Music

  1. Single Serving: Tweedy – Wait For Love

    Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer have a new band appropriately called Tweedy. Dad sings and plays guitar while his son lays down the beat. The duo will release their debut record Sukierae on September 23. Below you can hear two of the tracks for them album. “Wait For Love” is a crisp, swaying ballad with finger plucked guitar, Continue…

    Listen to a pair of jams from the debut album from Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer. #dadrock

  2. TK034: Blood Cultures – Indian Summer b/w Meavy Hetal

    Some artists are larger than life. Indeed, in the case of artists like Kanye West, Johnny Cash, or Prince, it can be difficult to distinguish the music from the artist’s personality. Of course, on the other end of the spectrum are artists who quietly let their music speak for itself. And now, thanks to websites like Soundcloud Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Saint Pepsi – Fiona Coyne

    Dance-pop specialist Saint Pepsi, a.k.a. Ryan DeRobertis, makes good on his promise of “no more samples” on his Carpark Records debut. The single’s a-side is the infectious and strutting “Fiona Coyne” that’s built around a funky bass riff, punchy horns, and neon synths. “My love’s on the silver screen/ she’s always playing make believe,” sings DeRobertis as he Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Adelyn Rose – Perhaps

    Most days slide by with ease. But every once in a while there are times when it feels like the world stops, if only for a minute, to hit us with something heavy. “Perhaps,” a meditative offering from Wisconsin five-piece Adelyn Rose, is the moment after the blow wherein we catch our breath, grab our Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Death From Above 1979 – Trainwreck 1979

    Toronto’s dance-punk duo Death From Above 1979 are officially back with brand new tunes. As you’ll probably recall, the duo disbanded back in 2006, but reunited in 2011. They’ve been teasing new material ever since the reunion and we finally get our first taste in the way of the snarling, rhythmic (and surprisingly melodic) rocker “Trainwreck Continue…

  6. Single Serving: The Kite String Tangle – Arcadia

    Australian producer/songwriter/vocalist Danny Harley, aka The Kite Sting Tangle, returns with the down tempo electronic single “Arcadia” – the first installment of his forthcoming highly anticipated debut Vessel EP. The song reflects upon those unobtainable ideals that we all create in certain situations. In this case it focuses on a post-relationship situation where you want to Continue…

  7. Single Servings: Hundred Waters – Murmurs

    There are tracks that can be compartmentalized. They fit within a genre, tucked neatly within a tab at the record store. This Hundred Waters‘ melancholic, angelic song sprawls itself openly, abstractly – with patience and grace. It is soul and ghost pop and R&B and all the nuances you want it to be, with each Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Hooray For Earth – Keys

    Built from crunchy, snarling guitar licks, swooning synths, and a booming, propulsive beat, “Keys” provides us a view of NYC-based Hooray For Earth in HD and Widescreen. The rocking quartet demonstrated their potential to command a big stage for several years now (check out tracks like “Never“), but with tracks like this they leave no doubts that they’re more than ready Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Venter – City of Spring

    Wrocław, Poland isn’t a place that comes to mind for most people as a hotbed for new music. Nonetheless, it only takes a few breakout artists to change a city’s reputation and artists like TK’s latest obsession Oxford Drama and ambient electronic duo Venter are hoping to make a name for Western Poland’s largest city. Venter is the project of producers Tomasz Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Zola Blood – Grace

    It’s become common place for artists/bands to drop their first single long before they release any information about the people behind the music. Shoot first and ask questions later. Zola Blood is no different. They (he?) have a Facebook page created in April with no biographical info, a Bandcamp page with no music, a Twitter Continue…

  11. Single Serving: BEA – Safe Ground

    BEA has been baffling me for weeks. Yes, I know that she’s from Amsterdam, and I know that she sings songs too. But I don’t know if she writes them; I don’t even know if BEA is her name, or an acronym—or something else entirely. I do, however, know that the singer’s second single, “Safe Continue…

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