looks surreal after a year of isolation
Posts Tagged: Tame Impala
‘we’re thrilled to reunite and celebrate a collective return to discovery, serendipity, and together!’
tunes she’s listening to while traveling around the country
I had never seen this before
we are lucky: the Swedish streaming platform Spotify does exist
plenty of emotions and mindsets to explore
Tame Impala have two shows at the Forum
ON TOUR THROUGHOUT 2020
ON TOUR IN 2020
Janelle Monae is at Coachella on Friday
Tame Impala are at the Fox Theater on Thursday, headline Coachella on Saturday
ARTISTS INCLUDE: TAME IMPALA, MAC DEMARCO, CHVRCHES, JADEN SMITH, PLAYBOI CARTI, SMINO, CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG,…
On a side note, Kanye West was rumored to perform but he passed
After the rainstorm, Saturday looked bright
‘but right now, find shelter!’
Desert Daze 2018 is happening this weekend at Moreno Beach at Lake Perris
Interpol are at the Hollywood Bowl on the 4th
‘Trust us when we say that you will love the new location’
The fest has grown far beyond its humble punk origins
‘Im going to blow up one of your planes in 30 minutes!!’
I was lucky, beside Ringo Starr’s 75th birthday (above) I have attended a lot of concerts and events.
Because of some curious coincidence, there is a common ape theme in these two new videos by Tame Impala and Coldplay, although this primate thing may be the only thing the two clips have in common.
The whole show seemed like a repetitive explosion of rainbows, with multicolor lights reverberating in the fog, giving us some kaleidoscopic visions and the tie-dye ambiance of the 70’s, but at the same time there was nothing nostalgic in Tame Impala’s show, it was as modern as it was electronic, and the vocals were so deep in the mix you couldn’t discern them from the rest of the expanding and layered sound
So given the facts, I neither want to provide a link and barely want to mention them at all. I just went in search of a quote of one of their dumbass reviewers, but all three I read were pretty good so here is the upcoming albums. You know what to expect right, Jason Isbell, The Chemical brothers and Tame Impala and that’s just next week…
Well, I know for sure what is not the most anticipated new album of net week (late next week to be precise), and that would be the new Jason Isbell, one of the biggest disappointments of 2015. I have a full review in mind, maybe by Sunday, and will not be a happy thing at all. Alan Jackson? He sucked so bad at Carnegie Hall a coupla years ago, I am not too thrilled any more. Pitbull releases album after song after album, Chemical Brothers -wasn’t crazy about the single. I think I’ll go with the psychedelic weirdos who were so good at Governors Ball earlier this year, win first place.
If I lost interest 20 minutes in, the rest of the audience is huge, even against A-Traak and attentive as the acid test, “This can’t be a better end to our fucking tour” before unleashing a weird and glorious stomper.
It reminds me the days I was watching music videos on TV, really, this seems such a long time ago! Whether you like or not these disco balls, these people without a head tripping into glam, it’s true that it fits much more the psychedelic ambiance of the music than with the lyrics,
I feel like music will be free sooner or later, and I think I’m all for it. There’s all this talk of music needing a monetary value, this ownership of music, even that it needs a physical form. But intrinsically… it’s MUSIC, it should be better than that. Some of my most important musical experiences were from a burnt CD with songs my friend downloaded for me at a terrible digital quality
if this name does not ring a bell for you, let’s just say he plays in the popular band Tame Impala! The psych-pop Aussie band was playing at Coachella and this can explain why Cameron was around, but he is more than a bassist in an ascending-to-fame young band
New week, new songs,…. it’s true, so many bands release songs at the beginning of a commencing week. Today we can listen to material from three bands that had temporarily disappeared from our radar, so here are one relaxing tune and two other songs that will shake you up.
Before the Flaming Lips, Tame Impala played at the Greek Theater on Tuesday night and, if they didn’t use any crazy Halloween outfits and tricks, they impressed the crowd that was already very big this early in the evening.