Geoff Nelson looks back at just how culturally radical The xx’s sound and politics of androgyny and inclusion were back in 2009.
Plus, exclusive portraits of Shannon and the Clams, Sigrid, and Cloves.
FYF Fest reveals 2018 lineup: My Bloody Valentine, Florence & The Machine, and Janet Jackson to headline
The xx, St. Vincent, Glassjaw, The Breeders, Charlotte Gainsburg, and Destroyer (solo) are some of the other notable acts playing the Los Angeles festival.
NYC festival also boasts Migos, Cardi B, SZA, David Byrne, St. Vincent, The xx, Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gucci Mane, and more.
Here are the tracks that by and large reacted to the year with beauty and positivity.
Highlighted by performance footage from Lollapalooza Berlin and documentary-style portraits of their fans.
Björk, Nick Cave, Lorde, The National, The xx, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem, Beck, St. Vincent, Phoenix, The War on Drugs, and many more confirmed for 10-day event.
A collection of songs that prove first impressions really can last forever.
Supporting the London trio’s latest effort, I See You.
A chance to see Foo Fighters, Green Day, The xx, Phoenix, PJ Harvey, alt-J, and more.
Glass Animals, Stormzy, Blossoms, Kate Tempest, and J Hus were also nominated for the UK’s top music award.
Jamie xx’s first remix in over four years comes from his band’s first LP in five.