Mount Kimbie Involves Lincoln Corridor

CSFLY Remixes with Kyle Corridor, DJ Koze, Lee Gamble out 10/29 on Warp


CSFLY Remixes Tracklisting

A1. You Took Your Time (Kyle Hall Remix)

B1. Made To Stray (DJ Koze Remix)

B2. You Took Your Time (Lee Gamble Remix)

 Stream “You Took Your Time (Lee Gamble Remix)”

Hot off the heels of a recently released Kyle Hall remix of Mount Kimbie’s “You Took Your Time,” today we’re happy to share yet a new take on the track, this time courtesy of the UK’s Lee Gamble. A completely different vibe of the original, Gamble adds thudding, driving beats laid out over a luscious, deconstructed six minutes, and can be heard now on Pitchfork, who write, “as is Gamble’s wont, he takes the somewhat smooth original and hollows it out, adding tons of depth, bloopy synths, and hissing percussion to the mix.”

The remix comes off Mount Kimbie’s upcoming 12″, CSFLY Remixes, out October 29th on Warp with offerings from Kyle Hall and DJ Koze, with an additional Oneman remix featuring Jeremiah Jae available now for download.

The duo have also been busy on an extensive headlining national tour this month with Jonwayne and D33J, with a sold out show in New York and sets at Mutek Mexico, Decibel Festival and the upcoming Mountain Oasis Festival in Asheville. The live show carries an incredible magnetism and refined yet fluid sound, with added live percussion making the show an absolute must-see for listeners of electronic music.

Stream “You Took Your Time (Kyle Hall Remix)”

Stream “You Took Your Time (Oneman Remix feat. Jeremiah Jae)”

Watch Video for “Home Recording” (dir. Anthony Dickenson)

Watch “You Took Your Time (feat. King Krule)” Official Video (dir. Marcus Soderlund)

Purchase Cold Spring Fault Less Youth on iTunes

“A subtle epic.” FADER

“Cold Spring is a distinctly electronic album, and a modern one as well . . . Its collection of tones, syncopation and lurch is contemporary and distinct. There is no nostalgia, no dubby decay or wistfulness, locked up in Cold Spring. This alone is refreshing.” Pitchfork

“With its elegant blend of jazzy ambiences and Dubstep textures, the album conjures vivid imagery by itself . . . Dickenson has created a perfect companion for the music’s evocative drift.” Rolling Stone

“Maintains a sense of understated complexity, it’s very different from its predecessor . . . The increased presence of live percussion has created a larger, more organic sound, one now oriented towards the dance floor.” SPIN

“Cold Spring Fault Less Youth is as caring as it is calculated, full of crashing time signatures that don’t ever resolve and King Krule’s heartbreaking spoken word.” Noisey

“Package it all together in an album that’s sensibly sized and runs smooth as silk, and the evolving and growing Mount Kimbie remain a keeper.” AllMusic 

“The duo was incredibly precise . . . in a live setting, there really is no one else out there quite like Mount Kimbie.” Village Voice 

“Dancing to Mount Kimbie is like dancing to architecture: it feels like their compositions have hidden passages, back doors, and skylights, beaming in sneakily beautiful, sun-kissed melodies. They are a modest band making audacious, idiosyncratic music, and I cherished seeing it live.” The Stranger

Mount Kimbie North American Fall Tour Dates

10.14.13 – The Social – Orlando, FL *

10.15.13 – Bardot – Miami, FL *

10.17.13 – Republic – New Orleans, LA *

10.18.13 – Walters – Houston, TX *

10.19.13 – Red 7 – Austin, TX *

10.20.13 – Club Dada – Dallas, TX *

10.22.13 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL * (RSVP HERE)

10.23.13 – The Basement – Columbus, OH *

10.27.13 – Mountain Oasis Festival – Asheville, NC

* with Jonwayne, D33J


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