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  1. Single Serving: Whitney – No Matter Where We Go

    You guys. I am SO excited for this Whitney album. They’re one of those bands you could inadvertently watch perform the same set 5 times in 2 days and still not get sick of them (seriously, I would know). And the collection of singles they’ve dropped from their debut so far have been incredible. Take this latest Continue…

    Take a listen to the smooth new jam "No Matter Where We Go" from Whitney.

  2. Single Serving: Whitney – Golden Days

    It feels like it was just a day or two ago that I was waxing on and on upon how awesome this new band Whitney is. Oh, wait, that’s because it was just a couple of days ago! Maybe it’s time I start to lay off the Pliny. Anyhow, they just dropped another single this morning. Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Whitney – No Woman

    There’s always an artist (or three) that carry all the buzz into SXSW with them. It’s the band that is everywhere, on every cool lineup. This year Whitney was that band. They were literally ubiquitous. Okay, not “literally” literally, but you get the idea. AdHoc showcase? They kicked it off. Hype Hotel? Played it later that Continue…

  4. Allrecipes Thanksgiving Playlist

    We’re excited to partner with Allrecipes Magazine again this month to soundtrack their Thanksgiving recipe collection. We wanted to create a mix that reflects the fact that Thanksgiving is a time when people come together as family (siblings, parents, weird aunts/uncles, cranky grandparents, family friends, and all) to reconnect, argue politics (“Hey? What’s the matter with ya?”), Continue…

  5. ExclusiveTK059

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    Welcome to the page for all of the digital assets for TK059. 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. You’ll probably notice that we’re now using Spotify for the digital mixtape. Why the change? Well, there are a Continue…

  6. SOUNDS DELICIOUS gets more delicious!

    We’re just 9 days away from the end of our (now fully funded) Kickstarter campaign to bring full-length covers by your favorite artists to life, on vinyl. And we have lots of news to share with you. First off, Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado has been busy working on his own projects and producing that incredible debut Continue…

  7. June 2016 Mixtape (courtesy of West Elm)

    The good folks at West Elm asked us to prepare a Summer mixtape for their blog Front + Main. You can check out the post Kasey wrote (plus a recipe for lavender lemonade) there. We’re also happy to share the mixtape with you right here on TK. We packed it full of awesome music including Continue…

  8. Turntable Kitchen’s Spring 2016 Mixtape

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with IZZE. All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! I know we’re still just a little more than three months into 2016, but I’ll go ahead and say it: it’s been a good year for music Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Chris Cohen – In A Fable

    It’s pretty safe to say my headspace is almost completely occupied by mid-tempo psych rock at the moment. Of course, it’s super easy to pair the stuff with just about anything. It’s so chill and vibe-y (is that a word? Pretty sure it’s a word.). For example, I’ll wander around our new Seattle home snacking Continue…

  10. The Ten Best Bands We Saw At SXSW 2016

    Credit: Jesse DeFlorio/Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel There comes a point every March when I find myself laying in a dive-y motel bed, belly full of cheap beer and tacos/bbq, when my willpower packs its bags and calls it a day. No more wandering up and down Red River and 6th. No more cheap food. No more Continue…

  11. Thanks, Heidi: Muscovado Sunflower Seeds, Road Trips

    Let’s play a game: you tell me something about your childhood and I will tell you something about mine. I’ll start. My family used to travel a lot by car when I was a kid. It wasn’t necessarily because we loved road trips — it was because my dad has always hated flying. We drove Continue…