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Mount Kimbie released a series of EPs that made them among the most name-checked outfits in the Warp Records' roster, and they earned critical praise for their 2010 full-length, Crooks & Lovers. The return of the British production duo is filled with intricate, cerebral grooves, hazy digital textures, and cut-and-spliced samples that constantly muddle the boundaries between IDM, dubstep, garage, and hip-hop. It’s exciting stuff on its own, but the guest vocal of up-and-coming singer/songwriter/rapper Archy Marshall—a.k.a King Krule—makes riviting highlights out of “You Took Your Time” and “Meter, Pale, Tone." By the time the looping sample of "Fall Out” fades, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth offers a head-spinning tour of genre-defying musical frontiers.

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"Now did you see me? I killed a man."

In that moment when the first beat hits on "You Took Your Time," you can tell that Mount Kimbie are on a totally different level than everyone else in the music game right now. "Cold Spring Fault Less Youth" is assuredly more easy to listen to than "Crooks and Lovers" but that doesn't lessen the listening experience. Not many bands can do that. I recommend listening to this album. A lot.

Not impressed

I bought this album without even previewing any of the tracks based on how great their last album "Crooks and Lovers" was. At my first attempt of listening to this album I found myself skipping though tracks. This is not the Mount Kimbie I once knew. This album is confused, the tracks are boring, and it doesn't mesh together at all. This sounds like a b-sides album at best. Big disappointment.

wowie wow wow

This is one to get lost in. Thickly layered, atmospheric tunes. Not a bad one on the album. As the itunes review notes, the collabs with King Krule are fantastic.


Formed: London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With familiar beats underneath otherworldly productions, Mount Kimbie are arguably responsible for the birth of the term "post-dubstep." Dominic Maker and Kai Campos formed Mount Kimbie while both were attending Southbank University in London. In early 2009 they released their debut EP, Maybes, via the Hotflush Recordings label. Later in the year a second EP, Sketch on Glass, appeared and was followed by remixes for the likes of the Big Pink, Foals, and the xx. Hotflush released their full-length...
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