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  1. Artist Mixtape Curated By No Vacation

    We asked this month’s featured artist No Vacation to compile a mixtape of some of the music they’ve been listening to recently. They selected some incredibly choice cuts for a nicely eclectic mix that ranges from Cloud Nothings to Danny Brown alongside a number of Turntable Kitchen favorites. Here’s the tracklist: 1) The Pains Of Being Continue…

    Listen a new mixtape curated by San Francisco's No Vacation.

  2. TK047: No Vacation – Amo XO

    I’m slightly embarrassed to admit that I discovered San Francisco’s No Vacation, who literally live in the same neighborhood as Kasey and me, thanks to a submission from our excellent Toronto-based music contributor Laura Stanley. But, although I’d always love to get the scoop on a band from my own backyard, I’ll happily settle with Continue…

  3. Single Serving: No Vacation – Dræm Girl

    San Francisco’s No Vacation just dropped a brand new single titled “Dræm Girl” which will appear on their upcoming Summer Break Mixtape. It’s a lo-fi jam split into two distinct parts including a melodic first half filled with hushed vocals and an upbeat vibe and a more frantic, feedback filled break down on the second half.

  4. Single Serving: No Vacation – Beach Bummer

    Looking for songs to add to your summer 2015 playlist? Look no further than the dreamy-pop of San Francisco duo No Vacation. One of many standout tracks from their debut record Amo XO, the playful rhythm of “Beach Bummer” is infectious. The track also masterfully balances the carefree feelings of summer and, thanks to some gloomy lyrics, the sadness Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Hayden – Nowhere We Cannot Go

    It’s so easy to get lost in the day-to-day, hustle and bustle and often, as a result, we find ourselves taking for granted the devotion and support of the loved ones around us. I do it all the time forget the man I’m tryin’ to be because I’m climbin’ Bolstered up by a loyal drum Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Mano Le Tough – Changing Days

    This pair of tunes pulled from Ireland’s Mano Le Tough’s new album “Changing Days” will definitely serve as the soundtrack to my Friday. The glitchy, warm ambiance of “A Thing From Above” effortlessly calls to mind the driving and rhythmic groove of Radiohead’s “Everything In It’s Right Place.” Meanwhile, “Please” is set upon a repetitive Continue…

  7. Quinoa Sushi, A Return

    Talk about a switching of gears. Like all vacations, short or long, mine came to an abrupt end following a luscious Sunday roast enjoyed in East London — my last stop before SFO. I have a terrible habit of counting down to the end of vacation, much like I do in anticipation of it. Four Continue…

  8. Musical Pairings: Vacationer – Gone

    Vacations come in all shapes and sizes. There are stay-cations where you simply relax at home. There are resort getaways where you simply kick-it at a resort while over doing it on the rum-based drinks. There is adventure travel for when you want to get your blood flowing. There is day-tripping, weekend getaways, 10 day Continue…

  9. Single Servings: Pale Seas, Gabriel Bruce, Power Animal, and Vacationer

    Today’s Single Serving mini-mix features four tracks of thoughtfully experimental pop that are perfect for a groggy morning cup of coffee or for cooling off with the windows down on a night drive through the country. Pale Seas – Something Or Nothing Pale Seas are a Southampton born–London based five piece that churn out beautifully Continue…

  10. Pomegranate-Mint Spritzer (Non-Alcoholic) for the Non-Boozers at the Holiday Party

    Glitter. No, I’m not talking about the Mariah Carey movie. I’m talking about HOLIDAY TIME! My absolute, very favorite time of year (aside from summer vacation, duh…). The holidays are a total whirlwind. Cocktail parties, dinner parties, family time, baking, shopping, card-writing, and merry-ing. Matt and I spend the Christmas holiday in Ohio with his Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Nomadic Firs – Vines

    I can be a grumpy dude sometimes (it’s the old age creeping in). Thankfully the world keeps finding subtle ways to remind me that I need to chill. For example, I was grumpy about a recent wedding (not because I didn’t like the couple, but because I had to use a 1/2 day of vacation Continue…