Tuesday, June 8, 2010

New music of a bleepy sampledelic variety

James Blake has been called "one of the most talented and imaginative members of dubstep's second wave", but don't let that put you off. His new single, CMYK, is a laid-back groove with vocal samples from Kelis and a hypnotic, swirling keyboard riff (unless the bleepy noises remind you of the machine that goes ping in a hospital emergency room, in which case it might induce palpitations).

James Blake - CMYK

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