Kronic & Krunk - Hey Ho
Far East Movement - The Illest (Kronic Remix)
Kronic & Static Revenger - ID
Havana Brown - Warrior (Kronic Remix)
Uberjakd, Chardy & Kronic - ID
Kronic - ID
Colorstarr - Do It Again (Kronic Remix)
Apocalypto & Kronic - Turn It Up
Chardy & Kronic - SWAT Team (Reece Low Remix & Original)
Chardy & Kronic - Kavorka
Kronic & Uberjakd - UberKron
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Built to party and conquer the world, Kronic is Australia’s most reckless entertainer. Fueled by an appetite for antics and an alarming disregard for personal safety, his electronically sequenced on-stage acrobatics take dj’ing to the next level, leaving crowds everywhere throbbing, engorged and yearning for more.
With a cult following built from his series of bootleg mix tapes, it seems almost a lifetime ago that Kronic was one of Australia’s hip hop DJ elite, constantly traversing the lands, bringing the party to the furthest corners of the nation. Five years on, with tour supports for LMFAO, Afrojack, David Guetta, Snoop Dogg & Lil Jon notched into his bed post, alongside lanyards from Creamfields and Future Music Festival slung over the door, it’s obvious that Kronic has more than a foot in the EDM world.
Transitioning from professional party-starter to production prodigy, it’s Kronic’s antics in the studio that have him commanding attention of late. After face planting into the ARIA Club Chart Top Ten with 2012′s Looking For Some Girls (feat. Bombs Away) (#7 Aria Club Chart), and the #11 follow up Watup Bitch, present day 2013 has Kronic spreading his wings, notching up remixes for fellow Aussie EDM heroes Dirt Cheap [Hussle], Bombs Away [Central], Chardy & Andy Murphy [Hussle]. Remix duties aside, it’s Kronic original productions that have been turning heads of late. S.W.A.T. Team (with Chardy) saw Kronic reach Top 20 territory on Beatport, and earn support from Bingo Players, Hardwell, Tommie Sunshine, Sidney Samson, Deorro and more. Their follow up, Kavorka, became Kronic’s biggest record to date – reaching #12 on Beatport’s Electro House charts, and peaking at #5 on the Aria Club Charts. Not to mention Uberkron, a bass-heavy experimental collaboration with fellow Adelaide anarchist Uberjak’d, that snuck into the Beatport Top 40 Electro House releases.
After touring the country (again!) with Tom Piper on Ministry of Sound’s Addicted to Bass tour, Kronic has relocated to Sydney and is already hard at work, producing a monthly pod cast Handstands & Hangovers, and locking in studio time alongside Krunk!, Seany B, Static Revenger, Apocalypto and more.
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