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The XX Band Concert Poster

The XX Band Concert Poster



Promo Flyer to advertise a concert by The XX in Portland at the Crystal Ballroom


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



LOW INVENTORY ITEM, (One Left), It may be pulled for auction if it does not sell by midnight >>> 9 hours 34 minutes 7 seconds << Act now to OWN this


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The XX Poster Ybor Concert



Promo Flyer to advertise a concert by The XX in Fl


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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What up XX? Grand geometrical what ?

I was one of them, caught in the fleeting grip of the uncapturable, savouring the momentary luminescence. To me their debut burned with ephemerality. Each breath of each note coated with electricity, the twin voices of Oli and Romy spiralling in double-helixed coalescence. The album didn’t seem to arrive as a result of a 190-night tour of England’s cockroach venues, but neither did it seem to spring from time spent burrowed away in an expensive studio. Instead, it seemed to be the product of some grand geometrical aligment, some unrepeatable frisson that left a shimmering chiaroscuro X in its wake. More



Lean, Intimate and Slepy ? Oh No, Nocturnal?

Their lean, intimate, and nocturnal sound was built on cleanly arpeggiated guitar riffs, a slow burn tension between vocalists Oliver Sim and Romy Madley-Croft and the wiry R&B backdrops crafted by ace London DJ/producer Jamie Smith. Similar to their starkly recognizable namesake and artwork, the xx’s songs create a delicate yet powerful sense of negative space —- they’re just as memorable for what they leave out as to what they include. More Here



Inspired Poonce, no Trance you silly bugger!

With Coexist it is incredibly satisfying to hear the same mellow vocals and enchanting bass undertones which make ‘The XX’ so unique as a band. It is admittedly difficult to find a stand-out track out of the eleven; whilst Angels, Chained and Fiction all manage to create that typically ‘XX’ inspired trance, it is Sunset that flies high above the rest. It carries an arguably faster and more upbeat bass line than the others, with a catchy melody reminiscent of the band’s previous, dance-infused gem – Islands. Particularly gripping perhaps is the extended sunset metaphor which envelops the entire song; ‘It’s like the sun set in your eyes and never wanted to rise’ More





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