Listen as James Blake’s 1-800 Dinosaur collective release first album

‘1-800 Dinosaur Presents Trim’ includes new Blake music

James Blake’s collective 1-800 Dinosuar are to release their first album, to showcase rapper Trim.

‘1-800 Dinosaur Presents Trim’ is out on July 29 and features former Roll Deep MC Trim on 10 tracks made with various producers from the 1-800 Dinosaur stable. A promo 12” features a new song, ‘RPG’, produced by Blake and backed by the Airhead-produced ‘Man Like Me’.


Other producers on the album include Happa, Bullion, Boothroyd, Klaus and Blake’s manager Dan Foat. The collective began in 2010 as a way of hosting parties after shows. Following a first show at New York club Le Poisson Rouge, 1-800 Dinosaur had a residency at London night Plastic People in 2012 and co-presented Blake’s monthly Radio 1 show.

Following his headline appearance at Field Day, Blake resumes touring in August in North America before starting a UK tour in October.

The full tracklisting for 1-800 Presents Trim is:
‘Stretch’ (Airhead)
‘Before I Lied’ (Happa)
‘Man Like Me’ (Airhead)
‘Waco’ (Airhead)
‘Among The Living’ (Bullion)
‘RPG’ (James Blake)
‘White Room’ (Boothroyd)
‘13th Apostle’ (Dan Foat)
‘Seeker’ (Klaus)
‘No Manners’ (Boothroyd)

James Blake will play:
Dublin Olympia (October 27)
Belfast Limelight (28)
Bristol O2 Academy (30)
Hammersmith Eventim Apollo (Nov 1)
Leeds O2 Academy (2)
Manchester Academy (3)


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