2. James Blake - Meet You in the Maze
3. Radiohead - Desert Island Disk
4. Radiohead - True Love Waits
James Blake - The Colour In Anything - Polydor
James Blake Litherland known as James Blake, is an English electronic music producer and singer-songwriter from London. He first received recognition in 2010 for a trio of dubstep-influenced EPs, and the following year his self-titled debut album was released in the United Kingdom to critical praise. His second studio album Overgrown was released in 2013 and was awarded the Mercury Prize. His third studio album The Colour in Anything was released in 2016. Blake has also released remix work under the moniker Harmonimix.
The Colour in Anything is the third studio album by James Blake, released on 6 May 2016 by Polydor Records. It features contributions from Justin Vernon and Frank Ocean, and additional production work by Rick Rubin.
The album’s soft watercolor cover, painted by Roald Dahl illustrator Sir Quentin Blake, and the title of the album itself, The Colour in Anything, invite the listener to imagine his music itself as a sonic painting. Throughout the album, he constantly expresses the sentiment that, as he mourns in closing track “Meet You in the Maze,” “music can’t be everything.”
With each brushstroke, James Blake seems to have painted his own version of a visual album.
Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool - XL Recordings
The album was recorded in southern France with long-time producer Nigel Godrich. It includes several songs written and performed some years earlier; "True Love Waits" dates to at least 1995, "Burn the Witch" to 2000, and "Present Tense" to 2008. Radiohead performed the songs "Ful Stop" and "Identikit" during their 2012 King of Limbs tour. The album features strings and choral vocals arranged by multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood and performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra.
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