Within the past few years, Kidnap Kid has graphed a model of success. Early on, he was presented with iTunes US’s ‘Best Electronic Song of 2012’ for his track “Vehl,” which showcased his charmingly ethereal sonic capabilities. In 2016, he launched his all-encompassing ‘Birds That Fly’ label, and moved into 2017 with an illustrious collaboration with href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/lane-8">Lane 8 on their single href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/2017/03/listen-lane-8-kidnap-kids-dreamy-new-collaboration-aba/">“Aba.” Not long ago, he also released his single “Where The Sea Swings In Like An Iron Gate,” a booming track that has maintained its momentum in the streaming sphere while giving his fans a matured look into his complex and formidable sound.
Rounding out his accomplished status, Kidnap Kid has been tapped by Moby himself for a remix of the American producer’s iconic 2013 release “Natural Blues” as part of his Black Lacquer project. The project stems from a momentous celebration of collaboration in the multifarious world of remixes, giving carefully selected producers the reigns in remixing some of Moby’s most established releases. As for Kidnap Kid, his reimagining of “Natural Blues” is nothing short of spectacular, pacifying the original into an organically-driven, house-centric piece and stripping it down to its most wholesome elements to deliver a galvanizing impact.
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