While King Krule was never a particularly cheery musician, he sank deeper than ever on his sophomore album The Ooz. On this episode of Critically Acclaimed, host Jake Ramirez and former student radio co-host DJ Sutton talk about King Krule’s multidisciplinary bend, what it means when an album is labeled “indulgent”, and why telling stories about the bleary valleys of life often resonate deeper than those about the high times.
- King Krule: The Wizard of Ooz | Pitchfork
- King Krule, a Cult Singer in the Making, Is Setting the Terms Himself | New York Times
- Secret Of ‘The OOZ’: King Krule Explains His New Album’s Strange Title | NPR / All Songs Considered
- King Krule Shares the Secrets of The Ooz | SPIN
- King Krule Comes Home | Pigeons and Planes
- Tyler, The Creator And King Krule Talk Ambition, Insecurities And Ice Cream for Oyster #114