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April Tunes

I recently decided to start going for a run every morning and stretch out those lazy bones in me. In all honestly, it’s been a drag but I wouldn’t be able to do without the motivation of  126 more words

Show Review: King Krule at Heimathafen 09/04/14

The lights were dimmed, the stage was set, a few distinctive, discordant chords drifted out from behind the plush maroon drapes, and the sold-out Heimathafen… 758 more words

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TRACKS OF THE WEEK 20/04/2014 - The Black Keys, Ratking, The Amazing Snakeheads, Megafauna, Paulo Nutini

Five treats to help you on your Easter egg hunt..

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Ratking – ‘So Sick Stories’ feat King Krule (2014)



I’ve had high hopes for New York’s Ratking ever since they broke on the scene, especially as they’re one crew that seem to be going against the Hip Hop grain. 478 more words

Tracks Of The Week

TRACKS OF THE WEEK 20/04/2014 - The Black Keys, Ratking, The Amazing Snakeheads, Megafauna, Paulo Nutini

Five treats to help you on your Easter egg hunt..

Flycasual:-
Ratking – ‘So Sick Stories’ feat King Krule (2014)



I’ve had high hopes for New York’s Ratking ever since they broke on the scene, especially as they’re one crew that seem to be going against the Hip Hop grain. 478 more words

Tracks Of The Week

King Krule: Rock & Roll in Neoliberal Britain

This song, by King Krule, caught my attention recently.

One of the interesting things here for me is the way in which the song and the video use the figure of the ‘juvenile delinquent’ in (slightly different) ways, which resist and contest this stereotype and the associations that go with it. 489 more words

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Song Of The Week #6

While the influx of experimental and “different” rap is akin to a snowball effect, only few projects and songs actually stand out. On Ratking’s new full length project, it is the song… 162 more words

Song Of The Week

King Krule, La Cigale

I saw King Krule at La Cigale a couple weeks ago.

Oh he was so good– deep voice, very interesting interaction.  At the very end he double pointed at the crowd and walked off stage.

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