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James Blake - 'Love What Happened Here'

Something jazzy from our favourite glitch-stepper

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In a parallel universe, James Blake is actually a 50-something jazz groover with wandering hands and a predisposition to go all damp-eyed at the mention of funky ’80s keyboards and bachelor bars. Our version of Blake is a lanky glitch-step pin-up, yet this particular boogie gives you a brief glimpse at what his other-dimensional beret-clad Patrick Bateman counterpart might have come up with.

James Blake - Love What Happened Here [R&S] by frankyboy

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