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Turntable Kitchen: January, 2012

“Twenty-twelve is already off to a strong start in terms of good music. Although there haven’t been a lot of great albums yet (after all we are only a few weeks in), there have been a host of intriguing singles popping up left and right. If these singles are a sign of what’s to come this year, then my prediction is that 2012 is going to be a great year for music. Not everything here was released in 2012 – some of these tracks have been floating around for months even – but now just felt like a good time to get them out there”  (turntablekitchen.com)

Turntable Kitchen :: January 2012 Mix (.zip file)

01. White Rabbits – Heavy Metal
02. La Sera – Please Be My Third Eye
03. The Record Company – Don’t Let Me Get Lonely
04. Mux Mool – Palace Chalise
05. Nicolas Jaar – With Just One Glance
06. Grimes – Genesis
07. Of Montreal – Dour Percentage
08. James Blake – A Case Of You (Joni Mitchell Cover)
09. Machinedrum x Azealia Banks – NEEDSUMLUV (SXLND)
10. Tayyib Ali – Shit I Know (feat. Rockie Fresh)
11. Andrew Collberg – Dirty Wind
12. Night Beats – Puppet on a String
13. Frankie Rose – Know Me
14. Newtimers – January Love
15. Last American Buffalo – Yucca Bacatta
16. Future Twin – Yuka
17. Shigeto – Huron River Drive
18. heRobust – Facebook Lift
19. Halina Larsson – Fires and French Horns

23 enero, 2012 Posted by | Mixtape, Turntable Kitchen | Deja un comentario

Turntable Kitchen, the November Mix (2011)

Hace tiempo que no posteo recopilaciones los lunes, y para volver a retomar las costumbres, os dejo con la Mixtape que el maravilloso portal Musico-Culinario Turntable Kitchen ha preparado para cerrar este mes de Noviembre que nos deja a las puertas de la época navideña.
Pinchando en cada tema del Tracklist podréis escucharlo y evaluarlo. El enlace central, como siempre, para descarga directa.

Turntable Kitchen. The November Mixtape (2011)

Tracklist:
01. Grimes – Oblivion
02. Canyons – Apples & Pears
03. Washed Out – Call It Off
04. Thousand – The Fall
05. 1,2,3 – Some Kinda Hate (Misfits Cover)
06. Shy Mirrors – I’m Not Around
07. Tennis – Tell Her No (The Zombies Cover)
08. Cass McCombs – The Same Thing
09. Ava Carrere – Pas Pour Toi
10. ASAP Rocky – Peso
11. Jhameel – Sweet Dreams (Eurythmics Cover)
12. Keep Shelly in Athens – DIY
13. White Denim – No Real Reason
14. Giraffage – LUV
15. Zodiac Death Valley – La Razon
16. The Dirty Dishes – Deer in Headlights
17. Newtimers – Falling
18. James Vincent McMorrow – Wicked Games (Chris Isaak Cover)
19. Starlight Girls – The Hunch
20. Concept – Breakthrough (feat. John Robinson)

28 noviembre, 2011 Posted by | Mixtape, Turntable Kitchen | 2 comentarios

Turntable Kitchen March 2011 Mix

 

El portal Turntable Kitchen ha cocinado otra nueva Mixtape para este mes de Marzo (en TJB preparamos una para el final de mes). En esta ocasión, la mezcla es de lo más variopinta y diversa, alguna que otra Remix, algún clásico (Elvis Costello), algún que otro temazo (Motel Beds) y algo de electrónica (TuneYards, Radiohead). Aprovechable.

Turntable Kitchen March 2011 Mix (2011)

“Here it is, the Turntable Kitchen March 2011 mix.  It came together surprisingly quickly, and yet I feel like it is one of my favorite mixes I’ve put together in awhile.  It is certainly eclectic, but that undoubtedly reflects the fact that my mind has been suffering from musical attention deficit disorder.  I’ve been listening to more than my usual share of underground hip hop recently (because I’ve been exposed to a lot of good underground hip hop recently) which is reflected on the mix below with great tracks by Mainframe, Johnson & Jonson (which is Blu + Mainframe), Shabazz Palaces, Phred Diamond, and Das Racist. But I also can’t quit listening to the latest albums by Radiohead and Motel Beds, and the same goes for the latest tracks from Work Drugs.  Also, I’ve been receiving some great new finds in the inbox including the tracks featured here by Hong Kong in The 60s, Alexander and the Eureka Birds.  And I’ve spent a lot of time going through old used vinyl records having recently scored a number of great records by David Bowie, Elvis Costello and The Miracles.  So eclectic this may be, but it definitely is a snapshot of what has been filling the space between my ears this month. And you may also notice that it is a relatively upbeat mix.  And why shouldn’t it be?  After all, things have been good for Turntable Kitchen recently: we partnered with our favorite print magazine (Wired) for a podcast, we co-hosted two nights of culinary and musical tribute (and our first physical events) for Noise Pop, and this past weekend we finished filming our TV debut with a segment for the Cooking Channel (we’ll be on (Food)ography!).  Sure, I’m growing a little impatient waiting for that email from Radiohead offering us the exclusive on their next album, but I’m sure it will come any day now” (turntablekitchen.com)

21 marzo, 2011 Posted by | Turntable Kitchen | Deja un comentario

Turntable Kitchen: January Mix (2011)

Para cerrar el mes, dos recopilaciones, como suele ser norma habitual en TJB para los lunes. La primera es la que el portal Turntable Kitchen ha preparado para despedir este Enero de 2011. Una variada mezcla de estilos y tendencias que seguro que os gusta. La segunda recopilación es algo más personal. La descubriréis en el siguiente post.

Turntable Kitchen: January Mix (2011)

“The January 2011 mix is dedicated to the ridiculously awesome Laser Kittens mural that once graced Divisadero Street in San Francisco. That mural was the game. So with any luck this mix will sound somewhat as awesome as the picture above looks with lots of laser-like sounds, pouncing kittens, and a dash of urban grittiness. In that regard, the January mix is quite different from the December mix in a number of respects, but it is still notably low on straight-forward indie-rock. I guess this is just a reflection of where my head has been recently. Still, there is a ridiculous amount of great music here.  I hope you find something new that you like” (turntablekitchen.com)

01. Lykke Li – Get Some
02. La Sera – Devils Hearts Grow Gold
03. Work Drugs – Third Wave
04. Bronze – Count To Two
05. Kissed Her Little Sister – Cocaine Blues (Johnny Cash Cover)
06. Mickey Brown – Wild Child
07. Drake – Fireworks (Deadboy Slo Mo House Edit)
08. Tor – Aperture
09. Wick-It The Instigator – Go Get Tangerine (Big Boi vs. The Black Keys)
10. J. Cole – Lights Please (Vodka & Milk Remix)
11. Evenings – Beta Thought
12. League – Golden Maps
13. Craft Spells – After the Moment
14. Star Slinger – Dutchie Courage
15. Levek – Muhammed Ali and Me
16. Dirty Beaches – Lord Knows Best
17. unouomedude – Kiss Me (Six Pence None The Richer Cover)
18. Papercuts – Do What You Will

31 enero, 2011 Posted by | Turntable Kitchen | Deja un comentario

Turntable Kitchen: November 2010 Mix (& Hozac Records Giveaway)

 

Una de las recopis que vamos a postear hoy es una muy interesante: la que edita el portal Turntable Kitchen, con una selección impresionante de algunos de los mejores nombres de este 2010. Pincha en el enlace para disfrutar de ella.

Turntable Kitchen – November 2010 Mix (& Hozac Records Giveaway)

“Hello, it’s me.  Or rather, it is my first mixtape for our new site, which I have creatively titled “November 2010 Mix.”  As you have come to expect from the mixtapes I prepared on the old site, this mix is super-saturated with music that is elegant, juvenile, hissing, cooing, snarling, purring, lavish and razor-sharp.  Indeed, you are certain to stumble across faces you recognize as you wander these ever-changing corridors of sonic bliss.  Many of these artists have been previously featured on these pages before (such as the Decemberists, Bear Hands, The National, Real Estate, Kanye West, Theophilus London, the XX, Girl Talk, the Japandroids, Evenings, Tennis and Girl Talk), but this is the first time I’ll have introduced you to folks such as Ty Segall, La Sera, Courtship, Blouse, Emily Reo, Madjo, and Reading Rainbow (who was brought to us by the wonderful people at Hozac Records)” (turntablekitchen.com)

20 diciembre, 2010 Posted by | Turntable Kitchen | Deja un comentario

   

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