The xx performed for mere dozens at New York City’s massive Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory last month for a residency that lasted 11 days and featured two shows daily on some days. The production was designed to be an intimate performance art piece. The band played in a sunken area, encircled by 45 patrons a step up from them. Creative designer Tobias G. Rylander, who also designed the band’s 2012 Coexist tour, took on lighting, staging, and video ...
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