an interview with the xx from 2010
10 years on from the release of their eponymous debut album, we look back at this early interview from i-D's Lovers of Live Issue.
wayne mcgregor is contemporary dance’s most revered renegade
A ballet with a score by Jamie XX? That's choreographer Wayne Mcgregor for you.
the xx discuss mistakes, recovery, drifting apart and coming back together
Romy, Oliver and Jamie have spent the last four years living life, finding love and confronting their demons, and poured it all into their brand new album, I See You.
how the xx learned to write happy songs
On their new album, the band realised there was more to life than longing and heartbreak.
how 400 chinese schoolboys prepared for jamie xx's gosh video
Kim Chapiron illustrates the community behind the otherworldly music video in a new film that captures what went into its creation. Sneak a peek at what life is like in a faux-Parisian town, and what happens at a 400-person peroxide dye job.
listen to two hours of sweet disco bliss, mixed by jamie xx and floating points
For NTS Radio’s fifth birthday, a dream team came together.
jamie xx has dropped a video for gosh
Play under the director’s instructions: “please watch full screen with loud speakers or headphones.” Oh my gosh.
jamie xx and oliver sim collaborate on spring/summer 16 dior homme campaign film
The xx band members caught Kris van Assche’s eye (and ears) as he features both in Dior Homme’s latest campaign film.
slumber session: chris loco
Step inside this incredible musical voyage of a slumber session courtesy of the don Chris Loco.
check the new jamie xx video for good times
Featuring Young Thug, Popcaan, marijuana plants and a brilliant swimming pool.
listen to skepta’s dancehall remix of good times by jamie xx
Summertime grime, courtesy of Drake’s Beats 1 radio show.
how do you crack the mainstream without selling out?
While JME and Skepta are repping a statement of independence and holding two fingers up to the money-men, people are accusing Jamie XX of trading in credibility for corporate pounds. When exactly do you get the label “sell out”?