11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mount Kimbie released a series of EPs that made them among the most name-checked outfits in the Warp Records' roster, and they earned critical praise for their 2010 full-length, Crooks & Lovers. The return of the British production duo is filled with intricate, cerebral grooves, hazy digital textures, and cut-and-spliced samples that constantly muddle the boundaries between IDM, dubstep, garage, and hip-hop. It’s exciting stuff on its own, but the guest vocal of up-and-coming singer/songwriter/rapper Archy Marshall—a.k.a King Krule—makes riviting highlights out of “You Took Your Time” and “Meter, Pale, Tone." By the time the looping sample of "Fall Out” fades, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth offers a head-spinning tour of genre-defying musical frontiers.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mount Kimbie released a series of EPs that made them among the most name-checked outfits in the Warp Records' roster, and they earned critical praise for their 2010 full-length, Crooks & Lovers. The return of the British production duo is filled with intricate, cerebral grooves, hazy digital textures, and cut-and-spliced samples that constantly muddle the boundaries between IDM, dubstep, garage, and hip-hop. It’s exciting stuff on its own, but the guest vocal of up-and-coming singer/songwriter/rapper Archy Marshall—a.k.a King Krule—makes riviting highlights out of “You Took Your Time” and “Meter, Pale, Tone." By the time the looping sample of "Fall Out” fades, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth offers a head-spinning tour of genre-defying musical frontiers.

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