the brand-new Kryder metaverse.
Following on from the announcement of his new ‘Kryder Academy’, and a truly jam-packed release schedule which has included the likes of ‘Stay With Me’, ‘Waiting On My Love’, ‘Rusty Trombone’, ‘LSD’ and his scintillating remix of Grum’s ‘Afterglow’ throughout 2020, the new metaverse concept will see Kryder open his doors to the Kryteria Family via a 60-minute monthly show, showcasing the hottest new music from his trio of labels; Kryteria, Sosumi, and Cartel Recordings.
As a touring DJ, Producer, Remixer and label owner for the past 20 years, Kryder’s double-decade of musical knowledge has seen him earn a spot in the top 10 of 1001Tracklists’ ‘Top 101 Producers in the World’, as well as playing across more than 50 countries worldwide, amazing fans with his high-energy blend of tracks across the likes of Creamfields, Tomorrowland, and Ultra.
In addition to official remixes for the likes of Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Robin Schulz, Kolsch, and many more, the man at the helm of the ‘Kryteria Family’ has also collaborated with Steve Angello, and Benny Benassi, as well as releasing on esteemed labels such as Sony, Warner, Atlantic, Spinnin’ Records, Axtone, Musical Freedom, Anjunabeats and Armada.
The launch of the brand-new Kryder metaverse is the latest pioneering move in innovation from the UK-born artist, who continues to amaze electronic fans all over the globe on account of his unrivalled work-rate, creative concepts, and supreme level of consistent output. Bringing a completely fresh idea to the world of dance music via the use of modern technology, the launch of the Kryder metaverse will kickstart with a very special opening livestream with a date yet to be announced.