A collaboration with Mount Kimbie's Dominic Maker, it's an absolute beauty of a ballad.
He joined the duo's Trianon show for two tracks, "Blue Train Lines," and "You Took Your Time."
A propulsive instrumental and inventive visuals meet for a touching meditation on the passage of time.
The electronic duo have come a long way since being labelled ‘post-dubstep’ in 2009—and they’re sounding more confident than ever.
New albums from The National, Mount Kimbie, and Zola Jesus top this week's list after a busy week of releases.
With no special guests this time, the production duo create chaos alone.
"I mean, fuck me, this Mount Kimbie one is dark."
"Blue Train Lines" is the latest track to be released from the UK duo's forthcoming third LP, 'Love What Survives.'
Their new album 'Love What Survives' is out September 8.
"We Go Home Together" is out now on Warp, marking the London group's first new material since 2013.
The experimental electronic duo return with holy, soulful fire.
"Juke Jam" appears on Chance's new mixtape 'Coloring Book'.