Music

  1. Single Serving: Communions – So Long Sun

    Nighttime summer anthems are enjoyable because we know that, in the summer, the blistering sun will return as quickly as it set. As fall folds into winter, however, the sun seems to be gone more than its present; we appreciate its setting less and less. Don’t fret though: Danish quartet Communions has an anecdote for Continue…

    As the days get shorter, Danish quartet Communions has an anecdote for your sunless sickness with the epic “So Long Sun.”

  2. Single Serving: Indiana – Jack

    I was first introduced to Lauren Henson, otherwise known as Indiana, back in early 2013 when she released her sinfully delicious single,”Bound” (which you can hear here). Her soft innocent vocals backed by a menacing beat, lured my ears closer and closer until a perfectly calculated electric guitar riff struck like a cobra on it’s Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Dirt Dress – Twelve Pictures

    “Twelve Pictures” — the latest single from LA trio Dirt Dress — is a steady march set on a solid foundation of constant drums, chant-along vocals and persistent, fuzzy guitars. But the best moments of “Twelve Pictures” occur when that dang saxophone butts in. And whether it’s the roughhousing it delivers after the first build, Continue…

  4. Single Serving: BRONCHO – Class Historian

    In a sense, power pop is simple: its just melodies and riffs—that’s it. Being able to craft catchy, succinct rock tunes, however, is a heck of a lot harder than it seems. Which is why “Class Historian,” a single from Oklahoma band BRONCHO’s Just Enough Hip to Be Woman, is so impressive. “Class Historian” is Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Angel Olsen – May As Well

    As we previously noted, Angel Olsen‘s excellent Burn Your Fire For No Witness is getting the deluxe treatment. The digital only deluxe edition includes 5 bonus tracks including the previously released “All Right Now” (which you can stream here). It also includes “May As Well” and “Endless Road” which will be familiar to anyone who scored a Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Shamir – On The Regular

    Pic by Aaron Richter. Las Vegas’ Shamir is easily one of our favorite new discoveries from 2014. His Northtown EP was one of those fantastic debuts that seemed to spring up from nowhere. It turns out we aren’t alone in our appreciation either. He’s recently signed with XL Recordings and he’s already filed a video for new track “On Continue…

  7. Single Serving: The Preatures – Somebody’s Talking

    I have respect for songs that can get my body to do a little dance without my brain cognizant of the little shoulder shimmy I’m getting down on. It probably happens more often than I realize, but right now I happen to be very aware that I’m sitting in an office chair with my knee Continue…

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    Welcome to your one stop spot for all digital downloads related to TK037. We’ve got downloadable MP3s of the tracks from this month’s single alongside all of the MP3s for this month’s mixtape. The mixtape kicks off with Carroll’s “Bad Water” and then we kick it up a notch with Fickle Friends high-energy pop jam “For Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Tashaki Miyaki – The Beautiful Ones (Prince Cover)

    Los Angeles dream-pop duo Tashaki Miyaki have laid down a cover of Prince’s “The Beautiful Ones” (from his majesty’s beloved Purple Rain LP). It’s a subtle, shimmery take on the tune with sparsely thread percussion and a warped, flowing melody. Take a listen.

  10. Single Serving: HAERTS – No One Needs to Know

    ‘Roundabout this time last year, HAERTS debuted their first EP, which quickly wiggled its way into our minds and, well, hearts. Now, we’re happily queuing up to listen to their first full-length, a self-titled record released today via Columbia Records. “No One Needs to Know” is one of several singles released off of the brand-new Continue…

  11. Single Serving: BAILE & Camille Corazón – Too Much

    Brooklyn, New York producer BAILE teams up with producer/vocalist Camille Corazón for his latest single “Too Much.” Despite the title, it’s a subtle, smooth-rolling groove with airy ambiance and tight percussion. Take a listen.

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