Music

  1. Single Serving: Oceaán – Veritas (Young & Sick’s Mixed Feelings)

    Los Angeles’ Young & Sick (the project of Nick van Hofwegen) tackles Oceaán‘s “Veritas” and holy shit does he ever nail it. He completely reframes the original with a brand new arrangement that maintains the original’s ivory-framed melody and vocals while constructing a brand new, bewitching composition. On repeat.

  2. Single Serving: Oxford Drama – Limbo

    We became a little obsessed with Polish duo Oxford Drama after discovering their debut EP earlier this year. Their latest single “Limbo” is set with a highly textured, slowly percolating ambiance that builds along a bright, bouncing bass riff and deep, gradually unfurling percussion. It’s lush and thoughtfully arranged; a warm and simmering treat for a Continue…

  3. Top 10 Albums of 2014 (by Shelly West)

    *photo by Wyatt Worcel 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 Continue…

  4. The 10 Best Shows of 2014 (by Andrew Brandt)

    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…

  5. Top 10 Live Performances of 2014 (by Jeffrey Silverstein)

    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…

  6. Single Serving: Night Beds – Me, Liquor and God

    In 2013 Nashville native Winston Yellen (who records as Night Beds) released Country Sleep, a confident album full of folk-tinged, guitar driven tracks. He’s remained pretty quiet since, but recently dropped the new single “Me, Liquor and God” which signifies the beginning of a bold new sound for Night Beds. The wistful melodies of songs Continue…

  7. 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…

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    Happy holidays friends new and old! Welcome to the download page for all of the MP3s for TK039. You’ll find MP3s for The Night VI 7″ as well as a downloadable MP3 mixtape featuring some of the best new music we’ve discovered this month. It’s a pretty fun and eclectic mix, so I’m pretty sure you’ll find Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Spirit Faces – Cloudplay

    A steadfast xylophone melody, a drumbeat tumbling down a set of stairs, gentle storytelling vocal sets and a triumphant synth, Spirit Faces‘ “Cloudplay” is a dynamic masterpiece. Completely original and addicting……….it’s like a pop hybrid. He doesn’t have many Soundcloud followers yet, but I’m sure that will change drastically as this Sydney based, wet behind the Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Osca – Blood (GEMS Remix)

    The debut single “Blood” by London four piece Osca get’s the remix treatment courtesy of our friends in GEMS. And it’s just as sweeping, darkly lit and cinematic as you might expect from a collaboration by the two up-and-coming bands. Take a listen to the remix and the original below. It’ll give you chills.

  11. Single Serving: Mahaut Mondino – The Great Elements

    Mahaut Mondino made her stateside debut at the end of November with an utterly addicting single, “The Great Elements.” The genre-bending Parisian songstress jumps between vocal registers with stunning agility, set along clean piano and a groove-worthy pulse. Thematically, she pulls from the ancient Greek philosopher Empedocles, who is cited with the four-element theory of Continue…

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