James Blake - "Order"/"Pan"

Listen to “Order” b/w “Pan” the forthcoming instrumental dub-stepped 12″ by the peoples’ favorite James Blake. Both are dark, slo-mo, and mysterious. “Pan”’s vaguely industrial innards are enjoyable.

“Order”

“Pan”

(Via Disco Naïveté)

“Order” b/w “Pan” is out 7/11 via UK label Hemlock.

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Comments (8)
  1. I am shocked that this comes from Blake. I love everything he has done (EPs, album, remix) but this is really boring.

  2. James Blake’s self-entitled literally made me weep, on several occasions throughout the album – it was absolutely breathtaking. This is lackluster at best, a copout at worst.

  3. A bit disappointing, but if you listen to the two at the same time it strangely sounds amazing.

  4. gross. james blake please start singing again.

  5. He digs in deep on “Pan”. James Blake the producer > Jimmy and the Blakes sideshow.

  6. Warning: the following has hazardously high levels of hateration,

    Ha! I was listening to this on some other website and thinking to myself, “wait until this goes up on stereogum everybody is going to be calling these horribly minimal tracks genius and praising Blake” but lo and behold I was wrong……thank goodness.

    I swear both tracks, Order especially, sounds like something you could create on a crude computer program. Tsk, tsk James. This guy has way too much talent to put out something as pathetic as these two tracks. Some things are better left far away from the light of day.

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