|Birth name Kirk Thompson|
Years active 1993–present
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
|Name Kirk Thompson|
Genres Drum and bass
Also known as DJ Krust
|Labels Full Cycle Records, Talkin' Loud, V Recordings|
Let s play creature from the krusty krab episode 1 born to be wild
Kirk Thompson (born 1968, in Bristol, England), better known as Krust or DJ Krust, is an English drum and bass producer and DJ who is part of the Bristol-based Reprazent collective, as well as releasing his own solo material such as "Burnin" which was released on Kickin Records.
- Let s play creature from the krusty krab episode 1 born to be wild
- Golden krust sector b
- Life and career
Golden krust sector b
Life and career
Krust was interested in hip hop, acid house and music at raves as a youth, and was a member of the group Fresh 4, which reached #9 of the UK Singles Chart in late 1989 with "Wishing on a Star", but did not release another record.
In 1994, Krust along with Roni Size produced "Witchcraft" an early drumfunk track. He is most famous in his own right for the instrumental drum and bass track "Warhead" (1997). "Warhead" has been remixed several times by both Krust and other artists and collectives including Ram Trilogy. Krust is also known for his 1996 release "Angles" on V Recordings and "True Stories" released on Talkin' Loud in 1998. He has had two minor hits in the UK Singles Chart; these were "Coded Language" (1999) featuring Saul Williams, and "Snapped It" (2002). They peaked at #66 and #58 respectively, each spending one week in the chart.
Krust's first album Coded Language was released on Talkin' Loud in 1999. Krust's second album Hidden Knowledge was released on Full Cycle Records in 2006.