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The Sunset Violent
The Sunset Violent (limited orange vinyl LP + MP3 download code (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 350I. Rel: 28 Mar 24
 
Post Rock/Experimental
The Trail (2:55)
Dumb Guitar (4:59)
Shipwreck (4:02)
Boxing (feat King Krule) (3:07)
Got Me (2:13)
A Figure In The Surf (4:49)
Fishbrain (4:33)
Yukka Tree (3:22)
Empty & Silent (feat King Krule) (6:10)
Review: Mount Kimbie demonstrate their expansive ability to metamorphose over time, with the Sunset Violent being their first record (the follow up to 2022's MK 3.5: Die Cuts I City Planning) to document their efforts as a quartet, as opposed to the simple duo project of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos. Now with composer Andrea Balency-Bearn and Marc Pell (Good Sad Happy Bad), the project brings an ever-so-slightly more conceptual slant to the mix, with the album centring thematically on the UFO sightings of the Yucca Valley, California, and the interplay between the literal desert in that part of the world, and the figurative desert of London (where the album was completed). As ever, the likes of 'Fishbrain' and 'Boxing' deliver indie-electronic buildups, as driving as they are infectious, mixed with the distinctly sepia-textured moods and performative tastes of London's finest (King Krule among them).
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The Sunset Violent
Cat: WARPCD 350. Rel: 04 Apr 24
 
Post Rock/Experimental
The Trail
Dumb Guitar
Shipwreck
Boxing (feat King Krule)
Got Me
A Figure In The Surf
Fishbrain
Yukka Tree
Empty & Silent (feat King Krule)
Review: Few bands have sidestepped expectations as cannily as Mount Kimbie. Initially a duo but now expanded into a quartet, the British band has previously excelled in mixing, matching and fusing a wide range of experimental and left of centre electronic music influences. On The Sunset Violet, their first full-length as a quartet, they've shifted sonically once more, leaning into their indie-rock influences on a set recorded in California. The latter aspect - and the impact of being surrounded by sunshine and desert - is reflected in the warmth and haziness of the sound, which draws on the layered vocals and guitars of vintage shoegaze while also reaching for more familiar aspects of the band's previous experimental electronic sounds (for proof, check the ghostly musical vision that is King Krule collaboration 'Boxing').
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Love What Survives
Love What Survives (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 288. Rel: 08 Sep 17
 
Experimental/Electronic
Four Years & One Day (3:17)
Blue Train Lines (feat King Krule) (4:11)
Audition (4:13)
Marilyn (feat Micachu) (4:04)
SP12 Beat (2:33)
You Look Certain (I'm Not So Sure) (feat Andrea Balency) (3:22)
Poison (1:42)
We Go Home Together (feat James Blake) (2:32)
Delta (4:04)
TAMED (4:33)
How We Got By (feat James Blake) (4:35)
Review: Since first emerging on Hotflush at the tail end of the last decade, Mount Kimbie has navigated the post-dubstep landscape better than almost any other act. It says something about their transformation into hard-to-define electronica heavyweights that Love What Survives, their third full-length and second for Warp manages to be both surprising (there are subtle nods towards titans of post-punk pop and rock, for starters) and exactly what you'd expect. They're masters of fusing disparate styles, sounds, textures and beat patterns into beautiful hybrid shapes, and this kind of 21st century fusion is evident throughout. Naturally, there are a few notable guest appearances dotted throughout, with James Blake's two contributions amongst the album's many highlights.
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Cold Spring Fault Less Youth
Cat: WARPLP 237. Rel: 13 Jun 13
 
Experimental/Electronic
Home Recording
You Took Your Time (feat King Krule)
Break Well
Blood & Form
Made To Stray
So Many Times, So Many Ways
Lie Near
Meter, Pale, Tone (feat King Krule)
Slow
Sullen Ground
Fall Out
Review: Following up the runaway success of Crooks & Lovers was always going to be a daunting task for Mount Kimbie, and they've wisely taken their time to come back with a step forwards from a sound which gave rise to the more folky strains of the dubstep aftermath. Sounding fresh and invigorated on their LP for Warp, Kai Campos and Dominic Maker have built on their love of shoegaze indie and brought their component parts into a clearer vision where they used to hide them behind heavy editing and microsampling. There are plenty of reminders that this is a Kimbie record, not least in the winsome melodies that shape the LP, but the duo have succeeded in shearing away their self-conscious trickery to write full-bodied songs that hit on first listen, rather than ten spins down the line.
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MK 3.5: Die Cuts/City Planning
MK 3.5: Die Cuts/City Planning (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 319. Rel: 03 Nov 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Dom Maker - "DVD" (feat Choker - LP1: Dom Maker - Die cuts) (2:17)
Dom Maker - "In Your Eyes" (feat Slowthai & Danny Brown) (3:28)
Dom Maker - "F1 Racer" (feat Kucka) (2:29)
Dom Maker - "Heat On, Lips On" (1:44)
Dom Maker - "End Of The Road" (feat Reggie) (2:05)
Dom Maker - "Somehow She's Still Here" (feat James Blake) (3:01)
Dom Maker - "Kissing" (feat Slowthai) (3:00)
Dom Maker - "Say That" (feat Nomi) (3:46)
Dom Maker - "Need U Tonight" (0:51)
Dom Maker - "If & When" (feat Wiki) (3:49)
Dom Maker - "Tender Hearts Meet The Sky" (feat Keiyaa) (2:41)
Dom Maker - "A Deities Encore" (feat Liv.e) (3:18)
Kai Campos - "Q" (LP2: Kai Campos - City Planning) (2:01)
Kai Campos - "Quartz" (3:29)
Kai Campos - "Transit Map (Flattened)" (3:00)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 7" (1:57)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 9" (3:01)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 6 (Corrupted)" (2:16)
Kai Campos - "Zone 3 (City Limits)" (1:31)
Kai Campos - "Zone 2 (Last Connection)" (1:13)
Kai Campos - "Zone 1 (24 Hours)" (5:17)
Kai Campos - "Industry" (1:37)
Kai Campos - "Human Voices" (1:17)
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MK 3.5: Die Cuts/City Planning
MK 3.5: Die Cuts/City Planning (clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 319I. Rel: 03 Nov 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Dom Maker - "DVD" (feat Choker - LP1: Dom Maker - Die cuts) (2:21)
Dom Maker - "In Your Eyes" (feat Slowthai & Danny Brown) (3:26)
Dom Maker - "F1 Racer" (feat Kucka) (2:28)
Dom Maker - "Heat On, Lips On" (1:44)
Dom Maker - "End Of The Road" (feat Reggie) (2:04)
Dom Maker - "Somehow She's Still Here" (feat James Blake) (2:58)
Dom Maker - "Kissing" (feat Slowthai) (2:58)
Dom Maker - "Say That" (feat Nomi) (3:51)
Dom Maker - "Need U Tonight" (0:48)
Dom Maker - "If & When" (feat Wiki) (3:53)
Dom Maker - "Tender Hearts Meet The Sky" (feat Keiyaa) (3:11)
Dom Maker - "A Deities Encore" (feat Liv E) (2:49)
Kai Campos - "Q" (LP2: Kai Campos - City Planning) (2:05)
Kai Campos - "Quartz" (3:29)
Kai Campos - "Transit Map (Flattened)" (2:58)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 7" (1:58)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 9" (3:04)
Kai Campos - "Satellite 6 (Corrupted)" (2:05)
Kai Campos - "Zone 3 (City Limits)" (1:39)
Kai Campos - "Zone 2 (Last Connection)" (1:15)
Kai Campos - "Zone 1 (24 Hours)" (5:15)
Kai Campos - "Industry" (1:31)
Kai Campos - "Human Voices" (1:18)
Review: Mount Kimbie's journey of self discovery continues with the next instalment in the MK3.5 series. Whether this really is a new era for the pair, or not is of course besides the point - Kai Campos and Dom Maker have displayed real evolution on the road to get their two-man project to this point, and at this point it really shows.

Dom's side is an altogether more colourful and varied affair in the sense it opens with sultry piano-driven late night drinks electronica via 'dvd', featuring the perfectly suited vocal cuts of Choker, before edging into rainier territory with 'in your eyes', welcoming everyone's favourite UK MC with loads to say, slowthai, and Danny Brown . Sparse but technically astute, Campos opens his lot with clubbier tones, namely the muffled crunch-house of 'Q', quickly moving through broken filter bass ('Quartz'), and warm, laidback beats ('Satellite'), among other vague descriptions.
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