So far three tracks off James Blake‘s second album, Overgrown, have snuck their way onto the Internet. Now it’s time for remixes and bootlegs. First up: the Norwegian Finnebassen (as Finn Pilly) takes on Blake’s “Retrograde;” turning the minimal track into a buoyant and classic deep house tune. It’s hard to improve on the beautiful simplicity of James Blake, but Finnebassen does well in adopting the original to his sound. Even better, it’s available for download for you on Soundcloud.
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