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    Nina Kraviz gives Mount Kimbie a Techno twist on new remix

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    Mount Kimbie have today announced that they will be releasing four huge remixes from their most recent album ‘Love What Survives’. Spread across two separate releases, the duo have enlisted Nina Kravis, Marcel Dettmann, Gerd Janson and Ellen Allien U.F.O to rework a handful of their tracks.

    First cab off the rank is Siberian techno queen Nina Kraviz’ take on album standout ‘Blue Track Lines’. The remix sees Kraviz chop up the vocals of King Krule to morph the original into an 8-minute techno throbber that will leave you looking at one-way tickets to Berlin. 

    Check out the remix below and keep your eyes peeled for the second round of remixes coming Friday, May 11.

    Source: Stoney Roads

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