Tag : King Krule

King Krule @ The Refectory, 23/11

12 months ago / 0 comments

From Zoo Kid to King Krule, to Archy Marshall and back to King Krule again. Marshall’s rich and distinctive sound has captivated us under many pseudonyms since 2010. His voice, textured with a South East London accent, has a soulful depth far beyond his years. You could remark that Marshall … Read More

‘The Ooz’ by King Krule

1 year ago / 0 comments

After a four year wait since King Krule’s first album, he finally blesses us with his follow up with the eclectic The OOZ. Combining elements of jazz and more contemporary production techniques, King Krule channels a plethora of influences, from jazz legends to James Blake. Long-time fans of King Krule … Read More

Six songs performed live that will leave you emotionally broken

2 years ago / 0 comments

There’s something special that happens sometimes when artists perform their songs live. Sometimes, just sometimes, artists are able to connect with a song in a greater emotional capacity than ever thought possible when listening to the songs in their recorded form. The songs become magnified by the enchantment and intensity … Read More

Interview: Fun Adults

6 years ago / 0 comments

Birthed in Bristol and marinated in Leeds, Fun Adults have only released a few singles, but already they’ve got numerous bloggers all excited. Lucy Snow chats to the band (Deco, Huw, Dan and Kyle) about their sound, their art, Kyle’s snowboarding and Live At Leeds, ahead of their performance at … Read More