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Check out photos of King Krule and Standing on the Corner at the Fillmore

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.
Photograph: Chris Sikich

The unique sounds of 24-year-old musician King Krule, a.k.a Archy Marshall, filled the Fillmore Philadelphia on Wednesday night.

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

Playing behind his 2017 record, The OOZ, he and his band entranced local music lovers with the sounds that make up the record—everything from rock to jazz and hip-hop.

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

He punched the air with his bloodied-mouth vocals and spurts of guitar rage, and got the crowd particularly amped when he went into “Dum Surfer.” The song, which chronicles some of his youthful mishaps in a stream-of-consciousness style, had the audience singing along in ecstatic bursts, showing Krule’s deep connection to his audience.

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

Led by Gio Escobar, Standing on the Corner opened the show with an array of genre-bending material.

Standing on the Corner performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

With a hip-hop style that reaches towards jazz and beyond, Escobar and the rest of his band have a knack for taking songs in unexpected directions.

Standing on the Corner performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

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King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

 

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.

 

King Krule performs at the Fillmore Philadelphia.
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