James Blake Revives Harmonimix Moniker for New Release

James Blake Revives Harmonimix Moniker for New Release
We're still not sure when velvety R&B/dubstep hybridist James Blake will offer up those "aggressive" tunes he promised a few months back, but the English electronic artist will soon be issuing a couple of tracks under his Harmonimix alias.

As FACT points out, both Blake and R&S Records took to their Facebook pages this morning (June 22) to announce a September release for Harmonimix's take on grime spitter Trim's "Confidence Boost."

The warped remix, full of swerving beats, pitched-shifted vocals and synths, was whipped up back in 2010, but this will be the first time the cut is available on wax. FACT reports the flip will feature another Blake and Trim joint called "Saying," which you can listen to in the video at the bottom of the page.

Right now, you can also hear "Confidence Boost" below, though the vinyl has yet to get a firm release date.

Blake had previously dropped online Harmonimix remixes of Destiny's Child's "Bills Bills Bills," Outkast's "Ms. Jackson" and Lil Wayne's "A Milli," among others.

Blake's last solo release was last year's Love What Happened Here EP.