It has taken The Weeknd only a few songs (with a special mention for the addictive “ What You Need ”) to get half of the blogosphere at their feet. With the attention of the most vigilant and anxious already on them, the elusive Canadian duo now presents its first mixtape. It’s called “House Of Balloons” and includes nine tracks of velvet, laidback and unmistakably sexually charged R&B. Few details are known about the members of the group, apart from them being from Canada and that their names are Abel Tesfaye (vocals) and Jeremy Rose (production). But it shouldn’t be a surprise if they become more famous over the coming months, thanks to their addictive compositions. Songs full of contrasts on which ill-fated stories are told with a delicate flow and where shining melodies emerge from the centre of brooding atmospheres. So there: one of the names to look out for in 2011 for all followers of the riskiest R&B. Get a taste of their seductive powers by downloading their latest release her e.