Matt Relton AKA Kidnap has released an ethereal mix “Planet Mix,” that is featured as part of his debut studio album Grow that is out now via Armada Music.
This is the official audio of his gorgeous album that was previously showcased at the London Planetarium. The planetarium could not have been a better fit for the sonic aesthetic of this album and mix. From the first few seconds of the mix, the listener is immediately drawn in by a soothing piano and then taken into a downtempo journey featuring synth-wave inspired synths, drums, and vocals.
Kidnap first gained recognition by winning the iTunes Best Electronic Track in 2012 with his release “Vehl.” Forever experimenting with sounds, the Sheffield producer rapidly carved out a unique and intelligent sound. In pursuit of artistic independence, he launched his Birds That Fly imprint in 2016 with “Moments” featuring Leo Stannard.
Staying true to his sound, Relton consistently releases music that evokes memories and powerful emotion. Through the use of vocals and intricate percussion and melodies, his productions conjure emotions from deep within.
Kidnap will also be featuring a remix album to accompany his debut album Grow. The album will feature remixes from ATTLAS, Budakid, Ben Böhmer, CamelPhat, Durante, Submotion Orchestra, Chambrayand, and Set Mo. This album truly is gorgeous and reflects a lot of hard work and passion from Kidnap.
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