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Mount Kimbie

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YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
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The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

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Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT



Mount Kimbie

Mount Kimbie

YOLA FATOUSH
BRADLEY ZERO PHILLIP DJ
Bussey Building
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Sold Out

£12.50 ADVANCE
WWW.MOUNTKIMBIE.COM , WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=TSS7DRJQBNI

The long overdue return of Mount Kimbie, whose new album, ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’, is due for release on May 27th 2013 on Warp Records. The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Crooks and Lovers’ features two vocal appearances from teenage singer-songwriter King Krule. The new album sees the duo make the transition from a bedroom studio to a professional set-up, incorporating new instruments along the way. It ranges from their well known post dubstep sound to Tampe Impala psych pop to reverb drenched synth pop. It’s a bold step away from the dancefloor into the unknown.

Support from Yola Fatoush and Bradley Zero Phillip DJ

Simultaneously elusive and earnest, Yola Fatoush’s deconstructed electronic art-pop thrives off the duo’s infatuation with implementing opposing textures and dynamics: loud/quiet, tense/soothing, male/female, major/minor, austerity/chaos, positive/negative, conflicted/resolved – embracing the elements at odds.

Tickets SOLD OUT







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