James Blake's show on BBC Radio 1 last night saw a lot of newness from the Mercury Prize winner. On top of playing his new cut, "200 Press", Blake also treated listeners to an exclusive Outkast remix and "Int'l Pembroke Anthem", a mash-up of his own track, "Pembroke'", and Airhead's "International Players Anthem".

Aside from this bounty of new music, the crooner was also joined by SOHN and New Zealand's Connan Mockasin, debuting material from FlyLo, Caribou and Arca among others, as well as some old classics from Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder.

All in all, this is hugely pleasing news. Could this mean another Blake release on the horizon? Or could his apparent interest in Atlantans like Outkast and Airhead possibly mean a foray into some dirty south-influenced trap? Well, probably not. But it's a nice thought. 

Listen back to the show here.