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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

Man Alive!

lp - £23.99 | Buy
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 an...
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

2lp - £24.99 | Buy
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 &...

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Remote Echoes

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culled from half a decade of home four-tracking, 'Remote Echoes' is a hissy, crumbly, and ungrounded expression of Clay Parton and Canaan Amber’s ...
dean blunt


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A brooding trip into Dean Blunt’s mesmerising world – dank, furtive, and riddled with redemption.
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Ants From Up There

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140g 2LP in Gatefold Sleeve w/ booklet - 1 per customer - £23.99 | Buy
& we thought their first album was hard to describe! This is the light at the end of their debut’s gloomy tunnel.
Space Heavy




  1. Flimsier
  2. Pink Shell
  3. Seaforth
  4. That Is My Life That Is Yours
  5. Tortoise Of Independency
  6. Empty Stomach Space Cadet
  7. Flimsy
  8. Hamburgerphobia
  9. From The Swamp
  10. Seagirl
  11. Our Vacuum
  12. Space Heavy
  13. When Vanishing
  14. If Only It Was Warmth
  15. Wednesday Overcast

king krule

Space Heavy

XL Recordings
  • limited clear lp + stickers

    Released: 9th Jun 2023

  • lp + stickers

    Released: 9th Jun 2023


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 - Marshall’s beautifully wistful textures paint a dreamlike world, occasionally rocked by flutters of jazz skronk and post-punk rage.

10 years on from his debut album, 'Space Heavy' presents King Krule at his most articulate; using his years of experience to create a dynamic body of work that reveals something new with every listen. The result is a 15-track full-length by the musical polymath that inhabits the deepest reaches of the subterranean sonic world that Archy has constructed over the course of his career as King Krule. In it you hear a generational artist stepping into the height of their artistic powers – the auteurism apparent on his debut '6 Feet Beneath The Moon', the shapeshifting sonic palette of 'The OOZ', the primality of 'Man Alive!' and the raw vulnerability expressed on 'You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down' all coalesce into a wizened, dynamic body of work that reveals new elements with each listen. In line with Archy’s interest in the space between, it is an album wherein the negative space demands the same attention as the positive space. If one is willing to wade into the mire the reward is rich.