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  1. Three Covers of Father John Misty’s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”

    In my mind, and the minds of many music critics, Father John Misty‘s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” may just be… no, I’ll just go ahead and say it: “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” is the best song about doing the dirty in a cemetery. Ever. Probably. Nearly forgotten by most people in the music industry today, Father John Misty once had Continue…

    Enjoy three covers of Father John Misty's "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" to get you in the mood to do the dirty in a graveyard.

  2. Single Serving: Father John Misty – The Memo

    Father John Misty, a.k.a. Josh Tillman, has had a busy week between sharing two Taylor Swift covers and a new music video. The highlight, though, is the new single he just shared roughly an hour ago. Titled “The Memo” it’s a stripped down cut with a pastoral ambiance and exceptionally thoughtful lyrics about culture, authenticity, Continue…

  3. Musical Pairings: Father John Misty – Fear Fun

    Even in an industry that isn’t known for convention, J. Tillman’s career as a musician is pretty unorthodox. His career initially sprouted in 2004 when his first tape found its way to songwriter Damien Jurado. Jurado, impressed by what he heard, invited Tillman to join him on tour. Since that time Tillman developed a loyal Continue…

  4. 2017 Hopscotch Music Festival Recap

    Another year, another Hopscotch is in the books; and somehow 2017 managed to exceed the lofty expectations I had leading into it. There were so many standout performances this year – and everything seemingly went off without a hitch, so first off, shoutout to the Hopscotch organizers for putting together such a stellar weekend. As 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. Goon – Goon EP (.zip file) 01. Goon – Dizzy 02. Goon – Green Peppers 03. Goon – Merchant Hall 04. Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Fenne Lily – Top To Toe

    I logged into WordPress this morning with one goal. Just one goal. I was going to write something about a big old pile of covers of Father John Misty I’d dug up. I had it all worked out in my head. But, right before I started writing, I discovered a new Daniel Wilson song: “Oh, pretty. Got to write about Continue…

  7. Turntable Kitchen’s Top LPs of 2012

    I think one of the best parts about compiling my year end list is forcing myself to take the time to look back upon the year in music. Around this time each year, I sit down in front of my record player and pull LPs from my collection to play them one by one. In Continue…

  8. Turntable Kitchen’s Top Highlights From Outside Lands 2012

    San Francisco’s Gourmet Music Festival returned this past weekend with an exceptionally eclectic lineup that included Beck, Metallica, The Walkmen, Tennis, Foo Fighters, White Denim, Sharon Van Etten, Washed Out, Neil Young, Justice, and Andrew Bird. And that was just Day One. Day Two included Geographer, Tame Impala, Father John Misty, Alabama Shakes, Michael Kiwanuka, Continue…

  9. Turntable Kitchen :: May 2012 Mix

    It’s almost down to the wire, but there was no way I’d miss the chance to release our May 2012 mix. After all, I’ve uncovered far too much great new music for me not to share it. For example, we have some irresistible jams from the likes of Mozella (from her sessions with Brian Holland Continue…