Archive for Night Air

Download:Jamie xx – In The Mix for BBC Radio 1

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 6, 2011 by dk

Download:Jamie xx – In The Mix for Benji B

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

Via pinglewood


Jamie Woon – Night Air Remixes (Deadboy & Becoming Real Remixes)(preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 8, 2010 by dk

artist: jamie woon

label: good years

cat no: NIGHT01

 Jamie Woon again with Night Air.Extremely limited vinyl release of Deadboy & Becoming Real remixes of Jamie Woon’s Night Air. 100% official.

Preorder at Rub a Dub Now

Jamie Woon – Night Air (Official Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 7, 2010 by dk

Our Favorite Jamie Woon already listed at BBC Sound of 2011 longlist
More on Night Air(preview remixes)Here


Directed by Lorenzo Fonda
Best watched in 1080p HD

Out now in the UK and worldwide soon.
and 12″ at

Jamie Woon (co-produced by Burial)-Night Air (inc. Ramadanman Refix)Candent Songs 12″ Vinyl(CNDNT001) Preview

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 9, 2010 by dk

Jamie Woon is a special talent who will carve his blues n’ bass infused pop songs into your brain and leave them there forever. You might not have heard of him yet, unless you’ve been tapped into the eerie, soulful end of dubstep, but it’s a name you will be hearing a lot of in the coming 12 months. Written and produced by Woon, Night Air is as dark, sweet and seductive as molasses, an irresistibly understated combination of Jamie’s uniquely supple voice, his subtly compulsive beats and a sky full of atmosphere. A melancholic ode to the urgency of the night, it’s a future soul vision taken further into orbit with a dancefloor-winning refix by up and coming techno/dubstep crossover don Ramadanman. But you have to go back a few years to find the seeds of his new sound. In 2007 he released his version of traditional standard ‘Wayfaring Stranger’ with a remix from secretive and ultra selective producer Burial on the flip. It turned people like Gilles Peterson and Mary-Anne Hobbs into full-blown Woon fans. The release also recalibrated his musical mind and inspired him to re-think his approach on music. Woon is now primed to be one of the most exciting artists you’re likely to hear all year, a man who is populist but always inventive, a modest and understated 27 year old who’s making hugely ambitious music that you’ll be filing somewhere, between your favourite Four Tet, Richard Hawley and D’Angelo records. Singer, songwriter and self-taught producer Woon made his name by playing live. He’s got hundreds of gigs under his belt, from endless spots in front of the microphone with just his guitar, an effects box and that unmistakable voice, to supporting Amy Winehouse. He’s played in a full band with dubstep DJ and producer Reso on drums and he’s taken stage at Sonar. He has now made the music that will let him switch between intimate gigs to stages with a bigger reach. The new sound fuses his future pop songs with ’80s reverb, ultra-tight beats and acres of bass and they cleverly carry the intimate emotions of his early sound into a whole different room; bigger, badder… heavier. Watch out for his debut album in spring 2011…

Listen Clips

a Jamie Woon – Night Air
b Jamie Woon – Night Air Ramadanman refix

You can preorder at Bleep

Wayfaring Stranger by Jamie Woon (Burial Remix)