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xx — A Teen Band With A Difference

Interview by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, August 2009

The minimalist four-piece band from a Notting Hill garage are equally awed by Pixies and Aaliyah ...

The xx: xx (Young Turks/XL Recordings)

Review by Roy Trakin, Rock's Backpages, March 2010

THIS LONDON-BASED QUARTET-turned-trio is fronted by a pair of precocious 20-year-olds in Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sims, who share vocals with an intimacy that’s ...

The xx: Doom On The Dancefloor

Interview by Ken Scrudato, Filter, March 2010

IF YOU’RE NOT completely averse to new age poppycock, it’s interesting to note that according to numerologists, the letter "x" indicates sensual, artistic, and temperamental–which ...

the xx: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, Times, The, December 2012

MODESTY, UNDERSTATEMENT and tasteful restraint have no place in pop music, an art form tailor-made for dysfunctional drama queens. Yet somehow the xx have backed ...

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