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King Krule Keeps 'The Ooz' Rolling with His New "Biscuit Town" Video

In the first of a three-part series, Archy Marshall wanders through a creepy, supernatural ghost town.
Ryan Bassil

The Mercury Prize 2018 Shortlist Pits Young Talent Against Big Names

It's odd to see acts like Noel Gallagher sitting beside rising jazz group Sons of Kemet or rapper Novelist—what does that say about the industry?
Tshepo Mokoena
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Jesse James Solomon Is in a League of His Own on ‘Strata’

The rapper's surprise-released new EP proves he can still document London and his experience in it like no one else.
Ryan Bassil
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Welcome to Jamie Isaac’s World

Classically trained in piano, part of the jazz scene in London, Isaac is a special musician who is releasing a new album. We're premiering his latest video “Maybe” here.
Ryan Bassil

Rejjie Snow Has Found Himself

After a half-decade-or-so and a struggle with identity, the release of debut record ‘Dear Annie’ presents an artist that’s come into his own.
Ryan Bassil
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For Your Listening Pleasure: A Drunk Interview with King Krule

Archy Marshall appeared on Star Slinger's 'Drunken Slinger Podcast' to talk about Akon, Basquiat, and his phobia of shrimp.
Lauren O'Neill
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Uh, Here’s a Video of King Krule Performing 'Live on the Moon'

Yes, that's right. King Krule played some songs from outer space. Sorta.
Ryan Bassil
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King Krule Rocked Up On Stage in Paris with Mount Kimbie Tuesday Night

He joined the duo's Trianon show for two tracks, "Blue Train Lines," and "You Took Your Time."
Lauren O'Neill
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King Krule Soaked NPR's Tiny Desk in 'The Ooz'

The scruffy prince of South London served up 16 minutes of lounge chaos on your favorite office-based concert series.
Lauren O'Neill
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King Krule Brings the Slugdy “Dum Surfer” to ‘Conan’

It's not often that late-night audiences hear that someone's brain is diluting.
Alex Robert Ross

King Krule: “I Want to Leave London—Everything Is Done Here”

In the week before the release of his new album, we found a frustrated Archy Marshall climbing out from 'The OOZ,' looking ahead to the future.
Ryan Bassil
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SZA and King Krule Brought Magic to Late Night TV Last Night

They were joined by *deep breath* Grizzly Bear, Wolf Alice, The Beautiful South's Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott and blues artist RL Boyce on 'Jools Holland.'
Lauren O'Neill