King Creosote

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King Creosote Biography

In 1994, the singer / songwriter with Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra and Khartoum Heroes realised that an increasing number of his songs were either not folky / bluegrassy enough for the Dubhs, or had too few chords for the Heroes. King Creosote crowned himself to bring to the world - "songs with relatively few chords in a non-bluegrass style", except in those cases where "this song is an over-elaborate bluegrass ditty". In 2005, KC live might, fully clothed, only sport the accordion, with some rare guitar / banjo / box-playing from Pip Dylan of Spain, naturist and ogre of beauty.

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The Latest King Creosote News

Scottish Bands Compete For Inaugural Say Prize

13th April 2012

Rockers Mogwai and King Creosote & Jon Hopkins are among the acts competing to have their records named Scottish Album...

Off Festival 2012: Iggy And The Stooges And Kim Gordon To Perform At Polish Festival

14th March 2012

OFF Festival 2012 have announced more acts playing at the event in the summer. The House of Love, King Creosote,...

Elbow And Goldfrapp Sign Up For Little Noise Sessions

3rd October 2011

Elbow, Marina and the Diamonds and Goldfrapp have signed up for this year's Little Noise Sessions. The artists have the...

Adele Doesn't Need To Win Mercury Prize.

27th August 2011

Adele "doesn't need" to win the Barclaycard Mercury Prize.The Grammy award-winning singer's latest album '21' is up for the coveted...

Tinie Tempah Grateful For Mercury Nomination

19th July 2011

Tinie Tempah has his "fingers crossed" following his nomination for the Barclaycard Mercury Prize.The rapper is overjoyed that his debut...

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King Creosote Reviews

King Creosote - Meursault and Animal Magic Tricks, Cold Seeds Album Review

5th July 2010

Upon receiving an album to review, it's somewhat puzzling to see the words 'Must Listens:...

King Creosote - Flick The Vs Album Review

28th May 2009

Review of King Creosote's album Flick The VsWith songs about nosey neighbours, mental illness and...

King Creosote - Bombshell Album Review

1st October 2007

King CreosoteBombshell Album ReviewDo you hear the words 'country' and 'folk' and impulsively emit a...

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King Creosote Festivals

Brew at the Bog

3rd May 2014

The Green Man Festival

14th August 2014

The Moor Music Festival

12th August 2010

Connect Music Festival

29th August 2008

Bestival

4th September 2014

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King Creosote Footage Film / Movie Reviews

Separado! 2009, Review by Rich Cline

This offbeat road movie documents the history of Welsh colonists in South America through the...

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King Creosote Interviews

King Creosote, Interview

12th September 2006

King CreosoteInterview In 1995 Kenny Anderson, then lead singer/songwriter for the Scottish bands Skuobhie Dubh...

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The Latest King Creosote Press Releases

King Creosote Announces New Ep 'To Deal With Things' Out August 27th 2012

24th July 2012

Come in! Get your oilskins off. Put your feet up. Help yourself to Earl Grey and a macaroni pie...

King Creosote 'I Learned From The Gaels' Ep Released 28th May 2012

17th April 2012

Salutations, ye of striking visage and exquisite musical taste! Come hither and let us...

King Creosote & Jon Hopkins Release John Taylor's Month Away / Missionary On 5th February 2012

13th December 2011

As 2012 gets properly under way, King Creosote...

King Creosote & Jon Hopkins Release New Ep, Honest Words, On 19th September 2011

2nd August 2011

Following the Mercury nomination for their first collaborative album Diamond Mine, King...

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