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Posts By TKF

Young Benjamins – EP

January 21, 2012 |

Our latest review takes us up north to Saskatchewan, Canada. Young Benjamins have blended folk & blues into a refreshing indie sound that is sure to fill the void in your playlist. Although their self-titled EP is just three tracks, it does a great job at showing you the range this band has. It starts out upbeat with a western tinge of rhythmic drums and violin, brings you down into some rocking blues, and then dueling vocals carry you to the end. Be ready to hit the replay button. Read More

TKF Time Machine: Honey I Shrunk The Kids

December 11, 2011 |

There are some movies you remember so fondly from your childhood that they just can’t be bad…or can they? In our newest video series, we set out to re-watch movies from our childhood to see if they hold up to … Read More

Nigel & The Dropout – Slice of Infinity

December 2, 2011 |

Nigel and the Dropout are no strangers to TKF, we reviewed their first album and are happy to hear that the second album is now released. Slice of Infinity has a more refined sound and the catchiness has been kicked up a … Read More

Chain of Lakes – Kind of Quiet EP

November 18, 2011 | 1

Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Chain of Lakes is an indie band with just a bit of folk sprinkled in for good measure. Their latest release, Kind of Quiet is a wonderfully mellow and satisfying EP that will keep you … Read More

Uniform Motion – One Frame Per Second

October 23, 2011 | 1

Hailing from Toulouse, France our latest featured artist has taken the digital approach to another level and has managed to pair music with a visual counterpart. Although music is at the heart of what they do, Uniform Motion is less of a traditional band and more of a multimedia art collective. Read More

TKF Time Machine: Blank Check

October 2, 2011 |

There are some movies you remember so fondly from your childhood that they just can’t be bad…or can they? In our newest video series, we set out to re-watch movies from our childhood to see if they hold up to … Read More

Elsa Rae – Plays Tiny Instruments

September 28, 2011 |

Elsa Rae is an up and coming artist from Kansas City, Missouri. She has an army of tiny instruments and she isn’t afraid to use them. Ukuleles, kazoos, and toy pianos are not what you’d expect from typical music but … Read More

While Giants Sleep – S/T EP

September 18, 2011 |

It’s no secret that we are enamored with Sweden. Between their budding film scene, the music, and local culture, there’s a lot to love. That’s why we weren’t surprised when we learned our new favorite band is from Eslöv, Sweden.

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Grand & Noble – S/T

August 18, 2011 |

A sound that is reminiscent of sweet and smoky 70s rock that has been beautifully paired with a modern day flavor, Grand & Noble have carefully crafted a sound that many listeners will love. Johnathan Elling’s vocals are a delight … Read More

No Plato – Split

August 9, 2011 | 1

A blend of catchy guitar riffs, soaring vocals, and a DIY attitude that is sure to take them places, No Plato encompasses a mix of pop-indie and down tempo that many listeners will enjoy. Hailing from London, the band has … Read More