New James Blake Material

2011-11-06 by Deviant STAFF | 36 Comments
Not one to rest on his laurels, breakout dubstep artist James Blake is set to release yet another EP through R&S Records (the same label to release his acclaimed CMYK and Klavierwerke EPs).

The new 12" will be comprised of a-side 'Love What Happened Here' and two b-sides, 'At Birth' and 'Curbside'.

Earlier in the year Radio 1 DJ Benji B was among the first to spin the title track. A rip of that performance can be checked out below.

The EP will be released on December 11th.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vwOxF4NtdU

Tagged: James Blake

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011
32190 Comments


Sounds like a nice little return to form

Jash
November 6th 2011
4245 Comments


song is so good, i hope he ends up doing more music like his stuff on CMYK and doesnt completely move away from it

FromDaHood
November 6th 2011
9107 Comments


Wow, this guy doesn't stop working

Calculate
November 6th 2011
1135 Comments


disappointing

robertsona
Emeritus
November 6th 2011
15274 Comments


i wouldnt say this is nearly his best track in this style. but i missed this

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011
32190 Comments


Yeah, it's definitely kinda "simple" compared to his some of his earlier jams but at the same time it's definitely refreshing to hear him work in this kind of style again

Zorak
November 6th 2011
3191 Comments


this guy is dead bent on making a name for himself.

Calculate
November 6th 2011
1135 Comments


i actually love this track, im more disappointed that this release is only 3 tracks after the range of new stuff on the EM

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011
32190 Comments


this guy is dead bent on making a name for himself.


you say that like he already hasn't


Zorak
November 6th 2011
3191 Comments


I thoroughly enjoy James Blake. He deserves it.

IAmHollywood
November 6th 2011
1443 Comments


about time

lancebramsay
November 6th 2011
1585 Comments


he's got such purdy birdy lips

HBFS
November 6th 2011
1326 Comments


awesome stuff. wonder if the b-sides will also be in this style

Digging: Angel Olsen - My Woman

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011
32190 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC4PCHHGcRs

HBFS
November 6th 2011
1326 Comments


ooooooh i like that a lot. excited for this now, also the tags on the video - post-dubstep hahaha

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011
32190 Comments


It came from postdubstep.tumbler so what do you expect

Lucid
November 6th 2011
7315 Comments


Loved At Birth, not a big fan of Love What Happened Here. I guess I need James Blake songs with an emotive element at this point.

Jade
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
10665 Comments


Ok, enjoyed this more than most of his latest work. Damn.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
32190 Comments


Have you checked out his early stuff Omaha?

Jade
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
10665 Comments


I have. His earlier stuff is more fun to me, but still not as satisfying as I feel it could have been. This felt more cohesive than his earlier works, although I haven't heard them a ton so I could be wrong.

Enough Thunder showed Blake going in a direction that I'm quite content with, although his piano-only tracks are quite boring...

Aids
November 7th 2011
24261 Comments


nice Im down with this

ShadowRemains
November 7th 2011
23783 Comments


this guy needs to slow down who does he think he is joey brown


you beat me to the punch lol

TMobotron
November 7th 2011
7224 Comments


The quality and quantity of shit that he's putting out is so impressive.

WhiteWallStargazers
November 7th 2011
2647 Comments


He's putting out a lot of music yes, but this one's only three songs, so it's not like he's putting out a new full length yet. (Not commenting on music, haven't ever listened to him yet)

chaseguitar
November 7th 2011
750 Comments


love what happened here is so good. and @whitewallstargazers yeah, there's only three songs, but he's released a full length and now two EP's after this one, all this year.

Jade
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
10665 Comments


Psh he's got nothing on Rodriguez-Lopez

chaseguitar
November 7th 2011
750 Comments


or buckethead.

Joshwahh
November 7th 2011
59 Comments


I approve of this.

Tyrannic
November 7th 2011
3281 Comments


klavierwerke is blowing my mind.

TMobotron
November 7th 2011
7224 Comments


"Psh he's got nothing on Rodriguez-Lopez"

Except 50% of Omar's stuff is terrible.

toolpeth182
November 7th 2011
191 Comments


This is so damn good. I want more shit like this from him.

steadyriot
November 11th 2011
477 Comments


At birth is awesome, maybe one of his best songs.
the other one is good but Im mainly just happy bc of the return to form deal.

Are Placing Us, No More than a Road, and At Birth gonna be relased on this ep? Thatd be a kickass ep

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 11th 2011
32190 Comments


Read the article

steadyriot
November 11th 2011
477 Comments


shit skipped the middle paragraph. awesome

Jade
Staff Reviewer
November 11th 2011
10665 Comments


"Except 50% of Omar's stuff is terrible."

I said nothing about the quality, only the quantity ;]

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 19th 2011
32190 Comments


http://www.factmag.com/2011/11/18/stream-another-new-james-blake-track-curbside/



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