1. Single Serving: Françoise Hardy – Quel Mal Y A-t’il A Ça

    Light In The Attic has recently announced that they’ll be releasing brand new represses of five of Françoise Hardy‘s classic albums. Although several of these had been recently reissued on 180-gram in Europe, this is the first official U.S. release for many of these records in decades and, in some cases, ever. I’m particularly excited Continue…

    Pre-order reissues of five of Françoise Hardy's hard-to-find albums from Light In The Attic.

  2. Single Serving: Here We Go Magic – Ordinary Feeling

    Here We Go Magic has announced that they’ll be returning with their first new collection of songs since 2012’s A Different Ship. They’d recently shared the album’s bubbly, synth-heavy first single “Falling” and, earlier today, they dropped the more intimate and stripped down ballad “Ordinary Feeling” which has a distinctly American Analog Set-like vibe to Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Promised Land Sound – Other Worldly Pleasures

    In a classic sounding psych-rock mix filled with guitar solos and hazy gang vocals, Nashville’s Promised Land Sound have a winner with the memorable “Other Worldly Pleasures.” A cut from their sophomore album For Use and Delight, Promised Land Sound are a cross-generational treat.

  4. Single Serving: Majical Cloudz – Silver Car Crash

    Montreal electronic band Majical Cloudz (Devon Welsh and Matthew Otto) have a strong back catalogue of mellow, electro-pop fit for your melancholia, but “Silver Car Crash,” the first single from their forthcoming album Are You Alone? out Oct. 16th, is some of their strongest work to date. Inspired by the Andy Warhol painting “Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)” Majical Continue…

  5. Single Serving: La Plage – Continente

    Oh man. This new single “Continente” from Belgian trio La Plage is pretty irresistible. It’ll only take a few spins before it’s mesmerizing, slowly-unfurling groove gets stuck in your head. That was true for me anyhow. Give it a play and see for yourself.

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    Welcome to the digital download page for TK047. From here you can download MP3s of the tracks from this month’s vinyl and our latest mixtape featuring the best new music we’ve heard this month! The vinyl this month features the debut 8-song mixtape by San Francisco’s very own No Vacation. Yup, we’ve packed this one Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Monogem – Earned It (The Weeknd Cover)

    Our friends in Los Angeles-based duo Monogem (i.e. songwriter/vocalist Jen Hirsh and producer Scott Smith) have returned with a particularly smooth and sensual cover of The Weeknd’s “Earned It.” Let’s just say that I’m impressed. You should definitely give this one a listen.

  8. Single Serving: DEATHS – Voices

    Berlin-based DEATHS return with their latest effort entitled “Voices.” The collective craft a pure emotional depth dipped into gorgeous vocals. The track captures the introspective melancholia of DEATHS’ soul so seamlessly that you just want to play it again and again. Taken from a forthcoming EP out later this year.

  9. Single Serving: Destroyer – Times Square

    Destroyer, i.e. The New Pornographer contributor Dan Bejar, is returning later this month with a brand new album titled Poison Season. As you’d expect, he’s recently released some singles from the album to promote the release. The latest is titled “Times Square” and it’s an unusually sunny and infectious cut built from piano, sax, and Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Slum Sociable – All Night

    This jam from Australian newcomers Slum Sociable sports a little extra chill. Blending jazz, trip hop, and electronica, it’s both smooth and laid back like a glass of your favorite brown liquor served on the rocks in a reserved private booth. Take a listen below.

  11. Single Serving: Totally Mild – When I’m Tired

    I’m definitely enjoying the light, springy vibe on this latest single from Melbourne, Australia’s Totally Mild. It’s an upbeat and over-before-you-know-it little ditty with deceptively dark lyrics titled “When I’m Tired.” It’s pulled from their debut LP Down Time via Bedroom Suck Records.

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