Mount Kimbie feat. King Krule: Turtle Neck Man

Recorded during the sessions for Mount Kimbie’s Love What Survives last year, “Turtle Neck Man” is a previously unreleased tune featuring frequent collaborator King Krule. Set on a loping synth soundscape, King Krule (aka Archy Marshall) offers a stream-of-consciousness-style spoken word that’s almost stony in delivery. The result is an intoxicating fever dream.

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New music from a jazz supergroup, 19-year-old Mahalia, Mount Kimbie, Mr Jukes and more

Mahalia: Sober Produced by Maths Time Joy, “Sober” is Leicester-born, Birmingham-based singer/songwriter Mahalia’s most recent release and it’s beautifully sleek and fluid. A little more R&B and boom-bap than her previous releases, it’s a smooth and sultry track—despite it being about a relationship gone wrong. Just 19 years old, Mahalia has already released an impressive body of work, and will be embarking on a UK/Euro …

Mount Kimbie feat. King Krule: Blue Train Lines

From their third studio album Love What Survives (set for release 8 September via Warp Records), Mount Kimbie’s “Blue Train Lines” is a minimal, Kraurock-tinged tune with support from King Krule. Spacious but distorted, the dynamic musical layering underlines King Krule’s vibrant vocals. Mount Kimbie is embarking on a UK and European tour this month, through November.