Tag: King Creosote

Album: The Burns Unit – Side Show

‘Supergroup’ is one of those terms that gets thrown out there all the time. Two or three folks get together from different bands for a side project, and suddenly its a supergroup. Except usually it’s not. Usually it’s not nearly…

Festival: Joe does Green Man

The images conjured up at the mention of the Green Man festival have, sadly, not quite matched the reality in the last couple of years. Where young children should have been gaily running amok in the secret garden, instead they’ve been whining about the mud. And when you’ve been dying to just stretch out on the grass and let the music wash over you, all that washed over you was the rain.

Single: King Creosote – No One Had It Beter

Domino records are never happy. Already having given us superb stuff from the likes of Eugene McGuinness, Lightspeed Champion and Cass McCombs, they now have released King Creosote’s latest album Flick the Vs. No One had It Better is taken off this album which is roughly Creosote A.K.A Kenny Anderson’s fortieth release.

King Creosote for impromptu Bandstand Busk tonight

King Creosote will play an impromptu set in Hyde Park this evening ahead of their gig at the 100 Club.

The Fife based collective are the latest band to perform on one of the many bandstands in London’s parks this summer.

King Creosote

King Creosote is Kenny Anderson, a lo-fi folk singer-songwriter from north-east Fife, Scotland, who began releasing solo tracks on Fence Records, the label he formed in 1995. We Say: The brilliant single Coast on By is a particularly likeable song…