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SAT 30TH NOVEMBER
PATTEN EOLIAN INSTATE LONDON LAUNCH PARTY

THU 28TH NOVEMBER
OFEI

WED 27TH NOVEMBER
BIG DEAL

WED 27TH NOVEMBER
SUMMER CAMP

TUE 26TH NOVEMBER
JAAKKO EINO KALEVI – SOLD OUT

MON 25TH NOVEMBER
PICK A PIPER

MON 25TH NOVEMBER
GLASSER – SOLD OUT

WED 20TH NOVEMBER
EAST INDIA YOUTH -SOLD OUT

WED 20TH NOVEMBER
VESSELS

WED 20TH NOVEMBER
GENTLEMEN

MON 18TH NOVEMBER
LUKE TEMPLE (HERE WE GO MAGIC) – CANCELLED

THU 14TH NOVEMBER
MOUNT KIMBIE – SOLD OUT

THU 14TH NOVEMBER
SWEET BABOO

WED 13TH NOVEMBER
SOHN – SOLD OUT

WED 13TH NOVEMBER
OLOF ARNALDS

TUE 12TH NOVEMBER
FARAO

TUE 12TH NOVEMBER
SOHN – SOLD OUT

MON 11TH NOVEMBER
JULIA HOLTER

FRI 8TH NOVEMBER
THE PASTELS

WED 6TH NOVEMBER
YORKSTON THORNE KHAN

TUE 5TH NOVEMBER
THE DODOS – SECOND DATE

TUE 5TH NOVEMBER
STEVE MASON

MON 4TH NOVEMBER
THE DODOS – SOLD OUT SECOND SHOW ADDED

FRI 1ST NOVEMBER
YOUTH LAGOON – SOLD OUT

THU 14TH, NOVEMBER 2013
Mount Kimbie plus Forest Swords and oOoOO + Thris Tian DJ
VENUE / KOKO 1A CAMDEN HIGH STREET, CAMDEN, LONDON NW1

TIME / 19:00
CALENDAR / ICAL
TUBE / MORNINGTON CRESCENT
TICKET INFO / £12.50 ADVANCE
LINKS / WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM/ , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/USER/MOUNTKIMBIE , SOUNDCLOUD.COM/FORESTSWORDS , SOUNDCLOUD.COM/OOOOOSOUNDS , WWW.RESIDENTADVISOR.NET/DJ/THRISTIAN

MOUNT KIMBIE ALBUM ‘COLD SPRING FAULTLESS YOUTH’ OUT NOW PLUS NEW EUROPEAN AUTUMN/ WINTER TOUR ANNOUNCED

“Bigger and bolder than their 2010 debut Crooks & Lovers” ****- Guardian

“Seeps with a distant brilliance” 9/10 – Clash

“Cerebral and arresting” – Mixmag 8/10

“The careful nuances, shuffling rhythms and strange emotions of their first outing,  fine-tuned into something unmissable” NME 8/10

Hot on the heels of the release of their second album ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’ Mount Kimbie can now announce a European tour including their biggest UK headline show to date at Koko in London.

The duo played to a sold out crowd at Peckham’s Bussey Building, with The Guardian hailing the new live show “glorious” and “absorbing”, as well as a landmark performance at last weekend’s Field Day festival.

Listen to the album here: http://www.youtube.com/user/mountkimbie

Buy the album here: http://www.mountkimbie.com/

Plus support from FOREST SWORDS AND oOoOO and DJ Thris Tian

“overall, this is the strongest collection we’ve seen from oOoOO” – Pitchfork

“something of a genre zenith – making slow-moving, essentially eventless music persistently compelling” – FACT

“An impressive first full-length from an artist equally adept at intricate productions and affecting songwriting, Without Your Love brings all of Greenspan’s talents together in a satisfying whole.” – AllMusic

“There’s no doubt that ‘Without Your Love’ is a difficult listen. You can be left feeling drained and exhausted after listening. What is clear, though, that if you give yourself over to it it is incredibly rewarding.” – This Is Fake DIY

“hook-filled pop songs that have had concrete blocks tied to their feet and and been thrown to swim with the fishes” – DUMMY

“At its core, a fascinating, contemplative and forward-thinking collection” – The Line of Best Fit