The 19-track sophomore album is dark, rambling, and often brilliant.
Rarely has dissatisfaction and frustration sounded so appealing.
The U.K. weirdo’s first album in four years is due out on October 13th.
After a fairly sluggish summer, September came out swinging.
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.
London electronic duo’s follow-up to 2013’s Cold Spring Fault Less Youth features King Krule, James Blake, Micachu, and Andrea Balency.
Archy Marshall’s first new music in four years comes with a Frank Lebon-directed video.
Frank Ocean, Missy Elliott, and Björk highlighted the best LA weekend of the year.
James Blake, Micachu, and Andrea Balency will also guest on the electronica act’s third LP.
Featuring Run the Jewels, Broken Social Scene, Mac DeMarco, Descendents, Angel Olsen, Sleep, and more.
King Krule maestro shows some love to his other side-projects, Edgar the Beatmaker and Hypnodisc.