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6 Feet Beneath the Moon

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Six Feet Beneath The Moon is the long-anticipated debut album from Southeast London's King Krule. Archy Marshall aka King Krule broke out in 2011, at the tender age of 16 with his eponymous EP released on True Panther. King Krule's sound, a hypnotic mixture indebted to working class British songsmiths like Billy Bragg as much as NY No-Wave and hip hop carries a maturity and depth far beyond his years.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 27, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: True Panther Sounds
  • ASIN: B00DT55PCG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,055 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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There really isn't much for me to say about King Krule that he can't say better. I'm not much for the soft and sappy, but this kid's vocals and lyrics will get you if you give him a chance. It took me a few songs, and a few life events, before I was in the right place for his sound, but ever since then I've been sold.

One of the biggest problems for young artists is keeping their full album interesting. In typical Archy/Zoo Kid/King Krule fashion, he deftly side-steps the pitfalls of young artists and guns straight for greatness. Only time will tell if this has serious replay value in my library, but for right now I have it on repeat.

The entire album might not be something you would sit down and listen to every day. In fact, if you're feeling King Krule every day then you might want to pick up some anti-depressants as well, but do yourself a favor and get the tracks you like.
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Archy Marshall's King Krule project is, in its own fashion, an internalization of Blur's heady days through the lens of 1950's West Coast Jazz. Blur was always all over the map stylistically and no matter where they stood, they stood their ground with equal parts vibrancy and authenticity. They contributed in proportion to what they took, and they always had something unexpected to add to whatever it was that they borrowed from. Mr. Marshall assimilates musical styles at that same level of intuition and, in so doing, creates something at the other end that I immediately recognize as possessing an uncommon potential.

Mr. Marshall possesses a voice that tricks the listener into expecting crucial social class based cultural-political revelation. He does deliver along those lines from time to time but what you get, more often than not, are common teen frustration-reactions BUT ones that are coupled with an oddly soulful outlook. Track 7 is a great example of this "intersection" in Mr. Marshall's chronological and artistic maturation. Most tracks, however, offer a glimmer through this same window.

The thing I most appreciate about leisure Low-Fi minimalism, which is front and center on much of this LP, is how it affords clarity and, when it is eventually abandoned, an appreciation for the synergy and sheer understated inventiveness of how Mr. Marshall processes art. As this LP progresses and digresses, layers of contrasting styles and instrumental arrangements pile on and harmonize with one another in delightful ways forming phrases that are unexpected yet immediately understood to be entertaining. These phrases, eventually, merge into songs animated with a character of anti-urgency. Mr. Marshall is very much an emerging master of the "slow burn". Be patient with his patient approach and be patient with his youth and you will discover something worthy of anticipation.
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This is one of the best and most consistently good new artists I have heard in years. Visually he looks like Ron Weasely, but his voice is like a Joe Strummer in a lower octave mixed with Amy Winehouse style. And that's not fair to him, because he's really very original and stream of thought-sounding. However, the music is very deep and complex while keeping a nasty visceral punch and edge to it. GET IT!!! I'm pleased as punch to give this artist money.
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I won't say anything new here but this is a great record. In fact, it is probably my favorite of the year. The entire record is raw while at the same time tender. Yes, the comparisons to Tom Waits, Ian Curtis are correct but there is a newness that makes it wholly original. I'm really looking forward to what is ahead for the artist. I have a great piece of music to hold me over till the next record comes out.
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I've been a fan of Archy Marshall since he was first known as Zoo Kid. I fell in love with "Out Getting Ribs" and his other brilliant tracks that he released under that stage name. Then Archy changed his stage name to King Krule and debut a self titled EP in late 2011, and it was almost as if he was born again. It was a rebirth of sorts. His voice was more mature, deeper, grittier, and filled with even more passion than before. After that EP, Archy has been rereleasing remastered versions of his old tracks, the first of which was the rerelease of "Rock Bottom" as a single with the new song Octopus. It was a new take on the classic track, and it left me wanting more.

So then this album was announced. It would be his first full fledged album. Of the 14 songs on this album, 5 are remastered rereleases of tracks he created during his Zoo Kid days, and believe me when I say that these remakes are phenomenal. If that weren't enough to warrant a purchase, the other 9 new tracks are absolutely amazing, and I can honestly say that this is easily my favorite album of 2013.

Archy Marshall is an absolute genius that NEEDS to be heard. To label him with a genre would be an injustice, because his musicality is so broad that it covers all kinds of genres. This album is a marvel and I wholeheartedly recommend this masterpiece. I don't usually go out of my way to review albums, but this album was one that absolutely deserved praise.
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Great album, but there appears to be a defect. Received the album and it was extremely warped and skipped. Returned the damaged album with total ease for a replacement that I received right away. Replacement arrived with little/no warp, however it still skips in the exact same spot. Manufacturing defect?
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