|Genres||Jazz, post-rock, Greek music|
|Labels||Bella Union |
|Associated acts||Dirty Three|
Xylouris White is a musical collaboration established in 2013, involving Greek singer and laouto player George Xylouris and Australian drummer Jim White, best known for his work with Dirty Three. The duo's music has been described as combining "free-jazz, avant-rock and ages-old Greek folk traditions." To date they have released three albums, and undertaken a world tour.
The two musicians first met in Melbourne in 1990, when Xylouris was touring with his father, Antonis Xylouris, and became friends. White first played with Xylouris' family band in Australia in 2009. They began recording and performing regularly in public together in New York City in late 2013. They released their first album, Goats, in 2014; it topped the Billboard World Music chart.
Their third album, Mother, was released early in 2018.
- Goats (Other Music Recording Co., 2014)
- Black Peak (Bella Union, 2016)
- Mother (Bella Union / ABC Music, 2018)
- "'You could say our music has a goat-ish rhythm'", Herald Scotland, 25 November 2014. Retrieved 25 October 2016
- Sarah Larson, "Post-Punk Lute", The New Yorker, 4 September 2014. Retrieved 25 October 2016
- Xylouris White: Past shows. Retrieved 25 October 2016
- Monica Tan, "Xylouris White review – a heavenly union of Greek lute and Australian post-rock", The Guardian, 16 January 2015. Retrieved 25 October 2016
- Review of Black Peak, Uncut, November 2016
- Xylouris White at BellaUnion.com
- Ben Ratliff, "Both Born to the Form, a Couple of Continents and Major Traditions Apart", New York Times, October 3, 2014
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