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Single Serving: The Record Company – Super Dead

This little gem of bluesy rock n’ roll found its way to my inbox the other day, and Kasey and I have been bopping around the kitchen to these twangy grooves and gritty rhythms ever since. The Record Company is a Los Angeles-based three piece that bang out Muddy Waters & John Lee Hooker inspired blues riffs on all of the traditional tools of the trade: pedal steel, bass, guitar, piano and harmonica. What can I say? It’s a comfort recipe that never gets old.

The Record Company – Don’t Let Me Get Lonely
The Record Company – This Crooked City

Head to their Facebook page for more.

Posted by Matthew Hickey


Matthew is the music editor and co-founder of Turntable Kitchen. He’s addicted to vinyl records, pour over coffee, craft beer, small batch bourbon, and pan roasting pork chops.

  • Brian

    Don’t Let Me Get Lonely is awesome!

    I love the band name too; really simple but kinda ballsy.

  • Danae

    YES! I agree Brian so so good. I have been listening to this on repeat for days. Thanks for including the review.


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