Last year’s Mercury Prize-nominated The Ooz continues to yield strange, delicious fruit.
The 19-track sophomore album is dark, rambling, and often brilliant.
The U.K. weirdo’s first album in four years is due out on October 13th.
Archy Marshall’s first King Krule LP in four years arrives in a month.
The record will be Archy Marshall’s first under the King Krule moniker since 2013.
James Blake, Micachu, and Andrea Balency will also guest on the electronica act’s third LP.
King Krule maestro shows some love to his other side-projects, Edgar the Beatmaker and Hypnodisc.
“another age, another name for the stomps,” writes the UK-based crustacean.
King Krule’s trip-hop album wastes time shuffling around instead of sanding down its aimless edges.
New three-part art project also includes a 208-page book.