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On New Years Eve, the great British producer SBTRKT played the giant Young Turks party in Mexico City, which also featured the xx, Grimes, and others. For the last track in his set, SBTRKT played "r…   Read Story »
Jessie Ware put out one of our favorite albums of 2012, and Pure Bathing Culture just put out one of our favorite albums of 2013, so we're pretty excited to see that the latter decided to take on a…   Read Story »
It can be a real treat to see an artist play a late-night show and do a version of her song that's radically different from the recorded one, especially if you weren't expecting any changes at all.…   Read Story »
Devotion, the 2012 debut album from the British soul singer Jessie Ware, was an announcement of a major new talent arriving, and we're just starting to hear rumblings about a follow-up. Last week,…   Read Story »
The British dance producer Julio Bashmore was one of the people behind the music of Jessie Ware's great 2012 debut album Devotion, and now Ware has returned the favor, playing dance diva on…   Read Story »
Jessie Ware's "Wildest Moments" has achieved something resembling ubiquity since its release last year (it's one of those songs I know by heart but I have no idea HOW I know it), and today, the…   Read Story »
San Francisco's Outside Lands went down over the weekend with performances from Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails, Vampire Weekend, and more. (Check out our list of the 10 best things at the festival…   Read Story »
Yesterday Outside Lands '13 kicked off in San Francisco, and there's already been a ton of memorable moments, from food to comedy to many great sets. The first real highlight of the day was the Men.…   Read Story »
It's hard to remember a time when Lollapalooza, the festival, was not part of American pop culture, and since the last time it landed stateside, it's expanded to include stops in Santiago, Chile and…   Read Story »
Miguel's "Adorn" is maybe the greatest popular triumph of restrained, zoned-out soul music in recent memory, and London relative newcomer Jessie Ware has already exhibited a total mastery of…   Read Story »