“It’s a question of being respectful to each other,” Dom Maker says of the art of collaboration. It’s a simple ethic, but one that has yielded rich rewards. Since 2009, Maker and his partner in Mount Kimbie, Kai Campos, have played a central role in forging a new form for electronic music. Their influence stretches far beyond the tiny corner of the dance music underground that birthed them and, with the duo now signed to the legendary Warp label, it looks set to stretch further still in the coming years.
Hailed as dubstep pioneers when they burst onto the scene, their sound goes way beyond this tag, taking in hip-hop, jazz, techno and ambient, post-rock, UK garage and film scores to startling effect.
Bringing their skills as DJs to Victoria Park, we’re looking forward to seeing which of these elements they bring. One thing’s for sure, you’re not going to want to miss them.Listen