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King Creosote

King Creosote

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Choose Fife: The Fence Collective

Report and Interview by James Medd, Esquire, January 2004

THE SIGNS have been there for a while,in current artists from Bonnie "Prince" Billy to Portishead's Beth Gibbons and Kings of Convenience. And it was ...

King Creosote, Tunng: Luminare, London

Live Review by Pete Paphides, The Times, 3 August 2005

TUNNG'S percussionist has a range of shells, chimes and beaded items of Middle Eastern persuasion available to him. But for their second song, 'Kinky Vans', he ...

King Creosote: It's the Wee Folk Hobbit!

Profile and Interview by Jude Rogers, The Word, December 2006

After 20 years, King Creosote — humble cottage-industry troubadour — has reached the Rivendell of a major label and a signing to Elton John's management. ...

'Song to the Siren''s irresistible tang

Retrospective by Martin Aston, The Guardian, 17 November 2011

Its writer refused to record it. Pat Boone almost killed it. Then it was resurrected as a B-side to an indie prestige project. Martin Aston on how ...

see also King Creosote and Jon Hopkins


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