Music

  1. TK040: Tei Shi – Saudade EP

    Tei Shi, aka Valerie Teicher, has quickly become one of our household’s favorite up-and-coming songwriters. In fact, if you follow us on our social media channels you’ll even find a video of our 2-year-old daughter getting down to Tei Shi jams. It’s safe to say we’re verging on obsessed. And why not? Val writes entrancing, winter-warming Continue…

  2. Single Serving: The Night VI – Too Late To Lie

    If the The Night VI aren’t careful they’re going to develop a reputation as the hardest working band in the world. They’re only a few weeks off the celebration of the release of their DIY EP and they’ve already announced a brand new EP and a free covers EP collection. The Covers EP is available Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Diamond Thug – What I Think I Know

    Diamond Thug is an unsigned indie rock trio hailing from Cape Town, South Africa. Their single, “What I Think I Know,” is a charming and playful melody, with catchy guitar licks, crisp drums and sweet, waif-like vocals. Even though their band is still in its embryonic stages, Diamond Thug has landed sets at top clubs Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Elle King – Ain’t Gonna Drown

    I’m a huge sucker for raspy, growling female vocals, I just can’t get enough and prefer it served the louder the better. Elle King delivers exactly what I need, she has a thick vibrato that comes after my ears with a fierce, unrelenting tenacity. Born Tanner Elle Schneider (actor, Rob Schneider’s daughter), King has been Continue…

  5. Turntable Kitchen’s Top LPs of 2014

    All and all, I consider 2014 to be a solid year for new music. We witnessed the triumphant, masterful returns of several beloved artists who’d been mostly absent for over a decade (I’m thinking specifically D’Angelo and Aphex Twin). But, for me, the year will be remembered most as the year that a number of music’s most promising young Continue…

  6. Top 10 Pieces of Music Journalism in 2014 (by Riley Beggin)

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    This year brought a lot of changes to Turntable Kitchen. In addition to the launch of the new website and the release of new products in the shop, 2014 also marked the first year we’ve had regular contributors on the site. Those contributors are a huge part of why this year’s also been the best Continue…

  7. Top 10 Albums of 2014 (by Matt Dillon)

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    This year brought a lot of changes to Turntable Kitchen. In addition to the launch of the new website and the release of new products in the shop, 2014 also marked the first year we’ve had regular contributors on the site. Those contributors are a huge part of why this year’s also been the best Continue…

  8. 10 Songs from 2014: Don’t Call It a Comeback (by Abby Yemm)

    This year brought a lot of changes to Turntable Kitchen. In addition to the launch of the new website and the release of new products in the shop, 2014 also marked the first year we’ve had regular contributors on the site. Those contributors are a huge part of why this year’s also been the best Continue…

  9. Top Music & Beer Pairings of 2014 (by Josh Henderson)

    This year brought a lot of changes to Turntable Kitchen. In addition to the launch of the new website and the release of new products in the shop, 2014 also marked the first year we’ve had regular contributors on the site. Those contributors are a huge part of why this year’s also been the best Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Oceaán – Veritas (Young & Sick’s Mixed Feelings)

    Los Angeles’ Young & Sick (the project of Nick van Hofwegen) tackles Oceaán‘s “Veritas” and holy shit does he ever nail it. He completely reframes the original with a brand new arrangement that maintains the original’s ivory-framed melody and vocals while constructing a brand new, bewitching composition. On repeat.

  11. Single Serving: Oxford Drama – Limbo

    We became a little obsessed with Polish duo Oxford Drama after discovering their debut EP earlier this year. Their latest single “Limbo” is set with a highly textured, slowly percolating ambiance that builds along a bright, bouncing bass riff and deep, gradually unfurling percussion. It’s lush and thoughtfully arranged; a warm and simmering treat for a Continue…

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