Posted in music | tour dates on September 29, 2009

DOWNLOAD: The xx - Basic Space (Micachu Remix) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Florence and the Machine - You've Got the Love (The xx Remix) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: School of Seven Bells - Iamundernodisguse (Alt Mix) (MP3)

The xx @ South Street Seaport in August (more by Chris La Putt)
The xx

UK's the xx will have already played a large amount of shows in New York City by the end of 2009, and there are more to announce. The xx have augmented their CMJ schedule with a performance at the Apple store in Soho on Thursday, October 22nd. Before that, they play at Mercury Lounge on Oct. 21st with Javelin and Lia Ices (tickets and CMJ badges at the door). Then the xx play an Oct. 23rd show with School of Seven Bells and First Aid Kit. That gig was supposed to be at Webster Hall, but it has now been moved to Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets are still on sale.

School of Seven Bells has a deluxe release of 2008's Alpinisms that's coming out digitally on October 13th. The first song on that, an alternate version of "Iamundernodisguise," is posted above.

The xx's November 11th show at Bowery Ballroom also changed venues - it was originally scheduled for at Mercury Lounge. It's now sold out. Finally, they play December 5th at Webster Hall with Friendly Fires. To recap:

The xx back in NYC
Oct 21 @ Mercury Lounge New York (CMJ)
Oct 22 @ iTunes Instore (Apple Store, SoHo)
Oct 23 @ MHOW w/ School of Seven Bells (CMJ)
Nov 11 @ Bowery Ballroom
Dec 05 @ Webster Hall New York w/ Friendly Fires
More TBA? I think so.

Speaking of the Apple Soho store, Phoenix was just there last week (9/24) and Ladyhawke played the store the week before that (9/15). That same day (September 15th), Sonic Youth was to release an iTunes-only four-song EP of their June performance at the store. The record never came out, and seems to be delayed for an unknown period of time. Sonic Youth play NYC's Terminal 5 on November 21st with Cold Cave and Dinosaur Jr. It's sold out, but the Feelies show happening the same night at Maxwell's isn't yet.

The xx recently remixed Florence and the Machine's "You've Got the Love." That is posted above. Florence will come from the UK to play an October 27th show at the Bowery Ballroom. It's sold out, but I wouldn't be surprised if they add another show too.

The xx's debut self-titled record comes out October 6th on Young Turks/XL Recordings. All tour dates for the xx (and Florence) and videos for the xx's two singles are posted below...

The xx - Basic Space

The xx - Crystalised

The xx - 2009 Tour Dates
Oct 01 Cooler Bristol
Oct 02 Jericho Tavern - SOLD OUT Oxford
Oct 03 Cluny Newcastle
Oct 04 Deaf Institute - SOLD OUT Manchester
Oct 05 Captain's Rest - SOLD OUT Glasgow
Oct 06 Korova Liverpool
Oct 07 Bodega Nottingham
Oct 09 Point Ephemere - SOLD OUT Paris
Oct 10 Paradiso - SOLD OUT Amsterdam
Oct 11 Botanique - SOLD OUT Brussels
Oct 13 Lido - SOLD OUT Berlin
Oct 14 Gruner Jager Hamburg
Oct 15 Luxor Cologne
Oct 16 59-1 Munich
Oct 17 Covo Club Bologna
Oct 18 La Casa Milan
Oct 21 Mercury Lounge New York
Oct 22 iTunes Instore (Apple Store, SoHo) New York
Oct 23 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York
Oct 27 Audio - SOLD OUT Brighton
Oct 28 2Village Underground - SOLD OUT London, London and South East
Oct 29 EKKO - SOLD OUT Utrecht
Oct 30 Luxembourg City Exit 07 Luxembourg
Oct 31 Music in Mind Festival Brugge
Nov 02 Universum Club Stuttgart
Nov 03 Nachtleben Frankfurt
Nov 04 Klub 007 Prague
Nov 05 Theater Palace St. Gallen
Nov 06 Le Transformateur Fribourg
Nov 07 Mascotte Zurich
Nov 09 Razzmatazz Barcelona
Nov 11 Bowery Ballroom New York
Nov 13 Making Time at Pure Philadelphia
Nov 15 DC 9 Washington DC
Nov 16 Local 506 Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Nov 17 529 Atlanta, Georgia
Nov 19 The Mohawk Austin, Texas
Nov 20 Casbah San Diego, California
Nov 21 Henry Fonda Theater Hollywood, California
Nov 23 Independent San Francisco, California
Nov 24 State University Sacramento, California
Nov 25 Doug Fir Lounge Portland, Oregon
Nov 26 Richard's Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov 27 Neumos Seattle, Washington
Nov 30 Triple Rock Minneapolis, Minnesota
Dec 01 Bottom Lounge Chicago, Illinois
Dec 02 Mod Club Toronto, Ontario
Dec 03 Le National Montreal, Quebec
Dec 04 Paradise Boston, Massachusetts
Dec 05 Webster Hall New York
Dec 15 The Speakeasy Belfast
Dec 16 Roisin Dubh Galway
Dec 17 The Pavilion Cork
Dec 19 The Button Factory Dublin
Jan 15 Vega Copenhagen
Jan 16 Vox Hall Aarhus
Jan 18 Garage Oslo
Jan 19 Debaser Slussen Stockholm
Jan 20 Pusterviksbaren Gothenburg
Jan 21 Debaser Malmo

Florence & The Machine - 2009 Tour Dates
Sep 29 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire London
Oct 05 Logo Hamburg
Oct 06 Luxor Cologne
Oct 07 Botanique Orangerie Brussels
Oct 08 Melkweg Amsterdam
Oct 10 Parkteatret Oslo
Oct 11 Vega Copenhagen
Oct 12 Frannz Club Berlin
Oct 14 Flex Vienna
Oct 15 59 To 1 Munich
Oct 16 Magazzini Generale Milan
Oct 17 Mascotte Zurich
Oct 27 Bowery Ballroom New York
Oct 30 Troubadour Los Angeles
Nov 02 Mod Club Toronto
Nov 06 Inrockuptibles Festival, Aeronef Lille
Nov 07 Inrockuptibles Festival, La Cigale Paris
Nov 08 Inrockuptibles Festival, Olympic Nantes
Nov 10 Inrockuptibles Festival, Le Bikini Toulouse
Dec 06 Ulster Hall Belfast
Dec 07 Olympia Theatre Dublin
Dec 09 O2 Academy Glasgow
Dec 10 Apollo Manchester
Dec 11 Engine Shed Lincoln
Dec 13 O2 Brixton Academy - SOLD OUT London
Dec 14 O2 Brixton Academy - SOLD OUT London
Feb 17 Liquid Rooms Tokyo

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Comments (7)

is it me, or has there been some fairly weak new music these days? im not nearly thrilled with CMJ this year. perhaps ive been sleeping, or my mind has been focused on other things...

Posted by Anonymous | September 29, 2009 3:52 PM

so is it

the ex ex
the double x
the 20

??

Posted by Anonymous | September 29, 2009 4:01 PM

actually its the MEHx MEHx

Posted by VP of Sales | September 29, 2009 4:05 PM

they are singing on that remix. are they featured on the original or did they just re-do the whole song? its quite good (like everything they do). and i think its "the ex-ex"

Posted by Anonymous | September 29, 2009 6:22 PM

I always said "the ex-ex" but now I'm not 100% sure.

Posted by Anonymous | September 29, 2009 6:32 PM

i could never figure out why they thought school of seven bells could even come close to filling webster hall.

Posted by Anonymous | September 30, 2009 9:19 AM

I like School of Seven Bells but whoever is booking their shows is really overestimating the size of their fanbase. They played The Trocadero in Philly a few months back and between them and Fujiya and Miyagi didn't pull more then 200 people in a 900 capacity venue.

Posted by VP of Sales | September 30, 2009 9:40 AM

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