James Blake - The Colour In Anything
James Blake’s ability to combine poetic prose with his unique electronic sound in his relaxing album ‘The Colour in Anything’ stamps Blake in complete league of his own
Originality8
Lyrics7.6
Replay Value7.7
Instrumentation8.2
Overall Impact7
We Liked...
  • the combination of poetic prose and electronic sounds
  • lyrically beautiful
We Didn't Like...
  • A little too heavy subject-wise
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James Blake’s ability to combine poetic prose with his unique electronic sound in his relaxing album ‘The Colour in Anything’ stamps Blake in complete league of his own, having created perhaps one of the albums of the year with a mighty 17-song-album of captivating tracks. Blake’s songs of heartache and isolation articulated through pulsating beats and tearful piano induces from his audience nothing less than a heavy heart, as anyone who has suffered the trials and tribulations of lost love will empathise with Blake’s melancholic lyrics. But Blake manages to hold your attention masterfully, introducing songs complemented by collaborations with equally talented artists such Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and Frank Ocean.

Overall, ‘The Colour in Anything’ articulates to a captivated crowd why Blake has received such critical success over the past few years,

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