Perfect Havoc welcomes UK DJ and producer Kydus with his new anthemic single 'When Am With You' - now available on all platforms.
The shrewdest industry eyes are now focused upon Kydus as this modest, consistent young talent who is building his own path in dance music society. From turbulence to shining brightly, Kydus' back story is one of determination and focus. A self-perpetuated talent, wrapped in creativity, viewing the future and living in the moment. Kydus has a true understanding of his craft, fusing his unashamedly honest experience and emotion with intricate technical studio skills and extensive DJ-ing experience. In recent years Kydus has perfected his own brand of infectious, driving, flawless melodic house and techno. Aligning a series of exciting originals and collaborations with some of the world’s most revered labels such as Big Beat, Toolroom, Saved, Knee Deep in Sound, Stereo & his spiritual home Circus Recordings. Enticing a loyal support from such luminaries as Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, Carl Cox, Nicole Moudaber, Luciano, Yousef, Hot Since 82, Joris Voorn, Darius Syrossian, Steve Lawler, Davide Squillace Monika Kruse and Ricardo Villalobos.
The Kydus musical CV has had unparalleled support from Radio One’s Pete Tong earning him no less than 4 essential new tunes on his BBC Radio 1 Essential Selection. It’s these releases (amongst others) that have created demand for Kydus original material and remixes. In the last couple of years, Kydus made a bold move and changed musical direction. While still delivering tech bangers, he decided it was time to create his own blend of uplifting, melodic house music. ‘Markeeta’s Way’ on Danny Howard’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’ (1.3 Million streams) was the first glimpse of this sound. Which was followed up by ‘Aftermath’ on Atlantic / Big Beat in the USA. After releasing ‘Aftermath’ and racking up over 1.6M streams, techno/house DJ and producer Kydus came back with another smash single at the end of 2019 with “Destiny”, a sultry collaboration with the in demand, London-based singer Camden Cox. The single features shimmering synths set against a classic house beat with Cox’s silky vocals and has amassed over 350,000 streams in just a couple of months.