12 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Under the pseudonym King Krule, Archy Marshall offered spiky jazz guitar and deep, slurred vocals. On his first album under his own name, he draws on trip-hop and ’90s hip-hop, grafting crackling beats onto smeared backing tracks. “I fly solo,” he declares in raspy tones over the spooked synths of “Buffed Sky.” On the wistful “Ammi Ammi,” he sings about a girl playing him Barry White all night, but it’s more about escaping into a noir-ish world through headphones than heading to the bedroom.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Under the pseudonym King Krule, Archy Marshall offered spiky jazz guitar and deep, slurred vocals. On his first album under his own name, he draws on trip-hop and ’90s hip-hop, grafting crackling beats onto smeared backing tracks. “I fly solo,” he declares in raspy tones over the spooked synths of “Buffed Sky.” On the wistful “Ammi Ammi,” he sings about a girl playing him Barry White all night, but it’s more about escaping into a noir-ish world through headphones than heading to the bedroom.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

donny 132 ,

Absolutely love it

fantastic album, great progression from 6 feet beneath the moon

d-wayne01 ,

Holy S%#@! This is good.

Just start it from the beginning and let it play. It's meant to be listened to in its entirety and it is crazy good from beginning to end.

daianan ,

been waiting for so long

its just too good

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