Explore the Mind of Kindrid with His “Give Me Some Air” Playlist


Kindrid returns to mau5trap for his latest tune filled with complextro influences and vocals from Kevin Michael, “Give Me Some Air.”

One of the rising artists from the growing roster on mau5trap who continues to impress with each passing release is Kindrid. A frequent face on the We Are Friends compilation series, last year saw him deliver Singularity, his debut EP on the label that further proved he’s an artist to watch.

Riding the wave of that stunning EP into the new year, Kindrid has arrived in style with his first release of 2021, “Give Me Some Air.” Out now on mau5trap, the track is a breath of fresh air as it features an uplifting groove and punchy bassline that will put a smile on the face of anyone who listens. Teaming up with Kevin Michael for the vocals on the track to take it to the next level, the result is yet another bop as it calls back to the vibes found on “Caught Up In The Moment” with Dominique.

I am super happy with Give Me Some Air; it’s just about the closest I’ve gotten genuinely expressing the original ideas in my head. Kevin [Michael] really made the track, honestly. His vocals were the perfect fit for the early 2010s complextro feel I was pushing for.


To celebrate the release, Kindrid curated an exclusive playlist to help give some extra insight into his creative mind. Featuring a flurry of his own tunes along with other jams from artists like Morgin Madison, Habstrakt, and Nhato, it’s a sensational ride that will help anyone dance their way into the weekend.

Dive into the inspirations behind Kindrid’s “Give Me Some Air” by listening to the playlist below, download or stream the track on your preferred platform, and stay tuned for more to come!

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