Here we go!
Ch-ch-check out all the tweets (below):
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Fresh off his Coachella gigs, the supernaturally gifted musician has left us almost speechless after performing Overgrown and Retrograde LIVE on KCRW.
We're not sure we'll ever fully understand how he continues to make such unique and eerily captivating rhythms, but we're okay with that as long as get to witness his genius.
Pr-pr-press play (above) and we PROMISE you'll be left with chills!
Then check out the rest …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
His songs are so dark, so haunting, so deeply poignant — we LOVE them!!
Pr-pr-press PLAY (above) and experience Overgrown, his brand new recent single!
James is such an outstanding musician and composer, it's hard to believe he is only 24-years-young!!
His new album, also called Overgrown, hit shelves this past Tuesday — you might want to give it a spin!
James Blake is back - and just as haunting as ever!
The moody and enchanting Brit makes music for your heart, not for radio. And our heart is in love with his songs!
Sparse. Slightly creepy. And totally beautiful!
Check out his latest, Retrograde, above!
We still so love him!
Check out the latest single from James Blake (above) called A Case Of You!
Wow. This is absolutely STUNNING!
Not that we'd expect any less with these two teaming up!
Check out the just-released, very much anticipated collaborative track between Bon Iver and James Blake, titled Fall Creek Boys Choir (above)!
According to a press release from the latter:
This kind of collaboration is literally the stuff that dreams are made of!
At least for hipsters! And US!
James Blake and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver announced yesterday that the pair have teamed up for a brand new release, called Fall Creek Boys Choir, and it will be out on August 24th!
Holy shiz! So SOON!
We'd normally be upset that they hadn't spilled any more surely amazing deets, but with the album dropping in only five days - WHO CARES?!
Just throw Kid CuDi on a few tracks and we'd be done for!
This is going to be amazing!
We can't wait!
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