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Thursday, 19 January 2012

James Blake - James Blake [2011]

Boy, did I miss a trick here. Had I listened to this album just a month ago it could have been sitting proudly among my favourite of the year. Anyway, I really did just download this on a whim the other day, and boy was I pleasantly surprised. "Imagine Jeff Buckley is still alive and making minimalist electronic music" is how I've been describing it, and I reckon that's pretty close to what it is. It's been officially described as 'post-dubstep', but I'm really not seeing it here. Whatever it is, it's short and sweet and a great listen. Check it out.

11 tracks, 38:00, 58.94 MB
Mediafire (Mp3, 320 kbps)

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