London born producer Tom Staar has been at it for quite a while now, releasing some high end tracks on Axtone, Size and Spinnin’ Records. This has resulted in a steadily rising profile, making him one of the upcoming Brits in electronic music. Same goes for Kryder, who’s also been building momentum these last years with releases on Spinnin’ Records, Musical Freedom, Axtone, Size and Protocol Recordings.
Earlier this year Kryder already worked together with mysterious UK producer The Wulf (known for his summer tinged tune ‘Keep Me Waiting’, released in April this year) on the fully supported single ‘Good Vibes’, now the guys teamed up again, adding the house vibes of Tom Staar for a hotblooded piece of dance music titled ‘De Puta Madre’.
The team delivers a sweet groove adding melodic horns and a wobbly bassline, creating a highly effective, Latin house styled record. Turning dancefloors into sweaty affairs as the track’s been on lots of radars this summer, gaining support from jocks like Matisse & Sadko, Lost Frequencies, EDX, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Gregor Salto and Danny Howard.
And now, summer might be over, on the floor the vibe keeps on flowing with the official release of ‘De Puta Madre’. Enjoy!
Kryder, Tom Staar & The Wulf – ‘De Puta Madre’ (SPRS)