Mount Kimbie’s ‘Love What Survives’ is the sort of album that reveals itself more and more with each listen, its intricate, subtle details becoming more apparent the more time you spend with its new-wave inspired guitars, lush electronics and sublime guest vocals from the likes of King Krule, Micachu and James Blake.
Since its release in September 2017 we’ve already been gifted with a number of stunning remixes. With Nina Kraviz turning over not one but three deep, rolling techno reworks of the aforementioned King Krule featuring ‘Blue Train Lines’.
Part two of the ‘Love What Survives’ remixes collection is set to drop tomorrow 11th May with edits coming from untouchable producers Marcel Dettmann, Gerd Janson and Ellen Allien.
While we’ve already heard the excellent remixes from Dettmann and Janson, we’re particularly excited to debut the incredible rework from BPitch boss and formidable DJ/producer Ellen Allien. The recent DJ Mag UK cover star has turned over an engulfing techno remix of one of the album’s most subdued, introspective tracks, taking its anxious melodies and vocals and dragging them to a cavernous depths with a dark, propulsive groove to boot. You can hear it below.
Allien will be hosting a We Are Not Alone party in Barcelona’s City Hall for Off Sonar on 15th June featuring sets from Aurora Halal, Boston 168 (live), Silvie Loto and herself. She will also be playing at Fabric on 26th May which you can find more info on here.
Pre-order your copy of 'Love What Survives: Remixes Part 2' here.
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