New Mix: James Blake, Luluc, Angélique Kidjo, More

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New Mix: James Blake, Luluc, Angélique Kidjo, More

All Songs Considered

This past week singer James Blake quietly dropped an incredible new song called "Don't Miss It." Like much of his work, it's both sultry and synthetic – a mix of seductive melodies and warped production, including a piano that keeps slipping out of tune. On this week's show we share "Don't Miss It" and try to make sense of its haunting meditations on the fleeting nature of life. Full playlist: 1. Angélique Kidjo: "Once In A Lifetime," 2. Gabriella Cohen: "Music Machine," 3. Luluc: "Heist," 4. The Beths: "Future Me Hates Me," 5. James Blake: "Don't Miss It," 6. I'm Kingfisher: "Topography Of Gabon."
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This past week singer James Blake quietly dropped an incredible new song called "Don't Miss It." Like much of his work, it's both sultry and synthetic – a mix of seductive melodies and warped production, including a piano that keeps slipping out of tune. On this week's show we share "Don't Miss It" and try to make sense of its haunting meditations on the fleeting nature of life. Full playlist: 1. Angélique Kidjo: "Once In A Lifetime," 2. Gabriella Cohen: "Music Machine," 3. Luluc: "Heist," 4. The Beths: "Future Me Hates Me," 5. James Blake: "Don't Miss It," 6. I'm Kingfisher: "Topography Of Gabon."
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