James Blake

Holy Shit

Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar og Futures "King's Dead"-video er ét stort meme

’Black Panther’-soundtracket får en ny video, der er langt mindre seriøs, end de ting vi plejer at se fra Top Dawg og Kendrick Lamar.
Phil Witmer
2.16.18
Ny Musik

James Blake viser sin mørke side på første soloudspil siden 2016

På “If the Car Beside You Moves Ahead” vender musikeren tilbage til sine soniske rødder.
Tshepo Mokoena
1.26.18
Internet Exploring

The Song Credits for Frank Ocean's 'Blond(e)' Have Finally Arrived

And they're an... Ocean of information.
Phil Witmer
9.19.16
New music

Here Are the Full Credits from Frank Ocean's 'Endless'

Since they're kind of hard to read, and we are masochists, we've written the whole thing out for you.
Noisey Staff
8.19.16
Holy Shit

Frank Ocean Released a Visual Album Featuring James Blake, Arca, Alex G and More

It's not quite the album we were expecting, but literal years and countless pieces of wood later, we have something from Frank Ocean.
Noisey Staff
8.19.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch James Blake Perform "Radio Silence" on Jools Holland, and Find Your Inner Zen

Maybe we need to start heralding him as one of those "best of a generation" types, because this is pretty damn beautiful.
Joe Zadeh
6.1.16
Op-Eds

James Blake's 'The Colour in Anything' Is Beautiful and Great and Actually Pretty Damn Optimistic

To describe 'The Colour in Anything' as sad would be ironing out most of its depth, not to mention its fundamental optimism.
Kyle Kramer
5.12.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

James Blake’s Video for "I Need a Forest Fire" Is Here and There’s No Bon Iver in It

It's like Where's Waldo but in an art installation.
Phil Witmer
5.10.16
Holy Shit

James Blake's New Album 'The Colour In Anything' Is Now Available

It's seventeen tracks, and the perfect thing to cap off your evening with.
John Hill
5.5.16
Noisey News

Skepta, LCD Soundsystem, and Adele: Glastonbury's 2016 Lineup Is Here

Skepta, Little Simz, Stormzy, and Lady Leshurr represent UK rap and grime, plus there's some massive slots for PJ Harvey, Underworld, Grimes, and New Order. It's lit, basically.
Noisey Staff
3.29.16
Interviews

Kevin Garrett Is All About Capturing Those Raw, Emotional Moments

The 24-year-old singer started off playing violin at just four and now makes glitchy piano soul that has been known to move audience members to tears.
Ilana Kaplan
12.22.15
Interviews

Vegas Knights: A Conversation With Sir Elton John

I flew to Las Vegas to talk to Elton John about music, misery, his new show on Beats 1, flaming vaginas and watching Miley Cyrus in the nude.
Sam Wolfson
12.4.15
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