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"Feel Good Inc.," the De La Soul collaboration that probably still stands as the single best-known Gorillaz song, is now nine years old. At some point in the past nine years, James Blake put together…   Read Story »
James Blake has been playing a lot of new material on his BBC Radio 1 program over the past few months -- including tracks like "200 Press" and "Building It Still" -- which demonstrates that he's…   Read Story »
James Blake debuted his new song, "Building It Still," yesterday on his BBC Radio 1 Residency program. Blake has been using his residency to premiere a handful of new tracks, many of which have been…   Read Story »
Last year, Idris Elba played Nelson Mandela in the biopic Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom. And in addition to being a ridiculously talented and handsome actor, Elba has a sideline playing goofy trance…   Read Story »
Lately, James Blake has been doing regular DJ sets on BBC's Radio 1, which we can add to the long lists of reasons that living in America is stupid and that we should all be in England instead. Blake…   Read Story »
James Blake shared a new song on his BBC Radio 1 residency show, as he's apt to do. This one is called "200 Press" because "only 200 are going to be pressed up" via his 1-800-Dinosaur label at some…   Read Story »
On Wednesday, Jamie xx debuted a new song by James Blake on BBC Radio 1, and last night as part of his Radio 1 residency, Blake debuted another new tune. Like the last one, this doesn't have a title…   Read Story »
Benji B wasn't around to host his Radio 1 show this week, so Jamie XX came to fill in, and he brought with him some very nice things. If you head over to Radio 1 and listen through the most recent…   Read Story »
After spending the first half of June on the festival beat, I've been watching TV and movies at a pretty ferocious pace these last two weeks, because there's been a lot of good stuff going on. A…   Read Story »
Glastonbury, the world's biggest and wettest music festival, is going down this weekend and despite what M.I.A. claims the BBC has been broadcasting bits of all the performances from the legendary…   Read Story »