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  1. Single Serving: Zella Day – Compass

    Arizona songwriter Zella Day has just released the latest single from her forthcoming debut EP. “Compass” is a slow-burning ballad of light, springy keys and subtle percussion to accompany Day’s lovely croon. It’s gentle and evocative. She describes it as an ode to her love for her home-state Arizona. Take a listen below. Read our interview with Continue…

    Take a listen to the latest single "Compass" from Zella Day's forthcoming debut EP.

  2. An Interview With Zella Day

    Zella Day is an up-and-coming pop artist based out of L.A. who’s being dubbed (somewhat misleadingly) as the “happier version of Lana Del Rey.” While that’s an impressive comparison for a 19 year old, Zella’s songs of summers and ex-lovers are good enough to stand on their on; and with an album and future tours Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Zella Day – East of Eden

    We’ve been closely following the ascent of Arizona’s Zella Day for the past few months, so we’re excited to discover that she’s announced her debut EP. The self-titled short player will be released via the good folks over at B3SCI (the same folks who brought us Jungle and Zella’s debut single). She’s also just released the EP’s first Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Zella Day – 1965 (IYES Refix)

    We’ve been enjoying the tracks from the Zella Day  debut single around here recently. And, of course, we’re big IYES fans. And, perhaps surprisingly, it turns out they get along together quite well. The proof is this enigmatic and sparse refix of Day’s a-side “1965” by the Brighton duo. It’s pretty much the best. Take a listen. Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Zella Day – 1965

    The label “singer/songwriter” makes me shutter. The label conjures memories of the hordes of uninspired guitar-slingers that make most open mic nights such a drag. But, of course, there are many singer/songwriters that are actually incredibly talented and that rise above the rest. Los Angeles’ based Zella Day is a great example of that. Just Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Chelsea Lankes – Down For Whatever

    Chelsea Lakes is the latest offering from B3SCI Records (the same folks who introduced us to Zella Day & Jungle). Her new single “Down For Whatever” is a slick slice of edgy, infectious indie pop that clearly marks her as one to watch in 2015. Take a listen and see for yourself. You can score Continue…

  7. Turntable Kitchen’s Top LPs of 2014

    All and all, I consider 2014 to be a solid year for new music. We witnessed the triumphant, masterful returns of several beloved artists who’d been mostly absent for over a decade (I’m thinking specifically D’Angelo and Aphex Twin). But, for me, the year will be remembered most as the year that a number of music’s most promising young Continue…

  8. Turntable Kitchen’s 2014 Music Lovers Gift Guide

    Looking for that perfect gift for the music lover in your life? We’ve got the goods. Below we’ve listed out some of our favorite gadgets, box sets, books and more: 01. The National – Slipmats + digital downloads ($30 for all three) These slip mats are simply beautiful and – best of all – they Continue…

  9. 20 Rising Bands For Your Perfect Summer Mixtape

    This past Saturday was the first day of Summer. That means it’s officially the season for cookouts, beach days, camping, music festivals, and spending time chilling outdoors with friends. I think the occasion demands a new mixtape. However, instead of putting together a normal mixtape, we thought it’d be fun to suggest twenty up-and-coming artists that you can Continue…

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    Welcome to the download page for TK031. You’ll find a host of fresh baked tunes for your consumption. For example, the pair of jams from this month’s featured artist BASECAMP are so smooth. And can you ever go wrong with a sexy, bluesy take on an Ace of Base jam? Meanwhile, the mixtape features hot Continue…