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Jamie Smith – better known in the world of music as Jamie xx – is a mysterious figure. Even in the environment of an interview – something which, by definition, should give further insight into its subjects – he never gives too much away; never elaborating too far into his methods or his own life. Fundamentally,
Jamie xx has been drip feeding Australian tour dates like he’s some kind of 2016 Australian heavy music festival, but up until now there’s been one glaring omission. All of that changes today however, with the producer and DJ finally adding a Sydney headline show to the upcoming visit. Jamie xx will headline the Enmore
Another Australian city will have the pleasure of hosting the one and only Jamie xx on his upcoming visit to Australia, with the producer and DJ extraordinaire today announcing he will be bringing his live show to Perth for one night only at the Belvoir Amphitheatre. Jamie xx will be joined by fellow UK club
Florence + The Machine, Jamie xx, Wolf Alice and Aphex Twin are among this year’s list of nominees for the prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize, an annual award given to the best album to come out of the United Kingdom and Ireland in the past year. Chosen by a panel of British music critics and industry
After selling out his biggest ever Australian headline show in under five minutes last week, Jamie xx has today has extended his upcoming Australian tour, adding a second Melbourne show for next January. Seeing as his first scheduled Melbourne show on Sunday, 10th January sold out in no time, the producer and DJ extraordinaire has
Producer and DJ extraordinaire Jamie xx has extended his upcoming Australian jaunt by announcing his first ever (yes, ever) headline show in Adelaide, which is set to go down at Thebarton Theatre in January. Jamie xx’s new Adelaide date is the second headline show announced for when he’s next in the country for Beyond The
Jamie xx is kicking off the New Year with a trip to Australia, with plans to hit the festival circuit harder than the Play button. Armed with his new album In Colour, the English producer will grace the stages of the Lost Paradise (NSW), Beyond The Valley (Victoria) and inaugural FOMO (Queensland) music festivals. But
In most normal circumstances, you’d be pretty wary of a shop called the “Good Times Store” but in this case it’s Jamie xx‘s store and it looks wonderful. Opened in The Bowery in New York City’s Lower Manhattan, the store is bursting with colour, designed around the cover for Jamie’s debut solo album In Colour.
Victoria’s New Year’s Eve music festival Beyond The Valley has unveiled its blockbuster 2015/2016 lineup led by Jamie xx as well as Flight Facilities and Tkay Maidza, who will all help punters ring in a brand new year. This year’s Beyond The Valley lineup also includes the likes of The Jungle Giants, Last Dinosaurs, Miami
What’s better than good times? More good times, and that’s exactly what Jamie xx has given us dropping an extended version of In Colour highlight I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times). The xx producer spun the track, remixed by Brooklyn producer Dre Skull, live in Los Angeles and some spectacular human being captured it
A new study has found that festival headliners are getting older and older. Take, for example, AC/DC headlining Coachella 2015, or The Who closing out the final night of this year’s Glastonbury Festival. So, in the name of all things up-and-coming, we’re gazing into the music festival crystal ball, and pondering 12 rising acts who
With Jamie xx‘s debut solo album In Colour released only last month, Melbourne RnB/pop maestro Oscar Key Sung has wasted no time in covering stand-out album cut Loud Places for triple j‘s weekly covers segment, Like A Version. Oscar Key Sung’s rendition of Loud Places (below) saw the muso team a drum machine with some