In an interview posted today on Spinner, UK bass super-kid James Blake - also one of the most torrented artists in the UK, has spilled details on his new sound.
One of the more interesting topics at hand was his clubbier productions, stating "A lot of the vocal music I've been doing recently has been quite clubby. But that's mainly because I've had more time to go to clubs, and that normally breeds that kind of influence. I've been doing quite a few DJ sets recently, which have been really fun."
When asked about the more aggressive tip he opened up about that coming from the way he feels "I think it's going to be a bit more aggressive, to be honest. It seems that way. I don't feel more aggressive, it's just been ... it's just how I feel".
Exploring further on from the 'Falls Creek Choir' collaboration with hugely popular Grammy winner
Bon Iver Bonny Bear he spilled that the two were close friends and that usually leads to more than A&R moves;
We really do want to work on some more stuff together. We get on as people. He's a great guy, and the collaborations that I normally form are based on friendships, not on A&R moves, so that's the way it'll happen.
Read the full interview over at Spinner.