Kris Kolton – Inferno





 

Kris Kolton is a name many of the electronic dance music scenes’ fans will not have heard of. Yet.

At only 19 years of age, Kolton has already drawn the attention of renowned industry names such as Jay Hardway, Dubvision, and D-Wayne. With native roots in Spain and the United Kingdom, Kris combines illustrious and esteemed UK club vibes with Spanish flare through his emerging signature sound.

Having created a Progressive House remix of X-Change’s “Weight Of Your Love” featuring the vocals of Kylie Odetta, the Free Download was far from the end of production. Kris Kolton has only been active on SoundCloud for under 6 months, yet it was another remix that caught the attention of EDMTunes. This time taking on Revealed Records popular collaboration “Feel The Love” between Dannic and Sick Individuals, Kolton proved his worth in gold within the Progressive House sub-genre.

Bringing his exponentially growing fan base his first original, the young Brit’s track received his premiere on Danny Avila’s 167th Episode of his reputed podcast, “Ready To Jump”. A statement in itself. Also garnering support from the likes of Tom & Jame, Alpharock and Firebeatz in the process, the masterful instrumental brings value to the trend his work has started to acquire.

Sticking to his motto of fusing music, beauty and passion, “Inferno” delivers a more ‘Big-Room’ edge to his progressive sound. Opening with a sharp bass and warped synths, the tempo is set early from the outset. As the vocally led riff fades in, the building melody brings with it reminiscent memories of some of Martin Garrix’s earlier festival sounds. Unleashing its full ammunition of energy, the amplified and extenuated progressive provides a platform for any appreciator of dance music. Adjoining the two progressions with a more raw and crafted bridge, Kris Kolston can safely lay claim to upping his repertoire and evidence of talent with was is undoubtedly his best work to date.

Certainly one we’ll be keeping an eye out for in the future, “Inferno” also comes as a Free Download, to start your week off in the best possible manner!

 

 

 

 





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