Pitchfork favorite James Blake has been a machine in putting out releases. From three critically acclaimed EPs throughout 2010, to his new self-titled LP, he has simply not stopped putting out material. The best part about it is that he just keeps changing things up. Starting as a dubstep artist, he has now infused his old sound with qualities of R&B and Pop to make a record that is definitely the most accessible of his releases. Although he still uses samples, he finally shows off his own singing talent that pretty much nobody knew he had. This album will no doubt be another BNM on Pitchfork, and you can stream the whole thing right here.