Music

  1. Single Serving: Trails and Ways – Skeletons

    Oakland’s Trails and Ways are prepping their debut album for a June release. The album is called Pathology and it’s being released by Barsuk Records. They just released the album’s first single “Skeletons” which has a particularly interesting origin story: “The song’s origin is from a dream our rhythm guitarist Keith had. Basically, he was Continue…

    Take a listen to the first single from Oakland-based Trails and Ways' forthcoming debut album.


  2. Single Serving: Oh Wonder – Midnight Moon

    Like clockwork, UK-based duo Oh Wonder return with arguably their most distinctive single to date with “Midnight Moon.” It’s built around a shuffling rhythm and warm, bright melody. Take a listen and see for yourself.

  3. Single Serving: Bells Atlas – Future Bones

    Our friends in Oakland’s Bells Atlas are returning this May with a brand new EP titled Hyperlust. They’ve dropped the EP’s first single “Future Bones” earlier today, and it’s quite a looker. Constructed like a technicolor tapestry of shimmering ambiance, clattering percussion, and sultry vocals, it’s both mesmerizing and distinctive. You can pre-order the Hyperlust Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Ben Khan – Zenith

    Ben Khan is set to release his sophomore EP 1000 on 11th May via his own Blessed Vice imprint. Here’s the second cut from it titled “Zenith.” Khan crafts a gently dirty guitar ballad that flits between new wave, funktronica noises and soulful futurisitic R&B-pop cherry-picking from each genre for a blend that seems effortless. Continue…

  5. Single Serving: The Acorn – Influence

    After a five year break, Ottawa’s The Acorn have returned with a surprisingly fresh new sound. Doing away with their previous folk-rock selves, in their new song “Influence” The Acorn instead pair electronic elements (that groovy pulsing synth!) with an acoustic guitar. It’s an unexpected combo from the band but wholly welcome. “Influence” will appear Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Oscar Key Sung – Skip

    This new single “Skip” is a fine example of Oscar Key Sung just doing his thing (i.e. making damn fine music). It’s a slick but stuttering electro r&b jam with a groove. Enjoy. His new EP Altruism drops May 1st.

  7. Turntable Kitchen’s SXSW 2015 Recap

    SXSW continues to be our favorite music festival. It’s the “choose your own adventure” of music festivals. Indeed, no two groups will have the same experience. And 2015 was no exception. You could catch incredible, intimate performances from established artists like Spoon, TV on the Radio, Best Coast, and Earl Sweatshirt, in between breathtaking performances Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Twin Caverns – Pyramid

    Sydney’s Twin Caverns has entranced me with their latest single, “Pyramids.” Louise Millar’s soft enchanting vocals petrify you in a steady state of dreams while Michael Macias casts magical spells on you with a his DARKSIDE-like guitar work. Backed by a steady beat and a gypsy’s tambourine it’s an eerily haunting song, one in which Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Sheer Mag – Button Up

    This latest single from Philly’s Sheer Mag is simply incredible. For real, I don’t think I need to say more than that. Take a listen and enjoy.

  10. Single Serving: Iles – In Tents

    This jazzy, mesmerizing track from Iles showed up in my inbox yesterday and immediately caught my ear. It’s built around a subtle arrangement of finger snaps, layered guitar, and bubbly bass riffs. I’ve listened to it about five times in a row. It’s slated to appear on the upcoming album Apartments.

  11. Single Serving: Tei Shi – Go Slow

    Fresh off a hugely successful run at this year’s SXSW, Turntable Kitchen favorite Tei Shi just dropped her latest single “Go Slow.” It’s a slinking, subtle groove built around a lurching bass riff and brightly sparkling keys that accent her sultry croon. It’s both sexy and fun. It will appear on her forthcoming new EP Continue…

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