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Innovative Artists Who Never Fail To Impress Live

By Jenna Dreisenstock There’s nothing quite like seeing your favourite artist live – the energy, lights and crowd: the pure heart of being able to experience the music you love up close and personal and watching those you admire work their magic. There are some artists that go above and

Electronic duo Mount Kimbie take the reigns of the DJ-Kicks series with a 23 track mix that includes one of their own new tracks, ‘Southgate,’ exclusively. Due for release on 28th September, it’s a snapshot of exactly what the UK duo sound like in the club right now and is accompanied by

English producer James Blake has shared a new song called ‘Don’t Miss It‘ in collaboration with Mount Kimbie’s Dom Maker. Initially debuted on Blake’s BBC Radio 1 residency, then uploaded to YouTube. The collaborative single ‘Don’t Miss It’ follows another collaboration, the 17-minute opus ‘Look Ma No Hands‘ created with the legendary

Mount Kimbie return with a package of 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 dancefloor twists on the album’s driving, visceral post-punk sound. For the first part, Nina Kraviz

Primavera Sound 2018 presents Primavera Bits: Primavera Sound’s electronic music oasis, 28th May to 3nd June. 3 Stages > 18 Hours per day > DJs, producers and bands > Incl. Four Tet, Floating Points, Mount Kimbie, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, Jon Hopkins, Peggy Gou, Honey Dijon, Daphni and many more!

For the very first time in its history, Farr Festival is now including Sunday too, taking in a full weekend of magic in Bygrave Woods this summer. Running from 5-8 July, and located in Hertfordshire near London, Farr Festival is very proud to announce the final round of artists set

2017 saw Mount Kimbie reach new heights. They released their critically lauded album Love What Survives and took their newly formed four piece live show to sold out venues across the world including stand out shows at London’s Roundhouse and Paris’ Trianon where King Krule joined them on stage. 2018

Peaking with new material, the duo that make up Mount Kimbie will enter spotlight territory once again with the anticipation of their next album Love What Survives. Collaborating with the weighted grit of vocals from Archy Marshall, aka King Krule, their new single ‘Blue Train Lines’ accesses the negative spaces

Review by Shannon Lawlor Experimental electronic music has always been top-talk in the underground scene, but some artists don’t necessarily capture such essence, or achieve high-acclaim in fields of experimentation as this can be such a broad, ambiguous term. From splicing together different sub-genres or sampling pre-existing sounds to create

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