If, like us, you've been hooked on gospel wubber James Blake's new record Overgrown these last couple of days then you might be keen to hear how it translates into the live environment. Blake laid down some cuts for the BBC at Maida Vale this week to promote Overgrown, which you can stream here, along with a Zane Lowe interview.

If you've not heard it, Overgrown sways more towards the R&B side of Blake's repertoire, with less of his early-career bass, but plenty of seductive crooning and subtle electronic textures. The session includes 'Retrograde' and 'Overgrown' from the new album, as well as a cover of Digital Mystikz 'Anti War Dub.