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  1. The 20 Best New Indie Bands For Your Fall Mixtape

    Let there be no doubt that, in my humble opinion, Fall is the best time of the year. Hands down. This season brings with it so many awesome things including (in no particular order) lovely weather, beautiful foliage, decorative gourds, figs, baseball playoffs, pumpkin recipes, spiced cider, mulled wine, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. The official first day Continue…

    The 20 perfect up-and-coming bands for your Fall playlist.

  2. Single Serving: Laura Doggett – Phoenix

    With “Phoenix,” the newest mistress of dark pop has emerged. For Laura Doggett’s debut song, the title is fitting—the British artist rose out of obscurity and (if we have anything to say about it) is on the fast track to join the ranks of electro croon-queens Banks and MØ. The track’s seamless, eerie production comes Continue…

  3. 20 Rising Bands For Your Perfect Summer Mixtape

    This past Saturday was the first day of Summer. That means it’s officially the season for cookouts, beach days, camping, music festivals, and spending time chilling outdoors with friends. I think the occasion demands a new mixtape. However, instead of putting together a normal mixtape, we thought it’d be fun to suggest twenty up-and-coming artists that you can Continue…

  4. The Sea & The Sky Mixtape

    Welcome to Turntable Kitchen’s latest mixtape that we’re dubbing The Sea & The Sky. For this one we’ve collected several of our favorite tracks from the past few weeks and we think it’s overflowing with the best new music on the webs. You’ll find smooth jams from BANKS, Vaults, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Woods, Blood Cultures, Jungle, Strand of Oaks, Continue…

  5. TK033: A Million Billion Dying Suns – The Garden 7″

    It’s safe to say that synths are having a moment. In the past couple of years they’ve become more common than the electric guitar in the indie music realm. Although I have no problem with that, I have been craving just a little more guitar in my diet. Thankfully, San Francisco-based A Million Billion Dying Suns Continue…

  6. Turntable Kitchen’s SXSW 2014 Photo Diary

    Despite the increasing visibility of mega pop stars such as Coldplay, Lady Gaga, Lil Wayne, Jay Z and Kanye West, SXSW still offers a great opportunity to catch rising bands on their way up – long before they’re able to embark on full world tours. With a few exceptions, that’s how we like to approach Continue…

  7. Turntable Kitchen’s Guide to SXSW

    Whether you have a wristband, badge, or just plan to show up in Austin and hope for the best, you’ll have a better experience at SXSW Music if you have a game plan. That doesn’t mean trying to schedule out exactly where you’ll be and when. That would be a mistake. After all, if you Continue…

  8. The 15 Best New Bands You Need To Hear Now

    I know I’m not alone in recognizing that in the past few years music culture evolves at a ridiculously fast pace. And, unless you’re a music blogger or music critic, it’s hard to stay on top of all of the best and quickest rising bands and artists. Just last October we listed our Top 25 Continue…

  9. Turntable Kitchen’s Top EPs of 2013

    The EP once again proves to be my favorite format for new music. It’s a great way for new and quickly rising bands to introduce themselves to new audiences and it’s a great way for established artists to release new material without the scrutiny and hype that accompany full length albums. This year, like the Continue…

  10. Turntable Kitchen’s Top 25 New Artists of 2013

    Here it is. Turntable Kitchen’s list of the best new artists of 2013, and, thus, a list of the artists we think you should watch out for in 2014. It’s an unranked list and it doubles as a pretty nice playlist (use the ex.fm player in the bottom right corner for continuous play). Loose standards Continue…

  11. Turntable Kitchen’s Top New Singles (Sept. 2013)

    If you’ve been away the past few days you’ve probably missed some of the great new music we’ve been featuring on the site. Don’t worry, we’ve still got you covered. Whether it’s indie, electro, hip hop, or r&b, here’s a summary of the top new singles we discovered in the past month. You’ll hear singles Continue…