Search Results for 'Sur Back'

  1. TK060: Sur Back – Kitsch EP

    It was love at first sight, or, I should say, love at first listen. Caroline Sans, a.k.a. Sur Back, makes music that is at once both strikingly familiar and engagingly foreign. It’s like hearing an exciting and unexpected new twist on a melody you already hold very dear. As a result, her music is easy Continue…

    Excited to announce that we're offering the debut EP from Sur Back on wax in this month's Pairings Box and Coffee + Vinyl Pairings.

  2. Single Serving: Sur Back – Trophy Daughter

    As you may have heard, we’ve had a lot on our plate this past week. Yesterday we announced our latest vinyl-only subscription service called SOUNDS DELICIOUS. If you want to skip the mandatory plug for the new service, you may want to skip down to the third paragraph of this post. SOUNDS DELICIOUS will feature some Continue…

  3. 6 Minute Pressure Cooker Oatmeal

    6 Minute Pressure Cooker Oatmeal

    Our kitchen renovation process was no small feat and now that it’s *nearly* over, I can honestly say that I never want to renovate a kitchen again. We learned a lot about ourselves and the remodeling process and we are so thankful that we made a few good decisions to make the whole thing a Continue…

  4. What We Learned From Our Survey

    About a month ago, we sent out a survey asking our readers, customers, and followers, to share some feedback with us about their experience with Turntable Kitchen and SOUNDS DELICIOUS. We received nearly 250 responses and we learned a lot, so we thought we’d share some of the highlights with you. We really appreciate everyone Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Leisure – Hot Love

    New Zealand collective Leisure (to the best of my knowledge there is no relation to the Leisure we previously featured in the Pairings Box) are back with their second-ever release “Hot Love.” It’s a smooth, silky vibe with a funky rhythm and playful demeanor. Take a listen and see for yourself.

  6. Single Serving: Jessica Pratt – Back, Baby

    San Francisco singer Jessica Pratt is set to release On Your Own Love Again, the follow-up to her 2012 self-titled debut album. The first offering from the upcoming LP is the tranquil folk of “Back, Baby.” The song opens with three strummed chords as Pratt softly sings “sometimes I pray for the rain” and that Continue…

  7. Back to Basics: Juice!

    Let’s talk about juice, guys. That’s right. I’m totally on the bandwagon. I’m going to preface this post by saying that I do not condone or recommend juice cleanses. I’m only sharing juice recipes that can be used to enhance a BALANCED diet that includes things like protein, carbohydrates and legumes. Doughy stuff and treats, Continue…

  8. Musical Pairings: Still Corners – Strange Pleasures

    It’s easy to take for granted how nearly effortless new music discovery has become. After all, thanks to the Internet, there are countless ways to discover new music in 2013. For example, there are music blogs (like this one), Soundcloud, Bandcamp, online music magazines, podcasts, Internet radio stations, and so forth. It’s easy to forget Continue…

  9. TK014: TRAILS AND WAYS – Nunca / Sure Thing (Miguel Cover)

    I’ve been digging the grooves of Oakland-based TRAILS AND WAYS since I first heard their jam “Nunca” this past summer. Indeed, after hearing just a pair of songs by the band I knew I wanted to feature them in an upcoming Pairings Box. Thus, I’m proud to announce that they are our featured artist for Continue…

  10. Musical Pairings: Ghibli – Rare Pleasures

    I was introduced to the music of Edmonton-based producer Thomas Michael, who records music under the nom de plume Ghibli, via a post by the always awesome Tim of Smoke Don’t Smoke. What struck me immediately about the music was how unique and yet familiar Ghibli’s latest album Rare Pleasures sounds. Indeed, Michael hashed the Continue…

  11. Live Gig: Surfer Blood – Live at Amoeba Records

    It feels like forever ago, but back in April of this year Surfer Blood stopped by Amoeba Records in San Francisco and played a surprisingly full set rocking one of the world’s greatest record stores like few other artists have. Well, thanks to a Heart Is a Spade, I just discovered that they have released Continue…