Kish Mauve are an electro-pop duo from London, England. They formed in 2005, and comprise Mima Stilwell (vocals) and Jim Eliot (synthesizer, vocals).
They are noted for their 'tongue in chic' pop music, and they deliver both sonically and visually. Their debut release was a self-titled EP in 2005 (Kish Mauve EP), and was followed by three singles: "Modern Love" (2006), "Lose Control" (2008), and the double A-side "Come On"/"Morphine" (2009).
Their debut alum, Black Heart, was released on 30 March 2009, and draws influences from Grace Jones, Eurythmics and Tom Tom Club.