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king krule

Space Heavy

limited clear lp + stickers - £23.99 | Buy
lp + stickers - £22.99 | Buy
Listen to a Duster album, then listen to this, and you’ll find a pleasing space-rock camaraderie in their floating guitars and cavernous soundscapes - Mar...
king krule

You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down

limited 2lp - £24.99 | Buy
A full-throated, chest-fit-to-burst performance from our fave ooz peddler that encompasses the full breadth of his musical palette and career.
king krule


2lp - £24.99 | Buy
aptly titled, ‘the ooz’ is a thick, dark, sticky miasma of discordant madness; mournful saxophones and tender piano keys collide with post-dubstep s...
king krule

6 feet beneath the moon

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cd - £9.99
a fascinating & brutal debut - one of the most raw & startling voices of a new generation, 19 year old Londoner Archy Marshall's unexpectedly deep &...
Man Alive!
  1. Cellular
  2. Supermarché
  3. Stoned Again
  4. Comet Face
  5. The Dream
  6. Perfecto Miserable
  7. Alone, Omen 3
  8. Slinky
  9. Airport Antenatal Airplane
  10. (Don't Let The Dragon) Draag On
  11. Theme For The Cross
  12. Underclass
  13. Energy Fleets
  14. Please Complete Thee

king krule

Man Alive!

XL Recordings
  • lp

    Released: 21st Feb 2020


Slow and steady certainly wins the race with KK’s latest – it lumbers along with a sneer and a shuffle, rewarding repeated listens with a wry wit and bottomless emotional depth.

After two feverishly received albums as King Krule, plus another low-key outing under his own name, this extraordinarily gifted 25-year-old from Peckham in South London adds further depth and substance to his oeuvre with another wondrous long-player called 'Man Alive!'. It arrives packed full of his trademark sonic ambition and compositional skill, as well as the now-familiar corrosive lyricism and lurid social observation. FFO: Sun Kil Moon, Arab Strap, Mount Eerie. "his most anguished album yet, in which impending fatherhood collides with his habitual torments." - pitchfork

Buddy says: This is good. Open your ears mate! His most concise work to date. Having been a fan for years it's been a real treat to beat the winter blues with this one.