REVIEW: KING KRULE – 6 FEET BENEATH THE MOON

King Krule

King Krule Album

My review of the new King Krule LP 6 Feet Beneath The Moon over at Pretty Much Amazing:

“The soundscapes that Krule and producer Rodaidh McDonald create are simple, but weaved from a varied array of styles – from fifties rock ‘n’ roll, bluesy soul, to the more impenetrable electronic sonic palettes favoured by Mount Kimbie.

Marshall contributes guitar – his riffs are simple, a deliberate mechanism that allows his gruff baritone to take centre-stage. His voice, seemingly hewn from volcanic rock, can morph and evolve in an instant according to the mood and melody of the song, though the default setting is a balrog-esque growl which seems mismatched to his slender frame…”

8.3 Stars (8.3 / 10)

What are your thoughts?