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King Krule Vinyl, CD & tapes by King Krule at Norman Records

If Tom Waits had appeared on an episode of Skins he'd have been King Krule. That's my line and I'm sticking to it. Between gnarly guitars, a sparsely lit backdrop that beckons down on the listener like a lonely plague, and that gravelly, beyond-i...read more »

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Archy Marshall
A New Place 2 Drown

Archy Marshall (also known as King Krule) isn't one for sitting still. He currently has three monikers including The Return of Pimp Shrimp. It might be helping to destroy his career but if it keeps him influenced then it's our gain as his music is invariably excellent. Here he soundtracks a book that was compiled by his brother Jack with a series of flickering late night atmospheric meditations stealing from hip-hop, UK garage and dub but always with his particular panache in check. Originally digital only, this is the first vinyl pressing. 

King Krule
The OOZ

Having gone pretty quiet, the interweb returned ablaze for King Krule recently with announcement that his 2013 debut LP, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon will be followed by The Ooz. It still has the bursting jazz and snappy drooling vocals of his debut but with a new sharp focus and grimy depth.    

King Krule
Man Alive!

Archy Marshall has already proved himself as a unique British voice with previous albums 6 Feet Beneath the Moon and The Ooz under his King Krule moniker and here the baby-faced crooner returns with his third album. Once again it is a sonically fascinating work full of scope and ambition and with his trademark yelp belting out corrosive words.

King Krule
6 Feet Beneath The Moon

While not quite the masterpiece that the more breathless factions of the British music press were rather unfairly demanding from a then-teenage Archy Marshall, 2013’s ‘6 Feet Beneath The Moon’ is still a damn fine debut LP from King Krule. This is an album of poetic musings that shows real range. Across the record Marshall glides between Millennial Billy Braggisms (‘Out Getting Ribs’), jazzified post-punk (‘A Lizard State’), unfurling hip-hop (‘Neptune Estate’) and a few other styles.

King Krule
Czech One

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King Krule
Rock Bottom / Opus

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King Krule
King Krule

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