Three tracks that broke the transfer record for us this week
King Krule - 'Neptune Estate' (2013)
Strange and somber with a heavy off kilter Hip Hop beat that the Wu Tang Clan would be proud of, this is a track that has given me a serious dose of aural pleasure this week. 'Neptune Estate' is taken from the talented 19 year old Londoner's debut album, 6ft Beneath the Moon. He reminds me a bit of Tom Waits in his vocal delivery while Q Magazine hail him as "a post Dubstep Billy Bragg", which certainly makes for interesting listening.
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Scratchylus - I hear the Children Cry(2010)
This is not a new song but it is from a 2013 compilation by Scratchylus - Reset the Mindset. It really is Scratchylus and Friends. There is some great stuff on this and I still have not completed listening to it all. I keep going back to favourites but I am loving it all. I have chosen 'I hear the Children Cry' but I keep getting a new favourite the deeper I get into this. Essential.
Karen O - The Moon Song (2013)
Ever since I heard the 2003 Yeah Yeah Yeahs track, Maps, I've been a fan/follower of Karen O. Her solo music has appeared on numerous film soundtracks, including Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Where the Wild Things Are and Frankenweenie and she's reunited with Spike Jonze for Her - it stars Joaquin Phoenix as a man who falls for a droid - the song just features Karen and an acoustic and if you close your eyes, you could be dreaming.
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TRACKS OF THE WEEK - 08/09/13 - King Krule, Karen O, Scratchylus
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