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Recorded during his final shows before lockdown "You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down" is a live album with a purpose, to show King Krule fans what they missed out on and introduce newcomers to Archy Marshall's catalogue.
There are a handful of musicians who have the rare gift of being essential live. You know what we're on about, when someone says: "yeah but have you seen 'em live?" Marshall is one of those artists, and for many fans who scored tickets for his aborted 2020 tour, "You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down" is gonna be a vibe. For the rest of us, it's a solid peek into his process, as he re-imagines tracks from his last album "Man Alive!" and 2017's "The OOZ", alongside a few oldies fo the heads.
It's not his only live album - 2018's "Live on the Moon" fills in the gaps - but "You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down" illustrates how casual and confident Marshall is on stage, especially with his new material. Free from studio recording, we get to witness his punkish nonchalance in all its glory.