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Jamie Smith (known by the stage name Jamie xx) is an English music producer and remix artist. He is a member of the London-based band The xx.

In 2007, Smith joined The xx accompanying old school friends Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim, Baria Qureshi from the Elliott School, notable for alumni including Hot Chip, Burial and Four Tet. The band’s first album ‘xx’ was released in August 2009 and went on to become platinum in the UK.

Jamie went on to produce a series of remixes of songs by Gil Scott-Heron from his 2010 album I’m New Here. The first remix single ‘NY Is Killing Me’, credited to Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx, aired on radio stations across the UK and Europe in late 2010, followed by ‘I’ll Take Care of U’ in January 2011. Both singles drew a lot of attention by the public and critics and set the way for a 13-track remix album entitled ‘We’re New Here’, out February 21, 2011 on the XL Recordings label and produced entirely by Jamie xx. ‘We’re New Here’ received very positive critical acclaim and was named “a masterpiece in its own right” by BBC’s Ele Beattie.

On June 6th, he released the single ‘Far Nearer / Beat For’, which was met with strong critical acclaim.


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  • Jonestown_Tea91


    yesterday afternoon Reply
  • u2theedge


    25 Jul 7:42pm Reply
  • rejakest

    i can't stop listening. brilliant music.

    19 Jul 6:21pm Reply
  • Chadion

    @electrobaboon Well yeah #tbh

    18 Jul 10:32am Reply
  • mechamugen

    says a lot that it's the best song on the album

    18 Jul 9:11am Reply
  • electrobaboon

    I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) is such fucking trash

    17 Jul 9:21pm Reply
  • Chadion

    Gosh, Seesaw, Girl >>

    15 Jul 11:11am Reply
  • ohsolucky

    why didn't the last xx album sound like seesaw/loud places/strangers in a room?

    14 Jul 11:59pm Reply
  • waradise

    ah who cares about reviews, it's all subjective and personal

    13 Jul 10:34pm Reply
  • tanysik777

    Рецензии и музыкальные обзоры. Обсуждаем хорошую музыку)

    13 Jul 5:19am Reply
  • h_r_f_d

    but it is, at least on anyway (for some reason).

    11 Jul 11:15am Reply
  • weareafever


    10 Jul 11:46am Reply
  • Confessions87

    The Quietus and Resident Advisor trashed it upon release. There was an article on The Guardian referring to this very instance. Pitchfork isn't the be all and end all.

    7 Jul 7:15pm Reply
  • aroddw

    haven't stopped listening to it ever since the first play! My fav release of 2015 so far no doubt about it

    6 Jul 4:13am Reply
  • umbigocometa


    6 Jul 3:22am Reply
  • EricMazariegos

    'It's funny how this album got a bit of a bad rap when it came out a month ago but having listened to it thoroughly now you realise just how tight the music is. I guess I'm a converted sceptic.' the fuck. 9.3 bnm... this is a critically acclaimed album. it's being treated as the best thing since sliced bread

    5 Jul 8:02am Reply
  • d-imensions

    thank god for in colour. obvs and sleep sound are terrific <3

    3 Jul 3:23am Reply
  • BrunoFruhling

    fuck this pussy boi fuck it

    29 Jun 5:17pm Reply
  • Jay_Monster

    I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) [feat. Young Thug and Popcaan] <3

    29 Jun 6:22am Reply
  • renancama

    Meu boy ♥

    29 Jun 1:52am Reply
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