Monday, May 30, 2011

James Blake: the dark paths of dubstep are salable and scrutable

His is one of the most unique of the ever vibrant British music scene. At only 22 years, James Blake has become a big hit in his country after joining a multinational. But it does not pop, rock, rap or dance music, but dubstep, a style that, until now, belonged to the depths of the underground. The genus, native to the islands, is rooted in the sounds of drum & bass, industrial music and electronic experimentation.

Blake has been able to confer an unusual emotion mourners based vocal melodies and compositions between the dark, beautiful, strange and touching. After showing his particular universe in Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona on Monday in Madrid will seek to demonstrate that theirs is a phenomenon before continuing export an extensive tour of Scotland and England.

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