1. Single Serving: Mexico City Blondes – Worry

    It’s been a month now since Santa Barbara’s Mexico City Blondes debuted their self titled EP, and although their champagne bubbles may have finally subsided, it is my opinion that it’s never too late to celebrate great music. So carpe better late than never. Among the six stunning tracks found inside the MCB EP are Continue…

    Take a listen to the latest single "Worry" from Mexico City Blondes.

  2. Single Serving: Band & The Beat – 21

    We’ve been fans of the musical projects of husband and wife duo Tracy Shedd and James Tritten since Turntable Kitchen’s very earliest days. James is the owner of the excellent Fort Lowell Records. Meanwhile, Tracy is an accomplished singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (her album Arizona was a favorite of ours). But, although it’s safe to Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Miner – Better Instincts

    For LA born folk rock band, Miner, I would say their better instincts involve crafting high spirited music in which, as a listener, makes you just want to reach out and hug the moon. Thankfully they did not go against those better instincts with their latest, appropriately titled single. The long haunting oooo’s and sparse Continue…

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    This is the place. On this page you’ll find all of the digital music content for TK049. First up, you’ll find MP3s of the tracks from this month’s vinyl. Below that you can download MP3s of the tracks from this month’s new music mixtape. As always, it’s a collection of some of the best new Continue…

  5. Single Serving: The Japanese House – Cool Blue

    The Japanese House‘s (Amber Bain) “Cool Blue” sounds remarkable like its title. The light reverb and electronics submerge Bain’s stirring vocals in a cool and tranquil haze. Even when the pop melody is kicked up a notch in the chorus, the song never strays from its lush landscape. Take the plunge.

  6. Single Serving: Monogem – Gone

    Our friends in Los Angeles-based Monogem have returned with a massive new pop single “Gone.” It’s a sparkling, laser bright vibe with an irresistible hook. Enjoy!

  7. Single Serving: Jack Garratt – Breathe Life

    London’s 24-year-old multi-instrumentalist and visionary Jack Garratt crafts another skill on new single “Breathe Life” by exploring the intricacies of his dance hall-inflected experimental pop. It is an entrancing piece of work pulled from his just-announced debut full-length Phase which is due for release February 19 next year via Island Records. Take a listen below.

  8. Single Serving: IYES – Part Two EP

    Berlin-by-way-of-Brighton duo IYES have been tossing out sparkling sonic gems at an impressive pace recently. To cap it off, they just shared their second of two new EPs, appropriately titled Part Two, in its entirety.

  9. Single Serving: Kiiara – Intention

    Chicago’s Kiiara has been absolutely mesmerizing with her recent series of dark, bubbly pop singles. Produced by Casper & B., “Intention” is the latest and it’s definitely in line with the quality we’re coming to expect. Textured and atmospheric, it’ll hypnotize you.

  10. Single Serving: Leisure – All Over You

    In my opinion the New Zealand fella’s collectively known as Leisure are officially on fire. Their two previously released tracks “Got it Bad” and “Hot Love” have been met with much acclaim, which is especially impressive given the fact that very little was even known about them just four months ago. Last night they upped Continue…

  11. Single Serving: MK Grands – Hold You Down

    Sydney-based singer and producer Daniel Cartisano, aka MK Grands, crafts an impressive blend of electronic elements dipped into soulful vocals. He recently returned with “Hold You Down,” perhaps his most remarkable single to date. About the track Cartisano says, “It’s about the feelings experienced by two people when trying to leave each other after a long Continue…

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