getting into the audio side of @SoundCloud and found this pretty intense audio series. I hope to soundtrack something like this one day.
#nctrnmfm compilation/playlist: tiny.cc/nfm
Nctrnm - Rider: tiny.cc/ridr #thedeepvault
Title: The OOZ
Artist: King Krule
Year released: 2017
Genre: Experimental Rock, Trip Hop, Jazz Rock
Favorite Tracks: Biscuit Town, Dum Surfer, Logos, Lonely Blue, Cadet Limbo, Emergency Blimp, Czech One, Vidual, Half Man Half Shark
Least Favorite Track: A Slide In (New Drugs)
Review: King Krule is an English indie singer, who debuted not too long ago with an EP in 2011. This EP, as well as his debut album "6 Feet Beneath the Moon", both had this kinda similar trip hop type sound. They're both very good and interesting projects if you're curious. This is his long awaited follow up to "6 Feet Beneath" and it is excellent. The music on this album is a bit more lowkey and distant then on previous ones, but to me that makes it sounds tripper and more interesting. Right from the opener "Biscuit Town" we get this eerie, mysterious piano and guitar lead that compliment the spaciness of the rest of the instrumentation, as well as Archy's voice perfectly. The lyrics to this song are kinda interesting as well, with it being a description of various experiences he's had in England. This song is great and does a fantastic job of setting the tone for the rest of the album. A lot of the instrumentation goes by that similar style of washed out synths, faded leads, and vocals carrying a whole other melody. You'll occasionally get something groovier like "Vidual" which maybe the catchiest and most accessible song here, as well as "Emergency Blimp". These songs are still fantastic rock songs though and still bring that King Krule flavor. They sound completely natural with the rest of the album. That faded, washed out sound I think really works for King Krule. It sounds like they put a bit of reverb on his voice as well, so on pretty much every song his voice just melts into the instrumentation and they just go perfectly together. Some of my favorites include "Dum Surfer" which is one of the catchier and busier songs on here sonically. #kingkrule#theooz#macdemarco#animalcollective#indie#indiemusic#rock#alternative#bjork#stvincent#thenational#music#album#albumreview#gorillaz#lcdsoundsystem#theneedledrop#beck#colors#kendricklamar#triphop#hashtagsforlikes CONTINUED IN COMMENTS
When I first started djing I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t go to a music festival until I was playing one.
I’m beyond excited to announce that I’ll be kicking off the Bass Stage at @somethingwickedfest This weekend😈👻.
Get your tickets ASAP at: somethingwicked.com 🙌🏽
This Sunday I will be 33. I was supposed to release this on my birthday but things moved ahead of schedule and this is just perfect Monday driving jams to watch the changing leaves and crash your car to. Life is grand. CDs and cassettes will be done soon. Link in my bio. #chinobeano#electronic#music#ambient#chillwave#triphop#notrendsever
Casual con una leyenda británica @trickyofficial 😄 fuimos al concierto el sabado y luego tuvimos la oportunidad de platicar con el de México y la Virgen de Guadalupe jaja bueno en realidad yo duré en shock como 10 minutos 😳 y fue Lalito el que platicó con él, me encanta ir a Dallas siempre es una buena aventura. #music#triphop#tricky#deepellum#fifthelement#thecurtain
Being a hype whore is also scary and uncomfortable but oh well
#repost @armyofmildred (@get_repost)
Getting ready to be born is scary and uncomfortable but starting tomorrow my music will officially exist in this world
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Makeup by @paintedwithgrace_
King Krule - The OOZ Limited Edition Orange & Blue 2LP Vinyl
The London producer, songwriter and musician Archy Marshall returns to his moniker King Krule to follow-up his 2013 debut 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, having released his second album, 2015's A New Place 2 Drown, under his own name. Dense and sprawling, The OOZ snaps into focus quickly and sharply, his modus operandi coming into view almost immediately. Drifting and seeping through the cracks of South London like the album title, Marshall casts an unflinching eye over his kingdom, transforming his observations of all the disorientation and heartbreak of his youth into piercing narratives and poetry that are both startlingly honest and brutally beautiful. Throughout 18 tracks, he includes a plethora of wide and diverse musical influences into his world that with each track you would be mistaken for thinking you were listening to trip-hop, jazz, shoegaze, electronica, indie-rock, punk, dub or even R&B. The ability to mesh this all together into something truly unique makes this even more impressive. A true modern masterpiece from the king of a dazed and confused generation.
Now available at www.venusvinyl.com