July 1, 2013 18:52

The xx and Grimes to play New Year's Eve party in Mexico

Chairlift, John Talabot and Four Tet also on the bill for Young Turks' bash

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The xx and Grimes are amongst those on the bill for independent record label Young Turks' New Year's Eve party, Pitchfork have announced.

The London label have revealed they are to host a beach concert in Tulum, Mexico on December 31, 2013, which will run from 8pm-10am. Also on the bill are Chairlift, Four Tet and John Talabot. The line-up is completed by Jessie Ware-collaborator Sampha and producers Koreless, Pional and Tasker.

The xx recently played a series of shows in unique locations in Lisbon, Berlin and London. Curating the line-ups for each event themselves, the three Night + Day gigs featured the likes of Kindness, Solange and former LCD Soundsystem man James Murphy.

Grimes, meanwhile, has been victorious at a host of awards ceremonies recently, including the Webby Awards and the JUNO Awards. The singer, whose real name is Claire Boucher, was given gongs for Artist Of The Year and Electronic Album Of The Year respectively.

Tickets for Young Turks' New Year's Eve party are available now and priced at $150 each. For more information on the night click here.

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