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|1.||"Four Years & One Day" (3:17)|
|2.||"Blue Train Lines" (feat King Krule) (4:11)|
|1.||"Marilyn" (feat Micachu) (4:04)|
|2.||"SP12 Beat" (2:33)|
|3.||"You Look Certain (I'm Not So Sure)" (feat Andrea Balency) (3:22)|
|2.||"We Go Home Together" (feat James Blake) (2:32)|
|2.||"How We Got By" (feat James Blake) (4:35)|
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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