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A video that King Krule made at 14 years of age to enter the 2008 Glastonbury unsigned artists competition has surfaced online and is ready to make you feel like you did nothing with your teens. Krule, real name Archy Marshall, realised his Glasto dream when he played the festival in 2013. “Glastonbury’s a big
Sydney-based producer Jonti, a Stones Throw signee who’s worked with the likes of Santigold and Big Scary, recently decided to break in his new studio and thought what better way to do so than by enlisting Earl Sweatshirt, King Krule, and members of Jagwar Ma and Warpaint to help out? As reported by Sydney artist
The Creases were tasked with kicking off Laneway Festival‘s 2014 celebrations in Brisbane, and they performed admirably. They were loud, unabashedly fun, and “Louise” the scantily clad tambourine (wo)man was gallivanting across the stage in a way that all in attendance would have, given the chance. The perfect kick off for a festival. On to
One of this year’s biggest winners in music would have to be the genre-bending King Krule, which makes his involvement in next year’s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival all the more exciting, and today Krule has unveiled his own itinerary for the tour with two headlining tour dates. Since the release of his stunning debut 6
With just a few days to go before they release their new album Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, UK eletronic duo Mount Kimbie have given fans a cheeky hit of what they have coming for them. A tasty number known as You Took Your Time, featuring King Krule, has made its way online arriving as