Listen to James Blake's Debut LP Now
- Words: Patric Fallon
Well, folks, if live performances, music videos, and Feist covers weren't enough to hold you over until February 8, you can now indulge your curiosities of what 2011's first truly anticipated LP might sound like, and listen to James Blake's self-titled debut album. Over on Pitchfork, we caught the news of James Blake streaming in full on a Netherlands-based website we've never heard of. You can head here to listen to the 11 soulfully minimal, R&B-inspired, vocal-centric electronic compositions that make up Blake's debut LP.
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