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  1. Alvvays – Alvvays

    Relatable and infectious, the debut record by Toronto-based jangle pop rockers Alvvays (pronounced “always” in case you were wondering) is proof that a band doesn’t need to surprise you to win over your heart. Indeed, the canvas of choice for the Molly Rankin-led band’s self-titled debut is fuzzy, reverb-heavy indie pop a la every fuzzy, reverb-heavy indie Continue…

    Alvvays is fuzzy, reverb-heavy indie pop a la every fuzzy, reverb-heavy indie band you've cherished over the past 30 years.

  2. Single Serving: ALVVAYS – Adult Diversion

    This fuzzy power pop jam by Toronto-based ALVVAYS has been LITERALLY melting out the cones out of our speakers for the past few hours because it’s so addicting I can’t seem to stop listening to it. Okay, not really literally. Non-litearlly? Whatever. You get the idea. Part The Jesus and Marychain and part Belle & Continue…

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK069. Below you’ll find downloadable copies of the tracks from this month’s vinyl plus a digital Spotify mixtape featuring some of our favorite new music. Also, we understand some people had trouble accessing last month’s mixtape so I’ve reposted the downloads below. courtship. – Continue…

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK0SD. Below you’ll find downloadable copies of the tracks from this month’s vinyl plus a digital Spotify mixtape featuring some of our favorite new music. Benjamin Gibbard – Free Again / Bad Seeds 7″ (.zip file) 01. Benjamin Gibbard – Free Again 02. Benjamin Gibbard Continue…

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK066. Below you’ll find downloadable copies of the tracks from this month’s vinyl plus a digital Spotify mixtape featuring some of our favorite new music. PARC – you, forever EP (.zip file) 01. PARC – forever 02. PARC – 4U 03. PARC – SRSLY 04. PARC – bright lights 05. PARC – Continue…

  6. 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…

  7. Turntable Kitchen’s Spring 2015 Mixtape

    Friday marks the first day of Spring and we’re celebrating with a brand new mixtape. It’s flowery and warming and the perfect soundtrack for all things in bloom. As you’d expect, we’ve packed it full of some of our favorite new tunes from the past few months including big new cuts from Tame Impala, Unknown Continue…

  8. Turntable Kitchen’s Guide To SXSW 2015

    It’s exhausting. It’s a mess. And I sure hope you don’t mind standing in lines. SXSW Music returns next week and, despite it all, it remains our favorite music festival in the world. Unlike traditional music festivals, SXSW offers you an endless variety of options at any given moment. You can catch some of your Continue…

  9. Turntable Kitchen x yvynyl x Hype Machine: SXSW 2015

    We’re incredibly excited to announce that Turntable Kitchen will be partnering with yvynyl and Hype Machine for our first ever SXSW showcase! We’ll be co-curating the Wednesday afternoon showcase at Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel presented by Feed The Beat. We’ll be featuring live sets from a number of our favorite up-and-coming bands: Alvvays Hundred Waters Continue…

  10. 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…

  11. 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…