The xx do a fantastic version of Aaliyah’s 1997 single ‘Hot Like Fire.’ It’s an aching slow jam about delayed sexual gratification, and backed by sparse, echoing guitar and bass that can truly be said to throb, Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sim sing with hushed anticipation about how great it’ll be to finally get each other’s skinny jeans off.
We always knew the Afghan Whigs were huge R&B fans. We even knew that frontman Greg Dulli can play the soul man role if his heart's in it. Last night at the South by Southwest music festival, the Whigs shared the stage with one of R&B's young princes: Usher.
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