A woman out walking her dogs placed a frantic 911 call to report that the Florida mansion owned by tennis star James Blake had exploded.
Darrin Campbell perished along with his wife and two kids in a home owned by former Tennis superstar James Blake on May 7.
Around this time each year we have the ask, has the whole world gone list crazy? And yes, we have, and ours go to eleven. Here’s our favorites this year.
This Week: James Blake brings Enough Thunder; Future Islands’ third album is solid; Bjork is weird and wonderful; Still Corners’ dark lullabies.
James Blake spins a fantastically eclectic mix for BBC’s Radio 1 Essential Mix, blending dubstep, R&B and hip-hop with some classical favorites and even debuting some new tunes of his own. Two hours of awesome.
How do we even start to cover the covers? Maybe with some connections: Dirty Beaches does Johnny Cash — Cash does Nine Inch Nails — Reznor & Karen O do Zeppelin — it just goes on from there.
Is R&B back? Or maybe our original concept of the genre is evolving and broadening. Here are five artists that showcase R&Bs current progression.
Take R&B superstar Drake. Add electronic/dubstep/R&B wunderkind James Blake. Blend. What you get is a beautifully swirled half hour featuring the best of both artists in a killer mashmix: James Drake.