Music

  1. Single Serving: Shura – White Light

    Shura has returned with a steamy, neon-lit new vibe called “White Light.” This new jam is built around a funky, shuffling disco-rhythm and crystal-bright synths to accompany Shura’s breathy, smooth crooned vocals. We’re especially feeling the exceptionally atmospheric bridge. Take a listen below.

    Shura's back with a neon-lit and atmospheric new groove called "White Light."


  2. Single Serving: Widowspeak – Girls

    The much beloved (at least around these parts) folks at Widowspeak are back with an album announcement alongside a dreamy, silver and turquoise studded track, “Girls.” Moony vocals, slow ghostly draws through harmonica reeds, and spur jangled guitar solos; the melody of “Girls” may leave you wandering the buffalo filled plains of the prairie, confirming that Molly Hamilton and Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Jaymes Young & Phoebe Ryan – We Won’t

    Finding love is hard and forcing two hearts to align will only prolong the inevitable heart break. Along with the help of upcoming pop singer Phoebe Ryan, Jaymes Young confronts this issue head on, in his brand new single “We Won’t.” Backed by a minimalist beat, Jaymes and Phoebe gently duel back and forth throughout Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Demo Taped – Not Enough

    Demo Taped, a.k.a. Adam Alexander, is one of those artists that you need to have on your radar. The Atlanta, Georgia native has been turning heads with his sonically rich brand of experimental electro-soul ever since he dropped his three track debut EP Heart about four months ago. He returned only minutes ago with brand new single “Not Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Roosevelt – Hold On

    This new track “Hold On” from Cologne-based producer Roosevelt, a.k.a. Marius Lauber, is a mighty fine Summer jam. It’s the a-side of his new 7″ and it’s a highly danceable groove with a  funky, sliding rhythm. It’ll be available July 10th via Greco-Roman. Take a listen below.

  6. Single Serving: Jaill – Getaway

    Milwaukee psych-poppers JAILL are set to drop a new album of material titled Brain Cream via the good folks at Burger Records at the end of the month. And if the album’s first two singles are any indication, it’s going to be a damn fun album. The latest preview comes in the form of the tightly-packed Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Oh Wonder – White Blood

    London-du0 Oh Wonder, a.k.a. Anthony and Josephine, have returned with their new single for the month of June. Titled “White Blood” is a gently flowing ballad constructed around a light piano-framed melody and a sparse, slowly pulsing rhythm. Unsurprisingly, given the quality of their past releases, it’s elegant and incredibly lovely.

  8. Single Serving: Bells Atlas – Sugar for the Queen

    Oakland-based Bells Atlas have been impressing us for quite awhile now, but – with all due respect to the rest of their excellent catalog – this new single “Sugar for the Queen” may be their most nuanced and elegant release yet. It’s subtle and kaleidoscopic with a composition that unfurls gradually into a spectacular, bright wall of sound. You can buy Continue…

  9. Premiere: Kotomi – Bright Side

    Kotomi, the project of producer/songwriter Lauren Hillman, is on a roll at the moment. Her last single, “Swimming,” was a balmy and exotic vibe that left us mesmerized by daydreams of future travels in far away lands. More importantly, it’s just an excellent, fun song. In that respect, “Bright Side,” picks up where “Swimming” left Continue…

  10. TK045 – Harry Edwards – Imposter EP

    Despite having little more than a couple of years of songwriting under his belt, Norfolk-based producer Harry Edwards is already forging a name for himself as an artist to watch. Indeed, his music has already seen hundreds of thousands of plays by his growing fan base; received favorable comparisons to heavyweights like Flying Lotus and Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Beirut – No No No

    Earlier today Turntable Kitchen favorite Zach Condon announced the first new Beirut album since 2011. The album will be titled No No No and will drop this September via 4AD. To coincide with the announcement he also released the album’s title track and first single. It’s a bright, swirling and upbeat jam that Condon has Continue…

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