Music

  1. Single Serving: Tame Impala – Let It Happen

    Tame Impala just dropped the first taste of their follow up to 2012’s incredible Lonerism. The new single “Let It Happen” clocks in at just under 8 minutes and is packed full of skipping, melodic psychedelic candy. It’s available as a free download from the band’s website. Tame Impala – Let It Happen  


  2. Single Serving: Husky – Ruckers Hill

    If Husky‘s debut record Forever So taught me anything about the band, it’s that they know how to make a lush folk song. Led by Husky Gawenda, the band grasps onto a revitalized folk-rock style (think Fleet Foxes) and moulds it to move with their frequent time changes and layered arrangements. Marking the band’s return after a three year Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Hop Along – Waitress

    If you were to ask me about the albums of the current decade that mean the most to me, Get Disowned, the 2012 album from Philly’s Hop Along, would surely make that list. The LP is full of strange sounds and idiosyncratic songwriting and I continue to hear new and wonderful things with each listen. Continue…

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    Welcome to the download page for all of the digital goodies packaged with this month’s Pairings Box. You’ll find MP3s of the tracks from this month’s 7″ which features three tracks by Brooklyn’s Lunifred Benjamin. You’ll also find the MP3s from this month’s digital mixtape. Meanwhile, there is soooo much good music on this month’s Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Oscar Key Sung – PREMONITION

    Our favorite experimental r&b auteur Oscar Key Sung has returned with a slick new groove titled “PREMONITION” that’s simply overflowing with trembling low end and bright tones. It’s from his forthcoming ALTRUISM EP that’s set to drop on April 10th.

  6. Single Serving: Ellie Herring – Mickie

    Lexington producer Ellie Herring has been gaining attention for her incredibly lush and magical sounding vibes in the past few months. For example, take a listen to the crystalline and effervescent “Mickie” which she contributed to Ryan Hemsworth’s Secret Songs compilation (which you can nab here). Likewise, her airy and sparkling “Gem Landing” is simply Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Hayden – Nowhere We Cannot Go

    It’s so easy to get lost in the day-to-day, hustle and bustle and often, as a result, we find ourselves taking for granted the devotion and support of the loved ones around us. I do it all the time forget the man I’m tryin’ to be because I’m climbin’ Bolstered up by a loyal drum Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Priest – The Game

    We’ve been feeling the vibes from Priest (formerly x Priest x) for some time now, so we’re excited to find a new jam from them today. As we’ve come to expect from the duo, “The Game” is a slick jam filled with rainbow synths, crisply tumbling beats, and the mesmerizing croon of front-woman Madeline Priest. Continue…

  9. Turntable Kitchen x yvynyl x Hype Machine: SXSW 2015

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    We’re incredibly excited to announce that Turntable Kitchen will be partnering with yvynyl and Hype Machine for our first ever SXSW showcase! We’ll be co-curating the Wednesday afternoon showcase at Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel presented by Feed The Beat. We’ll be featuring live sets from a number of our favorite up-and-coming bands: Alvvays Hundred Waters Continue…

  10. TK042: Lunifred Benjamin – Selections From Autumn Suite for August Minor

    We’ve been super excited to share this one with you. Indeed, it’s no exaggeration to say that this month we’re featuring someone we consider to be one of the most unique and exciting songwriters we’ve stumbled upon in a long time. That said, you’d be forgiven if you’re not already familiar with the music of Continue…

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