Kind of taking a punt on this one, but there’s this guy called Jamie from a band called the xx and we thought you might like him.

Last night, Jamie was on Benji B’s Radio 1 show, and delivered a succinct mix that features chopped and screwed edits [update: well, they’re just slowed down really] of Crazy Cousinz and Rui da Silva’s ‘Touch Me’ (the latter is memorably sampled in Jamie’s forthcoming Gil Scott-Heron remix album for XL) alongside Zomby, Becoming Real, Jacques Greene, James Blake and more. Oh, and his remix of Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ and a track from said Gil Scott-Heron remix album. And, even better, Lumidee’s ‘Never Leave You’.

You can download it here [via Pinglewood].

Timmy Thomas — Why Can’t We Live Together
Zomby — Tarantula
Jamie Woon — Night Air – Becoming Real Remix
Koreless — M.T.I.
James Blake — I Mind
Cassie — Must Be Love – Jacques Greene’s Marriage Proposal Mix
Mount Kimbie — Before I Move Off
Rui Da Silva — Touch Me – Chopped and Screwed
DJ Choko — Stealth Drums
Jamie xx — Far Nearer – The Knife Bootleg
Beach House — 10 Mile Stereo
Crazy Cousinz — Inflation – Chopped and Screwed
Tanya Stephens — Can’t Touch Me No More
Dj A B — Darbuka
Harmonic 313 — Problem 7
Lumidee — Never Leave You
Adele — Rolling In The Deep – Jamie XX Shuffle
Gil Scott Heron and Jamie XX — One Take

P.S. XL uploaded audio of that ‘Rolling in the Deep’ remix to Youtube last night, so you can now enjoy it without the Boiler Room’s MC.



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