Nina Kraviz, Marcel Dettmann, Ellen Allien and Gerd Janson have remixed tracks from UK duo Mount Kimbie‘s third album ‘Love What Survives’.
Real honour to have so many incredible producers interpreting our songs ? pic.twitter.com/BVOx0kHx4k
— Mount Kimbie (@mountkimbie) 22 marzo 2018
‘Love What Survives Remixes’ is split into two 12-inch, both of which are scheduled for May.
Due out on May 4th, the first EP features three Nina Kraviz’s reworks of “Blue Train Lines“, i.e., an eight-minute main mix along with two DJ tool versions.
The second 12” will land a week later, on May 11th, and sees both Gerd Janson and Marcel Dettmann sharing their own interpretations of “Four Years and One Day” while Ellen Allien takes over the track “T.A.M.E.D“.
Both ‘Love What Survives – Remixes Part 1‘ and ‘Love What Survives – Remixes Part 2‘ will come out on Warp Records.
Love What Survives – Remixes Part 1
A Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Main Mix)
B1 Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Tool 1)
B2 Blue Train Lines (Nina Kraviz Tool 2)
Love What Survives – Remixes Part 2
A1 Four Years And One Day (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
A2 Four Years And One Day (Gerd Janson Remix)
B T.A.M.E.D (Ellen Allien U.F.O RMX)