Music

  1. Single Serving: Yumi Zouma – Catastrophe

    I definitely count the forthcoming EP II from New Zealand-natives Yumi Zouma among the albums I’m most excited for this year. Take a listen to the gently warped, brightly enigmatic pop of “Catastrophe” and get caught up in the anticipation too. And, for bonus points, watch the awesome video for the track below.

    Gently warped and brightly enigmatic, Yumi Zouma's "Catastrophe" is highly addictive indie pop.

  2. Single Serving: This Is The Kit – Bashed Out

    The good folks at Brassland just announced the forthcoming release of the latest album, Bashed Out, from This Is The Kit (i.e. the project of songwriter Kate Stables). It’s her third full length and it was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and features a notable supporting band that includes Bryce Dessner (The National), Thomas Continue…

  3. Single Serving: FORINT – Prisoner

    “Prisoner” is the second-ever single from London/Manchester duo FORINT and it’s one hell of a beautiful song. It burns at an incredibly slow pace like still-burning embers from a recently-extinguished fire slowly filling a room with smoke. Smooth rolling, it’s buoyed by a sparse and skittering beat, subtly ringing guitar riffs, and slowly percolating bass Continue…

  4. Natalie Prass – Natalie Prass

    In a very short period of time, Nashville-based Natalie Prass has definitely sparked our interest. We were first introduced to her music late last year with the soulful, swooping and intricately arranged debut single “Bird of Prey.” It’s a bright and sophisticated piece of pop grandeur that propels along a seriously sweet groove that’s kept Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Phoebe Bridgers – Chelsea

    I stumbled across this song recently from newcomer Phoebe Bridgers and instantly fell in love; “Chelsea” is an easy-on-the-ears tune with mature, intelligent lyrics and a remarkable rhythm. As a whole the song is endowed with the ability to fill a vast, open space, both physically and mentally. Phoebe’s voice is sweet, clear, and just Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Maribou State – Rituals

    I’m definitely feeling the vibe on this track from London-duo Maribou State. It’s a shimmering, kaleidoscopic slice of EDM titled “Rituals” and it’s the first cut from their debut LP Portraits which will drop via Counter Records on June 1st. Enjoy!

  7. Single Serving: Young Wonder – Intergalactic

    Cork based electro-pop duo Young Wonder return this week with the stellar new single “Intergalactic.” It’s the first new material we’ve heard from them since their sophomore Show Your Teeth EP dropped back in 2013. This new track showcases the glitchy production of Ian Ring (Talos, HUNTAR) and stunning, dreamy vocals by Rachel Koeman. Listen Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Bruising – Can’t You Feel

    This jam from Leeds-based Bruising has been on heavy rotation around our home this week. It’s a fuzzy, reverb-soaked rocker sporting big hooks and catchy, fiery riffs. As their bio explains it, the duo met at a local nightclub when “singer and guitarist Naomi Baguley spotted Ben Lewis wearing a Perfect Pussy t-shirt in a Continue…

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    Why, hello there! You’ve stumbled upon the home of all of the digital assets for TK041. You’ll find MP3s of the tracks from this month’s 7″ single featuring Berlin’s DEATHS. You’ll also find the MP3s from this month’s digital mixtape. We’re launching this month’s mixtape into orbit with four high energy, rocket-powered, reverb-fueled jams by Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Diet Cig – Harvard

    Where Diet Cig’s carefree pop-punk single “Scene Sick” helps you to wildly dance through any relationship fumbles, the charming angst of “Harvard” brushes off a pretentious ex for equally energetic results. In a second preview of their forthcoming record Over Easy, the duo, Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman, breeze by with another fun heavy guitar and Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Flora Tropics – Visual Diet

    We just discovered the shuffling, crisp track “Visual Diet” from London three-piece Flora Tropics thanks to the folks at Hilly Dilly. It has a chill, infectious groove that propels along a tumbling beat and psychedelic guitar riffs. Quite promising. They have a new EP dropping soon. Follow them on Soundcloud if you want to hear Continue…

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