Filed under: Arts, creativity, music, The Scotsman | Tags: diamond mine, East Neuk of Fife Music scene, fife music, Kenny Anderson, king creosote, King Creosote and Jon Hopkins, npr music
This is a great concept and nobody could be better suited than King Creosote with Jon Hopkins showcasing the two best songs from Diamond Mine.
I couldn’t agree more with NPR’s point of view…
At the risk of serving up a spoiler three months in advance, King Creosote and Jon Hopkins‘ Diamond Mine is going to turn up near the top of many Best Albums of 2011 lists on this website. The breathless love isn’t unanimous across the NPR Music staff, but it’s widespread and intense, and rightfully so. For all its brevity — just seven songs in 32 minutes — Diamond Mine is an absolutely spectacular record, as plainspoken and charming as it is breathtaking in its cinematic sweep.