A look at the evolution of Camo & Krooked’s sound

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Austrian duo and our Artist of The Month, Camo & Krooked are arguably one of the biggest duos in the drum & bass spectrum.

The duo’s fearsome reputation of immaculate production skills has made them one of the biggest drum & bass talents in Europe.


Camo & Krooked Mosaik’ have released their fourth album: ‘Mosaik’, which is out on pioneering drum & bass imprint RAM/BMG and C&K’s new founded imprint ‘Mosaik Musik’.

Listen to it here.

‘Mosaik’ is a musical montage consisting of Camo & Krooked’s deepest influences and ambition. While the album dives deep into the duo’s intricate world, we take a look at how it all started.

We take a look at Camo & Krooked’s best tunes and the evolution of their style from relentless neurofunk to Dubstep to House to their very own Anti-drop style.

Camo & Krooked – Terra

‘Terra’ dates back to the duo’s first album, ‘Above and Beyond’. Terra is one the most defining tracks of the C&K sound. The track begins with an intro powered with rumbling melodies and builds into a breakneck atmospheric roller.

John B – Numbers (Camo & Krooked Remix)

Along with smashing singles, Camo & Krooked have always been in demand on a remix tip; their remix of John B’ ‘Numbers’ is a good example that they can always be relied upon to hit the right buttons. Proper festival banger.

DJ Fresh – Hot Right Now (Ft. Rita Ora) (Camo & Krooked Remix)

C&K gave the original a much welcomed injection of bass and took the track to a whole new level and we have been witness to this track absolutely slaying parties ragged.

Camo & Krooked – Portal

By far the grittiest and possibly the deadliest drum & bass tune delivered by the duo. This track can start a wicked moshpit. Absolute monster.

Camo & Krooked – All Night

This is where the Anti-drop style began for the duo. Camo & Krooked gave us this beaut about four years ago and it was a keystone moment in their Zeitgeist album. All Night brought the duo’s many musical influences and directions together. Evocative, warm and riddled with rushes and the quintessential example of their ‘anti-drop’ style.

Lana Del Rey – West Coast (Camo & Krooked Remix)

A gloriously imaginative remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘West Coast’. The duo slowed it down a bit and added some submerged synths, plucky guitars and turned the original into a blissful summer tune.

‘Mosaik’ like other Camo & Krooked albums, was delivered bucking every trend and technique and we could sense the influences from ‘Cross The Line’ and ‘Zeitgeist ‘ in their latest album.

Listen and delve into the Camo & Krooked world.

Sagar Deshmukh
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Sagar Deshmukh

Drum & Bass enthusiast. Exit Records and Alix Perez Fanboy.
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