Music

  1. 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…

    We chat with Visuals' Andrew Fox about genre-defying omelets, vinyl shopping in Berlin, and working with DARKSIDE.

  2. 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…

  3. 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…

  4. Ejecta – Dominae

    If you’re not already familiar with them, Ejecta is the project of vocalist/songwriter Leanne Macomber (Neon Indian) and producer/multi-instrumentalist Joel Ford (Ford & Lopatin). It’s also a character the duo created as inspiration for the project. In volcanology, ejecta refers to the “the sediment which settles to the ocean floor after an eruption or seismic shift” Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Paperwhite – Pieces

    Our friends Katie and Ben from Paperwhite announced their debut EP today and dropped a new single to coincide with the announcement. The slick new cut is titled “Pieces” and it’s a twinkling, neon-tinged jam that’s as bright as it is magnetic. Katie explains “Pieces” by noting that it “describes the trance and magnetism of love at first Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Mexico City Blondes – Fade

    “Fade left fade right Fade out completely Without all this noise I could sing so sweetly” Like a scene in a movie, the noise in the background fades and all that’s left is the thoughts of the protagonist; a preteen being lectured by his parents, drifting off to the playground. A mid 40′s man in Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Sheer Mag – What You Want

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    Sheer Mag is a spanking new band out of Philly whose music sounds like its forty years old. Their debut single, “What You Want,” is a scrappy song bolstered by fuzzy guitars and an even fuzzier vocal performance—a carefree three and a half minutes that finds the perfect balance between power and pop. While nothing Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Speelburg – Aubrey

    Speelburg is the project of (written, directed and starring) Noah Sacré. Concise but grandly arranged and thoughtfully textured, his debut track “Aubrey” is a simmering r&b groove filled with stirring strings and clattering hip hop inspired percussion. Take a listen.

  9. Single Serving: Lost Boy ? – Hollywood

    For a group that sounds like the slightly-warped offspring of Wavves and old Weezer, Lost Boy ?’s newest track is pretty uplifting. “Hollywood” deals with stories of sadness in two of the most celebrated cities in the U.S.; New York and L.A. Hailing from the former’s buroughs, the indie punk quartet rebuffs the urban blues Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Tei Shi – Bassically

    Tei Shi (a.k.a. Valerie Teicher) returns today with a brand new jam titled “Bassically.” And we’re a little obsessed with it. Built from glossy drum machine beats and a kinetic bassline, it’s a beautiful disco pop groove that’ll make you want to bob your head, tap your feet, and eventually get up and dance.  All the while, Teicher showcases her Continue…

  11. TK037: Black Honey – Sleep Forever b/w Teenager

    Like most people, we have our favorite bands that we’ve been listening to for years and years, but we’ve always been the most excited about music when it’s a hot new discovery. Well, you won’t find many bands that are newer and more exciting than Brighton up-and-comers Black Honey. In fact, they’re so new they haven’t even released Continue…

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