Friday December 13, 2019

Albums of the Week

8th January, 2017

The xx : I See You (Young Turks)

Minimalist alt-pop band The xx swept to acclaim on the back of their eponymous Mercury Prize-winning debut in 2009. Graduating from the same south London school that gave the world the talents of Hot Chip, Burial and Four Tet, they seldom gave interviews, but it didn’t matter: their music was superb; joining the dots between electronica, club culture and the bittersweet pop of the Cure and...

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