Xavi Torrent/WireImage)For several months now, James Blake has been using his BBC Radio 1 residency to bless listeners with eclectic, high-quality mixes and debut new tracks of his own. After several essential programs, the forward-thinking British crooner’s residency has finally come to an end. Aided by his 1-800-Dinosaur crew, James Blake delivered nearly two hours of music. From Bootsy Collins to the song Blake labels “the biggest song of 2015” to Mavado, Blake digs deep and provides something solid from almost every style of music. You can stream the entire broadcast here. Last week, James Blake delivered a powerful Jools Holland performance in support of his new album.