Kryder wastes no time in striding forward in 2020, as he provides us with his latest single on Musical Freedom, ‘LSD’, coinciding with a run of Musical Freedom Radio Residency shows which mark 10 years since his first release on the imprint.
Last month saw Kryder drop ‘Stay With Me’ alongside Nino Lucarelli, and recent single ‘Waiting On My Love’ with Tom Staar continues to shine brightly, chosen as Mistajam’s Self Certified Selection on his BBC Radio 1 Future Dance Anthems show, and ‘LSD’ is another weapon in an increasingly impressive arsenal of 2020 releases.
The heady, heavily distorted vocal fits perfectly with the song, floating above a grooving acid bassline that bubbles underneath, hi-passed in the beginning to allow the party-starting vocal to shine. The drop sees the bass hit full throttle, driving the track alongside piercing hats, snares and a reverb-laden kick drum that places ‘LSD’ firmly in main-room anthem territory.
Kryder goes in hard on ‘LSD’, and displays a darker, more brooding side that stands out from his more progressive-leaning recent efforts, showcasing a versatility that underpins the Kryder ethos whilst still maintaining the trademark groove synonymous with his name. Grab your copy of ‘LSD’, out now via Musical Freedom!