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The young British dance duo Disclosure pretty much exploded our collective mind with their debut album Settle this year; it's one of our top five of 2013. And next week, they'll follow it up with a…   Read Story »
Two of the bigger, more divisive names from Stereogum's 40 Best New Bands Of 2011 list come together on this remix, in which London dance&B transmorpher Jamie Woon reworks "Video Games," the luminous…   Read Story »
Last year, right around the time summer turned to fall, we at Stereogum published our list of the 40 best new bands of the year. The idea of a "new" band is a pretty nebulous one, since many of the…   Read Story »
Someone might have introduced Jamie Woon to you as “the next James Blake.” They have different strengths -- Woon the superior falsetto, Blake the better songs. Early into mirrorwriting you’d…   Read Story »
The concluding post on this year's SXSW comes with this, a break from the norm for us and likely for you as well. In addition to identifying the bands we were most excited about at this year's SXSW,…   Read Story »
Click on for some thoughts and sights from a very busy Friday in Austin. Tonight's the last night here, so if you need some guidance please refer to our list of must-see bands, or our favorite…   Read Story »
Come March every year, the same questions are asked, retreaded thought pieces get pitched: What does it mean to have a music industry festival in the decrepit climate of 2011? Does anyone actually…   Read Story »
"Lady Luck" shows up on soulful BBC-approved London singer/songwriter Jamie Woon's debut album mirrorwriting. Since the release of the Burial-adorned "Night Air," folks have been comparing him to…   Read Story »
Following up on this week's "Night Air" Deadboy remix, here is another shadowy lick of dubstep wooze from from 27-year-old Brit dude Jamie Woon. The melodies go modal, the bridge's chords discordant,…   Read Story »
In its original instance, post-dubstep Brit it-kid Jamie Woon's "Night Air" received its midnight shading via production from the inimitable Burial. That backdrop's swapped for one by the similarly…   Read Story »