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  1. Tame Impala – Currents

    It’s 2015 and I think it’s fair to say that Tame Impala are officially one of the most critically acclaimed young rock bands in the world. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a mere eight years since Kevin Parker humbly shared the first Tame Impala tracks with the world (on MySpace of all places) Continue…

    Tame Impala's 'Currents' is beautifully textured, thoughtfully layered, and, overall, sonically rich.

  2. Single Serving: Tame Impala – ‘Cause I’m A Man

    Tame Impala have officially announced the follow up to 2012’s Lonerism. Titled Currents the new record will include the recently released single “Let It Happen” (which gets my vote for the best single so far this year) and new single “‘Cause I’m A Man” (which you can stream below). That’s the album art you can Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Tame Impala – Let It Happen

    Tame Impala just dropped the first taste of their follow up to 2012’s incredible Lonerism. The new single “Let It Happen” clocks in at just under 8 minutes and is packed full of skipping, melodic psychedelic candy. It’s available as a free download from the band’s website. Tame Impala – Let It Happen  

  4. Single Serving: Tame Impala – Backwards (First Demo)

    This newly released demo was just posted by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, via SoundCloud. Probably listened to it about fifty-seven times today. It has that beautiful, scratchy, intimate bedroom-pop thing that makes you feel you’re sitting in the same room as your very talented Australian sensation of a neighbor. Er, neighbour. Lovely!

  5. Musical Pairings: Tame Impala – InnerSpeaker

    I believe that everyone has a happy place. It’s that place you can go to clear your head, breathe a little easier and take on life at a slower pace. The place where it is hard to not be happy. Of course, it doesn’t have to be just one place, and sometimes that place changes. Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Still Parade – 07:41

    Niklas Kramer (aka Still Parade) is back with an atmospheric new single in form of the spacious dream-funk “07:41.” According to the German producer, the track is about “this weird feeling when you’re new somewhere. You feel like a stranger and no one really seems to care about you. But there’s also the chance to Continue…

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    You need new music? We’ve got you covered. This page it packed full of sonic awesomeness. First, you’ll find the debut cuts from Brighton-based cinephile Speelburg. This dude is going places (he’s already signed to Sony) and these tracks are as beautiful as they are picturesque. Next, we’re serving up our latest digital mixtape featuring Continue…

  8. 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…

  9. Single Servings: SAY LOU LOU X LINDSTRØM – Games For Girls

    Swedish/Australian dance-pop duo Say Lou Lou enlisted Norwegian producer Lindstrøm for their latest single “Games For Girls.” And, as you might expect, it’s a neon-bright, rainbow-colored disco jam that’ll help you burn a hole into the dance floor. Meanwhile, if you haven’t copped it yet, you should check out their cover of Tame Impala’s “It Feels Like We Continue…

  10. 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…

  11. Single Serving: A Million Billion Dying Suns – Hey Man

    San Francisco’s A Million Billion Dying Suns have been melting our minds ever since they dropped their cover of Shuggie Otis’ “Strawberry Letter 23” a few months back. They’re back with a new original track “Hey Man.” It’s a space-warped psychedelic jam built from a blistering wall of guitar, a funky rhythm, and some brightly ringing Continue…