King Krule: Czech One

King Krule’s second studio album The Ooz is truly a wonderful and absorbing experience. The record has various musical styles with jazz-like guitar chords proving to be the driving force behind many tracks. The album is both melancholy and introspective which makes it a perfect record for the fall season. Every track is noteworthy in itself and trying to decide what are the best ones is a hard chore.

However, there are some tracks that I have been listening to over and over again including “Czech One.” This track is somber and features Archy Marshall singing in a whispery subdued voice. Check it out below.



King Krule: Dum Surfer

There is no one more excited than me to hear that King Krule is releasing his new album The Ooz next month. I have been waiting for years to hear new music from Archy Marshall under the King Krule moniker. His first album 6 Feet Beneath the Moon was one of my favorite albums of 2013 with its jazz and indie rock fusion. King Krule has released two new songs from his new album

King Krule has released two new songs from his new album including “Dum Surfer” which still retains that jazz sound but with a tinge of goth rock. Krule bellows and snarls as the guitars move at a frantic pace. In the music video, Krule performs in a dive bar with a zombie band. Check it out below.

Bay Faction: Crack Pipe

I am a big fan of Boston band Bay Faction with their jazz and indie rock style. The band’s music is mellow and is perfect for those evenings when you want to just chill with your significant other. “Crack Pipe” is a lovely gem from Bay Faction with its terrific riffs that blends with vocalist/guitarist James McDermott’s pleading vocals.

King Krule: Ocean Bed

“Ocean Bed” is one of my favorite songs off of King Krule’s album “6 Feet Beneath the Moon”. The guitars are absolutely amazing as they produce a jazzed out jangle rock sound and mixed with King Krule’s deep baritone voice it produces a perfect track. Check it out above.

King Krule: The Krockadile

King Krule is a young musician with an old man’s soul. His music is reflective with elements of nostalgia. The lyrics are melancholic and pleading as Krule sing’s in his gravelly voice.

“The Krockadile” features a prominent guitar that adds a jazz tinged feel to the song. Krule’s voice goes from low to high as he even shouts out his pain. Check it out above.

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