Mount Kimbie new EP Carbonated with Peter Van Hoesen, Airhead, Klaus remixes, free download ‘Baves Chords’, European dates
free download and stream of ‘Baves Chords’ as a little taster for the EP HERE
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’.
Set for release on 27th June on their label Hot Flush, 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.
‘Crooks and Lovers’ defined Dominic Maker and Kai Campos as an original and exceptional duo whose musical output refuses to be pigeonholed. Abundant in paradoxes, the album floats through dubstep and hip-hop, jazz, techno, post-rock, UK garage, shoegaze, indie and film scores to startling effect.
Mount Kimbie recently performed at the legendary Abbey Road in London for the new Channel 4 programme Abbey Road Debuts, see exclusive footage here: dummymag
One of the highlights at March’s SXSW and currently on a UK tour, Mount Kimbie will shortly head out to Europe before returning to the UK for Glastonbury, Reading, Leeds and Field Day Festivals with more to be announced soon.
Wed 27th April – Thekla, Bristol
Thurs 28th April – Heaven, London
Fri 29th April – Deaf Institute, Manchester
Sat 30th April– Bergen Festival, Norway
Thu 12th May – AB, Brussels
Fri 13th May – Metropool, Hengelo, Netherlands
Sat 14th May – Walk the Line Festival, Den Hague, Netherlands
Sun 15th May – Effenaar, Breda, Netherlands
Tues 17th May – FZW, Dortmund, Germany
Wed 18th May – Zwischenbau, Rostock, Germany
Thurs 19th May – Festaal Kreuzberg, Berlin
Fri 20th May – Pop UP, Leipzig, Germany
Sat 21st May – Museum of Contemporary Art, Katowice, Poland
Tue 24th May – Meetfactory, Prague
Wed 25th May – Atomic Café, Munich
Thurs 26th May – Keller Club, Stuttgart, Germany
Fri 27th May – Bad Bonn Klibi Festival
Sat 28th May – Freshtival, Istanbul
Thurs 2nd June – Rockhouse, Salzburg, Austria
Fri 3rd June – Springeleven Festival, Graz, Austria
Sat 4th June – Flex, Vienna, Austria
22nd – 26th June – Glastonbury Festival, Somerset
6-10th July – Giles Peterson World Wide Festival, Sete, France
6th August – Field Day, London
26-28th August – Reading & Leeds Festival