Music

  1. Single Serving: Nite Swim – Pool Party

    “Pool Party” is the debut single from recent University of Southern California grads Cary Singer and Aaron Childs who record as Nite Swim. The jam is a slick, tongue-in-cheek r&b groove crafted from sleazy funk bass riffs, clicking percussion and neon-lit synths. In other words, it’s an inviting tune that promises good times for all.

    Take a listen to the debut single from Los Angeles-based Nite Swim.


  2. Single Serving: vōx – Money (dream tiger immortal remix)

    Los Angeles-based Sarah Winters, who records as vōx (pronounced “wokes”), caught our attention late last year with her debut single “Better.” It’s a lurching, lovingly textured jam that clicks, stutters, and grinds along with steady-gazed confidence and powerful production. Let’s just say it was more than sufficient to convince us that she was one to Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Loon Lake – Surfin’

    With a weather forecast of sunny and 85 on this beautiful Northern California weekend, Loon Lake‘s “Surfin” is going to be the fuel to keep my party going till Monday rears it’s ugly face. How do you spell Friday night, world?

  4. Turntable Kitchen’s Guide To SXSW 2015

    It’s exhausting. It’s a mess. And I sure hope you don’t mind standing in lines. SXSW Music returns next week and, despite it all, it remains our favorite music festival in the world. Unlike traditional music festivals, SXSW offers you an endless variety of options at any given moment. You can catch some of your Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Shura – 2Shy

    The UK-bsaed Shura impresses again with her latest single “2Shy.” It’s a sparkling and airy groove crafted around a shuffling rhythm and crystalline melody to accompany Shura’s cool, soft croon. Just further proof this girl’s going to blow up before you know it. If you’ll be in Austin next week for SXSW you can catch Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Mikky Ekko – Smile (Salt Cathedral Remix)

    Salt Cathedral tackled a remix of Mikky Ekko‘s “Smile” and it’s safe to say the results are pretty special. Initially, their treatment spotlights the pretty piano & vocals composition of the original before imbuing the tune with a little extra weight courtesy of skittering bleeps, distorted harmonies, and some propulsive house-inspired rhythms. Take a listen.

  7. Single Serving: Harry Edwards – How Is It Full

    Norfolk producer Harry Edwards continues to impress with his latest single “How Is It Full.” It’s a tense and mesmerizing post-dubstep cut with a beguiling progression built from alternating rhythms, haunting synths, distorted vocals, and layer upon layer of intriguing sonic texture. He’s definitely caught our attention. It’s available as a free download courtesy of Continue…

  8. Single Serving: BASECAMP – N2DEEP (Genesis Cover)

    BASECAMP just dropped an inspired cover of Genesis’ classic jam “In Too Deep” and it’s unsurprisingly great. They slightly tone down the strong hook on the original and flesh it out with some highly textured electronics. The results are very satisfying. Of course, this isn’t the first time they’ve completely reimagined a mega pop hit Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Oh Wonder – Lose It

    Upholding their promise to release a new single on the first of every month for a year, Oh Wonder’s February release “Lose It” is by far my favorite to date. Like a classic ball gown Josephine’s elegant vocals are front and center, handsomely draped in rhythmic ivory keys, adorned with finger-snaps and muffled horns, and Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Sufjan Stevens – Should Have Known Better

    It’s been a too long since we’ve last heard a full album of new material from Sufjan Stevens. Thankfully that changes on March 30th with the release of his latest LP Carrie & Lowell. Some artists’ discography become bigger, grander, more produced with each subsequent release. Based on what we’ve heard thus far, Stevens appears Continue…

  11. Single Serving: AMARILLO – Breaches

    Maybe AMARILLO‘s new single could soundtrack an uncanny Western movie, in which David Bowie would gallop in front of Sergio Leone’s camera with great, psychedelically-hued rocks in the background. Or maybe is it just a game of Chinese checkers between Damon Albarn and Hokusai. Well, Listen to the psycho surf “Breaches” below. The song is Continue…

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