Not much is known about Kryder, but we know that he can produce. A quote describes how “K2” earned it’s place on the podium: “We’re in a dark nightclub. The DJ cues his own track, hits play, the beat kicks in and hands immediately go up in the air, seized by its irresistible groove. The next DJ – Judge Jules, setting up for his own set – sees the damage done and asks what the track is. The DJ passes it to him and Jules proceeds to put it straight back into the CDJ and hit play… and then once more, to end his set. Jules then plays it on his Radio 1 show six weeks in a row, making it his “Tried and Tested” and saying on air that it’s “the best example I’ve heard of really getting the balance right: great chords, huge atmosphere and groovy undertone.” The track’s secretive producer is known only by the name written in indelible ink on the CD-R – Kryder – and the track is K2. Punters across the nation start clamouring to know who Kryder is. Debates surface on blogs and dance forums. Labels, managers, punters join the hunt to track him down.” Kryder may be weird as hell, but one thing is for sure, this song is freaking awesome. Just the right amount of “hands up” sections and a huge progressive feel with lots of energy. If Judge Jules wanted to play it twice in one set, you can guess just how well done this track is…Grab it on Beatport.