Music

  1. Turntable Kitchen’s Spring 2016 Mixtape

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with IZZE. All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! I know we’re still just a little more than three months into 2016, but I’ll go ahead and say it: it’s been a good year for music Continue…

    Turntable Kitchen's Spring 2016 Mixtape.


  2. Single Serving: Yumi Zouma – Keep It Close To Me

    Yes, they may only have a pair of EPs to their name, but that doesn’t change the fact that Yumi Zouma might just be one of our favorite bands in the world. That’ll happen when those EPs are simply sublime. Soon we’ll have a little more to enjoy from the New Zealand-based crew. Earlier this Continue…

  3. TK055: TENDER – TENDER EP

    If you thought steamy indie r&b had already had its moment, here’s proof you’re very wrong. In fact, the artist featured in our latest Pairings Box is evidence we’ll be eating it up as long as there are artists dishing up the good stuff. Yes, the recent output from newcomers TENDER (a.k.a. North London duo Dan & Continue…

  4. Three Covers of Drake’s “Hotline Bling”

    If you’ve ever visited this site before today then you probably know we love covers. If you’ve never been here before then, “Welcome. We’re Turntable Kitchen and, amongst other things, we like good covers.” Why do we like covers? I’m glad you asked. We like covers because hearing a song covered by a different song Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Salt Cathedral – Homage EP

    Our friends in Salt Cathedral continue to reward and impress. They’ve recently shared a duo of b-sides that reach out and just grab you by the ears. These new tracks are outtakes from their forthcoming full length but they’re easily strong enough to stand alone. Here is what the duo (humbly) have to say about the new Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Moses Sumney – Everlasting Sigh

    My lord this new Moses Sumney song is something else. I mean, the “instrumentation” is simply lovely. All hand claps, finger snaps, and tastefully subtle percussion. A little synth breeze here and there. But, whoa, that voice! I’d listen to an a cappella rendition of this song all week long.

  7. Single Serving: Chris Cohen – In A Fable

    It’s pretty safe to say my headspace is almost completely occupied by mid-tempo psych rock at the moment. Of course, it’s super easy to pair the stuff with just about anything. It’s so chill and vibe-y (is that a word? Pretty sure it’s a word.). For example, I’ll wander around our new Seattle home snacking Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Kiiara – Hang Up Tha Phone

    We’d been feasting on a string of solid singles from Chicago’s Kiiara for the better part of the last year so I’m delighted to see she’s finally announced an official release. The EP is titled low kii savage and is getting a digital release from Atlantic Records. It collects all of those singles we liked but ices the Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Woods – Morning Light

    Hoo-boy. I don’t know about you but I love me some Woods something fierce. Yup, it’s a good week when we get new jams from the Jeremy Earl and the Woodsist crew. Like this here new vibe “Morning Light.” And, man oh man, does this track ever live up to its name. It’s chill. It’s Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Car Seat Headrest – Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales

    Apparently some data wizard took a bunch of numbers and determined that the perfect pop song is exactly two minutes and forty two seconds long. They’re obviously right because math. Historically speaking, that perfect pop song has harmonic simplicity and is danceable as well. That much should have been obvious. Using that information as a basis for scientifically examining Continue…

  11. The Ten Best Bands We Saw At SXSW 2016

    Kacy Hill better

    Credit: Jesse DeFlorio/Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel There comes a point every March when I find myself laying in a dive-y motel bed, belly full of cheap beer and tacos/bbq, when my willpower packs its bags and calls it a day. No more wandering up and down Red River and 6th. No more cheap food. No more Continue…

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