Author Archives: Bastien Rayno

  1. Single Serving: Jack Garratt – Chemical

    London’s alt-experimental singer/producer Jack Garratt has officially announced the follow up to his immersive debut EP. The four-track EP is called The Synesthesiac and is set for a April 13 release through Island Records. It’s self-produced record and features the recent “The Love You’re Given” and the newly released single “Chemical.” It features a subtle Continue…


  2. Single Serving: Young Wonder – Intergalactic

    Cork based electro-pop duo Young Wonder return this week with the stellar new single “Intergalactic.” It’s the first new material we’ve heard from them since their sophomore Show Your Teeth EP dropped back in 2013. This new track showcases the glitchy production of Ian Ring (Talos, HUNTAR) and stunning, dreamy vocals by Rachel Koeman. Listen Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Royce Wood Junior – Midnight

    After dropping two hot EPs, Jamie Woon collaborator Royce Wood Junior is set to release his much anticipated debut full-length titled The Ashen Tang on May 11th through the independent London-based record label and management family 37 Adventures. Listen to first taste to it in form of the slinky “Midnight”. A classic up tempo soul Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Pink Gloves – 80s Girls

    Here is the delightful second-ever single from Prague-based newcomer Petr Pliska, alias Pink Gloves, in the form of the nostalgic and heady electro-pop vibe “80s Girls.” The track follows his excellent debut “Fading Stars” and it’s inspired by the movies from John Hughes and the garish dress worn by Molly Ringwald in “Pretty in Pink” Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Equals – Black On Gold

    East London based boy-boy duo Equals unveil their new single in form of “Black On Gold.” It’s a deeply soulful cut with driving hooks meeting shimmering synth textures and their trademark sub bass. The new track follows last year’s critically acclaimed debut Single Soul EP and highlights an astonishingly soulful and powerful performance from vocalist Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Alex Burey – The Intimidator

    Following the previous title-track, London producer and singer songwriter Alex Burey have unveiled “The Intimidator,” the lead single taken from his forthcoming debut 4-track EP titled Inside World out on February 9th. A slow-burning and subtle soft-pop piece of work. Take a listen below.

  7. Single Serving: MK Grands – Visionary IX

    Sydney-based Daniel Cartisano records atmospheric jams as MK Grands. Following his acclaimed debut single “Throne” he has returned with his second-ever self-produced song called “Visionary IX.” It’s powerful and methodical piece of work and is set for a release through the brand new silky electronic label Morpheme Records. Take a listen below.

  8. The 10 Best Album Covers of 2014

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    This year brought a lot of changes to Turntable Kitchen. In addition to the launch of the new website and the release of new products in the shop, 2014 also marked the first year we’ve had regular contributors on the site. Those contributors are a huge part of why this year’s also been the best Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Oceaán – Candour

    Manchester-based young singer-producer Oceaán has shared a new cut taken from his forthcoming incredible sophomore four-track Grip EP out on December 8th through Chess Club (UK) and B3SCI records (US). The track is titled “Candour” and it’s an atmospheric deep piece of work dipped into a soulful soft-electro-pop ambient style, really impressive vibes from this Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Nick Hill – Know This

    Sydney-based newcomer Nick Hill unveils his first release “Know This” taken from his forthcoming debut EP titled Rut out on November 26th through Yes Please Records. Pay attention to the slinky light percussion. Pretty amazing effort, looking forward to hear more: “I trust my eyes don’t lie”.

  11. Single Serving: The 1975 – Medicine

    Manchester four-piece The 1975 have unveiled their sensitively emoted contribution to BBC Radio 1’s re-score of Nicolas Winding Refn’s modern classic Drive. The track is called “Medicine” and it marks the return of the band after their debut self-titled full-length out last year. “Medicine” proves to be the perfect match with this interesting concept and Continue…

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