Dominic Maker and Kai Campos, better known as the electronic duo Mount Kimbie, have announced a new album, Love What Survives. The LP is out September 8, and it’s their first album since 2013’s Cold Spring Fault Less Youth. The new album features James Blake, King Krule, and Micachu. They’ve shared new single “Blue Train Lines”, which features King Krule on vocals. A couple months ago they shared “We Go Home Together” with James Blake and “Marilyn” with Micachu. Scroll down for streams of the three tracks.
Tricky returns with a new album called Ununiform on September 22. Listen to the first track from the album, “When We Die”, featuring Martina Topley-Bird. The two last collaborated 15 years ago.
Torres has announced Three Futures, her new album and follow-up to 2015’s wonderful Sprinter album. According to singer-songwriter Mackenzie Scott, the album “is entirely about using the body that each of us has been given as a mechanism of joy.” It arrives September 29 on 4AD. Watch a new video for the album’s title track below. Previously, Scott shared a song called “Skim”.
Finally, Hundred Waters have announced their new “breakup” album, Communicating. It’s out September 14. Below, listen to their newest single, “Blanket Me”.