15. King Krule, '6 Feet Beneath the Moon'
Dubstep, at least Stateside, isn't exactly known for contemplative mope. Enter Archy Marshall, would could grow into the genre's Morrissey. His pleasantly out of focus, ice-flow hip-hop beats are cut with double-Scotch pianos and watery guitars. Lazy-bloke admissions like "I will end up on the dole/It's my life" sound at once tired, sad, tough and drunk. This charming man!