Nicolas Jaar and Darkside to reveal new music on latest Other People compilation

'Work' will be released on September 29

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Nicolas Jaar's subscription-based Other People label has announced details of a new compilation, 'Work'.

The album will be released on September 29 and features new music by both Jaar and his side-project Darkside.

Other artists on the label to have contributed include Soul Keita, Visuals and Jaar's Darkside bandmate Dave Harrington. In addition to music from artists on Other People's roster, the Work compilation will host covers and remixes from special guests.

Darkside's next UK appearance comes as part of the first ever Jabberwocky Festival in London next weekend (August 15-16).

They join headliners Neutral Milk Hotel and James Blake at the event, which will take place at London's Excel Centre. The event is a joint venture from ATP, Pitchfork and Primavera Sound. They appear alongside previously announced acts Thee Oh Sees, Perfect Pussy, Amen Dunes, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Patten, Paus, The Bug, Sun Kil Moon, Forest Swords, Caribou, Iceage, Earth, Joanna Gruesome, Chelsea Wolfe, The Growlers, I Break Horses, Speedy Ortiz, Hookworms, Connan Mockasin and Metz.

'Work' tracklist:

Nicolas Jaar – 'The President's Answering Machine'
Soul Keita – 'Freedom'
Dave Harrington ft. Tamara – 'Things Behind The Sun'
Visuals – 'A Pixel'
Darkside – 'What They Say'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Powell – 'SSCS (Powell's 'Lift Off' Mix)'
Darkside – 'Gone Too Soon'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Jelinek – 'B2 (Jelinek Remix)'
Dave Harrington – 'Form And Affect'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Francis Harris & Gabriel Hedrick – 'B2 (Dub)'
Nicolas Jaar – 'The Boy Who Asked Too Much'
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