Having met at Southbank University in London, Kai Campos and Dom Maker came together at their home studio in Peckham where Mount Kimbie began to take shape.
Releasing their experimental, ambient "post-dubstep" electronic music through a series of EPs, it wasn't long before the pair released debut album Crooks And Lovers to critical acclaim.
Their second album Cold Spring Fault Less Youth explored a bigger side of their sound, and while still recorded entirely on a computer, the pair noted how the drums and percussion, in particular, had more of a live feeling. It also featured two collaborations with King Krule.
Last month the duo released brand new single We Go Home Together, featuring long-time collaborator and friend James Blake. Another triumph and another great addition to what already promises to be an impressive live set.
Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult, under 14s to be accompanied and in seated areas only.
Presented by Eat Your Own Ears.
This is a 14+ area at this event (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).