Nina Kraviz 12″ remix – Mount Kimbie ‘Blue Train Lines’

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“Mount Kimbie have just announced a 12” remix package of their critically acclaimed ‘Love What Survives’ LP. Split over two 12”s and to be released on consecutive weeks. First up: Mount Kimbie ‘Blue Train Lines’ Nina Kraviz remix. Followed by Marcel Dettmann – Four Years And One Day remix”…

Mount Kimbie ‘Blue Train Lines’ Nina Kraviz Remix

Nina Kraviz interpretation of ‘Blue Train Lines’ is a significant departure from the source material. With much of the indie/New Order foundations replaced with a stark Techno template. Meaning that if you were to hear this track in isolation, then it be unlikely you’d be able to identify its origins. That said, whilst it may not technically be particularly faithful to the original composition, it has retained some of ‘Blue Train Lines’ distinctive earnestness. With perhaps a little extra hope and urgency thrown in.

Mount Kimbie ‘Blue Train Lines’ Nina Kraviz remix is OUT NOW to stream and download. However if vinyl is what you want, then the dates to remember are May 4th & 11th 2018. You can also stream the lead track from the second EP below. The second 12″ also includes remixes from Gerd Janson and Ellen Allien.

Listen: Mount Kimbie ‘Four Years And One Day’ Marcel Dettmann Remix 

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