Music

  1. Single Serving: Tom Lark – Never Be Your Man

    New Zealand-based songwriter Tom Lark is set for a break out year. He’s recently inked a deal with Universal, opened for Elvis Costello, and released an excellent new EP. The five track EP is a pretty solid effort from start to finish, but we’ve been particularly hooked on the track “Never Be Your Man.” It features an easy-going melody Continue…

    The latest release by New Zealand native Tom Lark is a solid five track bedroom dream-pop EP that you can download for FREE.

  2. Single Serving: Kid Wave – Gloom

    Kid Wave is on a teasing streak with the release of their second single, “Gloom,” off of their upcoming 4-track EP of the same name. Rife with hazy guitars, chiming melodies and muddled vocals, the track has the aura of life on the precipice; like something is waiting out there but we don’t quite know Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Bully – Milkman

    Nashville band Bully just dropped the lead single from their upcoming self-released EP and it’s a certified banger. Led by singer Alicia Bognanno, the fuzzed out “Milkman” is a fast paced bit of pop-punk infused indie with some garage rock influences to boot. It’s just unfortunate that before you know it, the just over 2-minute Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Sleater-Kinney – Bury Our Friends

    A big shout out to the universe for being awesome today. There’d been hints that a Sleater-Kinney reunion might be in the works for some time now, and earlier today those rumors were confirmed as true when the Sleater-Kinney camp announced that the incredibly beloved trio are back with a new album titled No Cities To Love which will Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Grand Pavilion – Weightless

    Brisbane-based outfit boy-boy duo and producers Tom Hunt and Stuart McNair are Grand Pavilion. They explore layering samples and electronic production with the new single “Weightless” taken from their forthcoming debut Secrets EP (out before the end the year). The song is available as a free download over at the band’s Soundcloud. Our only complaint? The end comes too soon.

  6. Single Serving: Houndmouth – Casino

    This may be my longest post to date…..okay well it’s only my third post, so that’s not saying much. First – a little #historylesson for ya here. So there used to be this website called “We Are Hunted,” basically it was a chart for emerging artists, an indie top 100 so to speak. Well long Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Crying – Batang Killjoy

    If you’re in need of some seriously fun melodies combined with epic video game sounds, you’ll want to press play on the latest offering from Crying. And that description merely scratches the surface of the band’s sound. The delicate vocals of lead singer Elaiza Santos float underneath the calculated yet chaotic mix – creating something Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Monster Rally & Jay Stone – Cognac (feat. Brandon Rayson)

    Exotic rhythm manipulator Monster Rally (a.k.a. Ted Feighan) is back and this time he’s brought friends. His latest, Foreign Pedestrians, is the first collaborative release between the LA-based producer and Oakland-based emcee Jay Stone. On the album’s smoky lounge set first single “Cognac” Feighan lays out a funky, sax-sampling vibe for Stone and guest emcee Brandon Rayson to spill out juicy narratives about Continue…

  9. Interview: Visuals

    Berlin-via-NYC songwriter/guitarist/producer Andrew Fox, aka VISUALS is no stranger to the world of Turntable Kitchen. A Pairings Box alumini, Fox has stirred our attention via his brand of psych-experimentalism since the release of his 2013, Darkside produced EP. As VISUALS, Fox’s songwriting is lionhearted. Transcendental and deeply soothing, there is a backbone to his compositions oftentimes absent in the realm of Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Josef Salvat – Open Season

    When I heard Josef Salvat‘s “Every Night” for the first time last year my finger developed some sort of compulsive disorder, it kept hitting repeat…..repeat….repeat, repeat, repeat. The song was, relaxing, cheerful and encouraging; I just couldn’t get enough. New songs eventually fade on the ears and we all move on to the next great Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Carroll – Bad Water

    “Bad Water,” the first single from Carroll’s forthcoming debut record, recalls the dreaminess of Wild Nothing and the ease of Real Estate. Steeped in longing synths and familiar guitars, the track fits as comfortably as your favorite fall sweater and sounds as pretty as the leaves look when their colors start to run. Honestly, there’s Continue…

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