Designed to compliment the John Cage exhibition, Every Day is a Good Day in Gallery 1, a nod to Cage is a season of art and sound installations and live events featuring some of the best exponents of John Cage’s philosophy.
Machine-music duo Mount Kimbie has developed a truly unique sound. Their experimental rhythms and ambient soundscapes explore the fringes of dubstep, wonky and hip hop, yet ooze with emotion that takes the listener to an entirely different place.
Their debut album Crooks & Lovers was released on Hotflush Recordings in July 2010, and was met with wide critical acclaim and support from pioneering DJs including Mary Anne Hobbs, Scuba, Rob Booth and Ramadanman.
'One of post-dubstep's bright lights is Mount Kimbie, a London duo who delivered two promising EPs last year. Their debut album pushes the sound into lonely, fragmented places, but locates pockets of warmth.' The Guardian
They are supported by New York outfit Creep, who's track 'Days' featuring Romy from the XX was picked as Hottest Record in the World by Zane Lowe in December. Mount Kimbie will collaborate with a visual artist for this night. Details to follow shortly.
Standing only - please note, this performance will take place in Gallery 2, not the main auditorium.
Not suitable for persons under the age of 16 years.
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