Sounds like: James Blake, Flume, Willow Beats Song: cln - Breathe What's so good? Spotify and I are in a complicated relationship. I refuse to pay for the service, but use the free desktop site often enough that I'd be lying to say that...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Active Child, James Blake, Billie Eilish Song: Haux - Touch What's so good? I just read a book called When Everything Falls Apart by a Buddhist named Pema Chodron. Currently, I feel enlightened about most everything. Troubles...Show More Summary
Sounds like: John Legend, Drake, James Blake Song: Agency - Desire What's so good? Combining an R&B sound with lyrics that take up social and political issues, “Desire” will appeal to you if you’re looking for an artist with something...Show More Summary
MoMA’s annual swanky ‘Party in the Garden’ fundraiser returns on June 5, and this year the performer for the gala afterparty is James Blake.... Continue reading…
Sounds like: Fauxe, James Blake What's so good? I suppose it's not that surprising, but there are four remixes of this song on Indie Shuffle, and yet the original hasn't yet been published. Today, that changes. Okay to be fair, I'm writing this a week before publication. Show More Summary
A tasty treat to kick off the week! SteLouse feat Mascolo's Shivers N Goldi is a pop meal at a fancy and trendy establishment! It's super cool but also hearty! If you like James Blake or Flume, then you will really dig this! Check it out above! Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from SteLouse!
Sounds like: Nick Murphy, Ta-ku, Disclosure, James Blake Song: Will Morgan - Roses What's so good? Londoner Will Morgan is a mystery. His EP Telopea is out as of April 21st, and his online presence seems just as recent. But the music on this new release is worthy of note. Show More Summary
LeBron James is going for another playoff sweep, and the Clippers are dealing with the loss of Blake Griffin
James Blake comes from a musical family; his father, James Litherland, was a founding member of British jazz-rock group Colosseum who also has worked with members of AC/DC, Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck, and more. Litherland’s song “Where to Turn” served as the basis for Blake’s 2011 song “The Wilhelm Scream.” Now, Litherland has announced a new solo album. Show More Summary
The 2017 edition of Hundred Waters' festival, FORM Arcosanti, is coming up, happening May 12 - 14 with performances from Solange, James Blake, Future Islands, Father John Misty, Thundercat, Mitski, Chelsea Wolfe, Skrillex, S U R V I V E, Tycho, Deafheaven and more. Continue reading…
After the MVP showdown between James Harden and Russell Westbrook, there’s no question the Clippers-Jazz 1st round playoff series (...)
The credits for Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN. solved a couple of mysteries, primarily the one involving “ELEMENT.” co-producer and composer “J. Blake,” who is, indeed, James Blake. One question mark remained over Bekon, an artist credited with production on several tracks, as well as some additional vocals. Show More Summary
The wait is over. Kendrick Lamar's ridiculously exciting new album DAMN. is out there in the world. And while we already knew about Rihanna and U2 showing up on the album, they are far from the only boldfaced names involved. The album's credits have now hit the internet, and they include some surprises. …
The album features contributions from James Blake, Rihanna,Mike WiLL Made-It, BADBADNOTGOOD, the Alchemist, DJ Dahi, Sounwave, and more.
The FORM Arcosanti festival is returning for its fourth year with an amazing lineup featuring Solange, James Blake, Skrillex, Future Islands Father John Misty, Thundercat, and more! In honor of the fest being just one month away, FORM finally released its incredible music and programming schedule. Show More Summary
The festival cultural programming will be curated by Saint Heron, Pathway to Paris, and Planned Parenthood.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's oldest daughter, James, entered the world to one amazing soundtrack back in 2014 — and it's all thanks to dad.
Sounds like: Bon Iver, James Vincent McMorrow What's so good? Pretty sure this song's going to get a lot of folks' knickers in a twist. Mount Kimbie and James Blake together on the same track? That's pretty epic indeed. The duo are no strangers to collaboration. Show More Summary
It rained in New York last May 6, and music completists felt the downpour the heaviest. New albums from James Blake, Skepta, Death Grips, Anohni, and Kaytranada all came at once, a spread of vivid artists who had risen from self-contained music pockets as captains of focussed styles and subcultures. Show More Summary
It’s been nearly four years since Mount Kimbie released their last record Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, now they’re back with a new track/video featuring vocals from none other than James Blake. The song has a definite James Blake-yness to it, backed by a really great organ melody that shifts into a more minimal, gospel […]