The single comes off of Krule’s recently released sophomore album The Ooz.
King Krule just released The Ooz, the long-awaited proper follow-up to his 2013 debut 6 Feet Beneath The Moon. And today, Archy Marshall hit Later… With Jools Holland to perform the album's early single "Dum Surfer." Watch below.
Along with SZA and King Krule, Grizzly Bear served as the musical guests on tonight's episode of the BBC music show Later… With Jools Holland. Ed Droste braved "101 temp and a major head cold" to lead the band in a performance of the Painted Ruins single "Mourning Sound," and you can watch that performance…
From his new album The OOZ
They brought their Visions of a Life song to an episode that also featured King Krule, Grizzly Bear, and SZA
“I SEEM TO SINK LOWER.” That’s the first line on King Krule’s new album, The Ooz. But in Archy Marshall’s murky and garbled voice, “seem” sounds an awful lot like “sing.” Everything you need to know about the record is right there. The Ooz is an hour-plus voyage of submersion, a slow slog through... Continue reading
King Krule’s first album since 2013 has arrived. The OOZ, an hour and 19 songs long, features Archy Marshall’s three recent singles, “Dum Surfer”, “Czech One”, and “Half Man Half Shark”. Give it a spin below via Spotify, or head on over here for Apple Music’s stream. Continue reading
From P!nk’s pop return with her new album Beautiful Trauma to King Krule’s dark, jazzy weirdness in The OOZ, there’s plenty of music to get lost in this week. Consider the summery Caribbean-EDM stylings of Dillon Francis on “Hello There,” or get into your feelings with moody pop singer Morgan Saint’s ethereal “Glass House.” In…
The FADER’s favorites from the singer-songwriter’s dark new full-length.
After months of promotion, a mysterious package sent to fans, several intimate popup shows, and three singles, the new album from Archy Marshall, aka King Krule, is finally here. Continue reading…
In this prolific week for new music, Beck, St. Vincent, Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, the Wu-Tang Clan, and English rock prodigy King Krule all released new albums. Here are the 5 best songs from the past week that you can stream right...Show More Summary
Where to begin with this week’s best songs? Gucci Mane, St. Vincent, and King Krule all released their highly-anticipated new albums, and we can’t get enough. Elsewhere, our track premiere of ABISHA’s vibey debut stunner “All That” makes the cut, as does the hard in the paint, Kendrick Lamar-featuring “The City,” by fellow Compton rapper […]
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The insanely talented Archy Marshall, also known as King Krule, has released his new album The OOZ. Marshall’s second album as King Krule features the previously-released “Dum Surfer,” “Czech One,” and “Half Man Half Shark.” Listen to The OOZ below. The OOZ is Marshall’s first King Krule album since 2013’s 6 Feet Beneath the Moon. […]
Back in 2013, we were first introduced to Archy Marshall's idiosyncratic project King Krule, a bizarre and druggy mix of hip-hop, punk, jazz, and trip-hop-leaning electronics. That debut, 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, immediately showed Marshall to have a very unique musical sensibility, and it won him both wide acclaim and a fervent fan base.
The album follows up Krule’s 2013 debut 6 Feet Beneath the Moon.
Archy Marshall’s new full-length has arrived
On Beats 1, he shares new stuff, reveals his influences, and proves that music runs in the family
Archy Marshall is feeling nauseous. It’s not because of the unseasonably warm September day and the rank smells that such heat releases from the concrete in Chinatown, but from a two-day battery of press interviews that he has already given and the pints that have accompanied them. Now Marshall finds ... More »
King Krule “Biscuit Town” I’ve spent a lot of time trying to adequately describe Archy Marshall’s voice and it’s quite difficult. There’s so much raw humanity in the tone of it, his phrasing, the cadence, and way it shifts and splashes on the microphone. He’s clearly put a lot of thought into how he uses […]