Mount Kimbie / Marcel Dettmann / Gerd Janson / ELLEN ALLIEN Love What Survives - Remixes Part 2 'Love What Survives' - Remixes Part 1 available HERE A new 12" from Mount Kimbie, taking tracks from the 2017 album Love What Survives with new remixes from some big names in the European club music circle. The second 12” features two takes on album opener Four Years and One Day. The first is a techno belter from Marcel Dettmann, followed by Gerd Janson tweaking the bassline from the original into a hands-in-the-air euphoric acid climax. Berlin’s Ellen Allien closes the package, completely transforming the lush hazy beats of T.A.M.E.D into a techno monster. 12"
Mount Kimbie Love What Survives Exclusive indies only LP is on white vinyl. Both LPs come with a download code. The long awaited third album from Mount Kimbie, forward thinking and boundary-pushing with plenty of excellent guest spots from the likes of King Krule, James Blake and more. The album reveals a freer, warmer and more confident Mount Kimbie. “Having more people involved has really helped let go of a bit of control”, Dom Maker explains. “The memory of this record is very different from the last one. This one feels very bright, and the last one feels really dark. I guess that comes from having it be something that’s shared with friends”. CD | LP
Mount Kimbie Cold Spring Fault Less Youth Second album from electronic/bass/techno duo Mount Kimbie. Their debut album, on Scuba's Hot Flush label, was one of the surprise breakthrough's of 2010, firmly cementing the duo's production credentials & seeing them share festival & club stages around the world with established acts including Four Tet, Caribou, The XX etc etc. This new album on Warp looks set to be every bit as exciting, we're looking forward to it hitting the shop stereo here!http://www.facebook.com/mountkimbie Warp Records CD | LP
Mount Kimbie Carbonated EP Expected 18th July After releasing their debut album ‘Crooks and Lovers’ last summer to huge critical acclaim and racking up numerous end of year lists including the shortlist for Guardian’s First Album Award, plus sell out tours in North America, Australia and Europe, London duo Mount Kimbie announce the news of their next EP ‘Carbonated’. The EP follows the release of the ‘Blind Night Errand’ EP and will be the final release from the album. ‘Carbonated’, the lead track on the EP is joined by two previously unreleased tracks, the buoyant, effervescence of ‘Flux’ and ‘Bave’s Chords’, which showcase the lush, elegant percussive sound Mount Kimbie have become known for. ‘Bave’s Chords’ was recorded around their early EP ‘Maybes’ and ‘Flux’ was created during the album recordings. Airhead, who’s shortly releasing his own album on Brainmath and is member of James Blakes' live band, subtly twists ‘Carbonated’ with his remix, while Belgian producer & DJ Peter Van Hoesen creates a six minute dark techno rework for the dancefloor. ‘Adriatic’, also from ‘Crooks and Lovers’ is transformed completely by Klaus with his style of detailed production hitting the mark once more. http://www.mountkimbie.com/ Hotflush Recordings 12"
Mount Kimbie / Nina Kraviz Love What Survives - Remixes Part 1 'Love What Survives' - Remixes Part 2 available HERE A new 12" from Mount Kimbie, taking tracks from the 2017 album Love What Survives with new remixes from some big names in the European club music circle. First up, Nina Kraviz mutates album favourite Blue Train Lines into an extended techno trip, with snippets of King Krule’s vocals circling the maelstrom. The first 12” comes backed with two more DJ tool versions. 12"
Mount Kimbie Mayor Finished copy in stock now! limited edition 12″ taken from the deep debut album from Mount Kimbie! features 'Mayor' and 'Would Know' Hot Flush Recordings 12" Out of Stock
The Fly / Kurt Vile / The Child Of Love / Mount Kimbie / Lewis Watson May 2013 Grab your FREE* May copy of The Fly! Add it to your basket when ordering! *you only pay postage COVER STORY: Kurt Vile ONESTOWATCH: Destruction Unit, Var, Wampire, Rainy Milo FEATURES: Kurt Vile, The Child Of Love, Mount Kimbie, Lewis Watson and many more... REVIEWS: Daft Punk, Savages, Vampire Weekend, Laura Marling and many more Out of Stock