Tag Archives: James Blake

Listen: James Blakes Remixes D’Angelo

6 Feb

During a guest DJ spot on BBC Radio 1 this past weekend, James Blake celebrated the return of neo-soul artist D’Angelo by remixing his Voodoo single “Left & Right.” The remix was made under Blake’s Harmonimix moniker, under which he has remixed the likes of Snoop Dogg and Destiny’s Child. The remix is a fantastic reworking of the original, adding hazy effects and vocal manipulation akin to much of Blake’s work, so give it a listen below. During the DJ set, Blake also mentioned that he is currently working on his sophomore LP, with a possibility of its release by the end of 2012.

D’Angelo – “Left & Right” (James Blake Remix)

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James Blake Details New EP

3 Nov

A few weeks ago, it was revealed that James Blake was working on another EP, his third release of the year. Today, we have confirmation that the three-track EP will indeed be released on December 11th and is titled Love What Happened Here. The release will feature the title track as the a-side, and “At Birth” and “Curbside” as the b-sides.

Below, courtesy of Pitchfork, you can listen to the radio rip of “Love What Happened Here.”

“Love What Happened Here”

James Blake Announces Yet Another EP

22 Oct

After releasing his Enough Thunder EP only a few weeks ago, you’d think James Blake would take a little bit of a break, but that’s not the case. It seems Blake is working on another EP that is set for release in December. Blake himself didn’t announce the EP, rather R&S Records announced it via their Twitter account and through a fairly vague Facebook post.

Here’s to yet another James Blake news frenzy.

Listen: James Blake – “Fear To Fear”

28 Sep

James Blake seems to have an incredible knack for consistently keeping his name in the public eye. And, as OneThirtyBPM discovered, we have another unreleased track from the British composer. The song is called “Fear To Fear,” and while there is no news on whether or not it will be officially released, it’s still a nice treat for a Wednesday. You can listen to the song in the player below.

James Blake – “Fear To Fear”

Listen: James Blake – “Enough Thunder” (Live on KCRW)

20 Sep

Somehow, someway, James Blake manages to keep his name in the limelight. After releasing his debut album last year, the UK artist has kept the momentum going, whether it’s his extensive touringcollaborating with indie darling Bon Iver, and, more recently, announcing his upcoming EP titled Enough Thunder. The EP will include Blake and Bon Iver’s collaboration, titled “Fall Creek Boys Choir,” Blake’s cover of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case Of You,” as well as four original compositions. Yesterday, we got a taste of Blake’s original compositions with a live version of “Once We All Agree,” and today, we got another live version of one of those original tracks. The title track from the upcoming EP was played live for KCRW, and you can listen to it in its entirety below.

The Enough Thunder EP is due out on October 10th.

James Blake – Enough Thunder (Live on KCRW) by Some Kind of Awesome

Listen/Watch: James Blake – “Once We All Agree” (Live)

19 Sep

 

Last night, while performing at Hollywood’s Music Box, James Blake debuted another brand new track titled “Once We All Agree.” The track is set to be included on his upcoming EP,Enough Thunder, which includes this track, three other original compositions, Blake’s and Bon Iver’s collaboration “Fall Creek Kids Choir,” as well as Blake’s cover of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case Of You.”

You can watch the performance above, and look forward to the release of the Enough ThunderEP on October 10th.

James Blake Announces ‘Enough Thunder’ EP

31 Aug

On October 10th, Mercury Music Prize nominated phenom James Blake will be releasing theEnough Thunder EP. The EP will feature six tracks, including James Blake and Bon Iver’s collaboration “Fall Creek Boys Choir,” Blake’s iconic cover of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You,” and four original compositions.

Look forward to the release of Enough Thunder on October 10th, as well, you can check out James Blake’s upcoming North American and UK tour dates, here and here, respectively.

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