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  1. Single Serving; Tennis – I’m Callin’

    Denver husband and wife duo Tennis further experiment with disco-grooves and dreamy pop vibes on their latest track “I”m Callin’.” It’s bright, springy and neon-lit – and, more importantly, a ton of fun. It’s the second single from their forthcoming LP Ritual In Repeat which drops on September 9th via Communion. If you missed it before Continue…

    Denver husband and wife duo Tennis further experiment with disco-grooves and dreamy vibes on their latest track "I"m Callin'."


  2. Single Serving: Tennis – Never Work For Free

    Earlier this week Denver-based husband & wife duo Tennis announced the first single “Never Work For Free” from their highly-anticipated new album Ritual In Repeat. The album will be released September 9th via Communion Records and features production duties from a number of notable producers including Patrick Carney (The Black Keys), Jim Eno (Spoon), and Richard Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Tennis – Guiding Light (Television Cover)

    Denver-based musical married duo Tennis are back with a spindly, starry-skied cover of Television’s “Guiding Light.” Enjoy! Catch ’em on tour (unless you live in California or most of the West Coast).

  4. Musical Pairings: Tennis – Young & Old

    Having an cute backstory can cut both ways, as Denver, Colorado-based husband and wife duo Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore have learned. For example, it’s well reported that Riley & Moore wrote their debut record while on a seven-month long sailing expedition around the Eastern Atlantic Seaboard. Inevitably the story became “reiterated to the point Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Tennis – Tell Her No (The Zombies Cover)

    The independent music world is a funny place in 2011. Last summer, like many other people, I’d fallen in love with the pair of introductory EPs released by Denver, Colorado husband and wife duo Tennis. Because of how much I liked those two singles I had high expectations for their debut album. Maybe unrealistically high Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Tennis – "South Carolina" single

    Tennis consists of Denver, Colorado-based husband and wife duo Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore.  They record breezy lo-fi pop tunes that would perfectly soundtrack any idyllic 60’s-era beach party.  Their debut single – “South Carolina” – is being released by Fire Talk and sold out weeks before it’s July 27 release date.  So you may Continue…

  7. Early Spring Playlist

    Our friends from San Francisco-based Cuyana, invited us to create a playlist for their first popup in Seattle. We wanted to make a playlist that was upbeat, fun, and packed with a lot of our favorite new music. There are no fewer than two tracks from that new Spoon album on here, along with the Continue…

  8. ExclusiveTK065

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK065. Below you’ll find downloadable copies of the tracks from this month’s vinyl plus a digital Spotify mixtape featuring some of our favorite new music. Crumb – Crumb EP (.zip file) 01. Crumb – So Tired 02. Crumb – Bones 03. Crumb – Vinta Turntable Kitchen TK065 Playlist This month’s playlist Continue…

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK063. Below you’ll find downloadable copies of the tracks from this month’s vinyl plus a digital Spotify mixtape featuring some of our favorite new music. Please, Please, Please – A Tribute To The Smiths (.zip file) 01. Kitten – Panic 02. Doug Martsch – Reel Around Continue…

  10. Single Serving: BoardWalk – I’m To Blame

    Los Angeles’ duo BoardWalk, Mike Edge and Amber Quintero, started recording music together last summer. The dreamy and ethereal “I’m To Blame” is the first release and calls to mind early releases by Beach House or Tennis. In other words, despite sounding pretty minimalist and DIY in nature, the tune is nonetheless atmospheric and lovingly melodic. Take Continue…

  11. Turntable Kitchen’s ‘Fall Dinner’ Mix

    Welcome to another meal-themed Turntable Kitchen mixtape (you may remember our Breakfast Mix from a couple of months back). For this one, Kasey asked me to compile “five or six songs” to accompany her Fall Dinner Menu post. Obviously I couldn’t stop with only six tracks, so you’re getting a full fledged mix. My goal Continue…