Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives : Remixes Part 1

Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives : Remixes Part 1

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Mount Kimbie return with a package of four remixes from their critically lauded recent album Love What Survives, from European club music’s biggest names. Split over two 12”s, released on consecutive weeks, the bundle explores differing dance floor twists on the album’s driving, visceral post-punk sound.

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.

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 bass line 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.


A. Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Main Mix)
B1. Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Tool 1)
B2. Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Tool 2)


Artist: Mount Kimbie
Label: Warp
Catalogue: WAP405X
Barcode: 0801061940515
Format: 12" EP
Release Date: 4th May 2018
                               

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