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About Mount Kimbie

Sometimes all it takes is the patience for sound to flow through you. When Mount Kimbie’s Dominic Maker and Kai Campos met as students at London’s South Bank University in the late 2000s, their early attempts at dubstep, which was dominating UK dance music at the time, were lacking something. But they soon found what they needed in field recordings they captured themselves: see “William,” a standout cut from their breakthrough 2009 EP Maybes, built largely on the noise of a skateboarder rolling across pavement. With the follow-up EP Sketch on Glass and 2010 full-length debut Crooks & Lovers, Mount Kimbie cemented their status as pioneers, expanding modern dance music into areas quieter, more rhythmically challenging, and altogether stranger. In the years since that breakthrough, through their own work and with collaborators like James Blake, Mount Kimbie have continued to mutate the genre they first struggled to replicate. By the time of 2017’s Love What Survives, the duo had entered a rarified space: that of the cutting-edge artists whose records are beloved in their time.

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