Even though it's printed on a schedule and therefore set in stone, Tame Impala had to move stages, and their set is now 45 minutes late (word is, they'll start at 11:15; their original start-time was 10). The zzzzz xx is over, and nothing else is happening right now. Show More Summary
If you’re heading to The Gorge for Sasquatch! this weekend, you probably already know to check out Sigur Rós, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala, and other live favorites. But, as with Coachella, there are some hidden gems of the festival that you need to check out. Some are groups on the verge of breaking through, some [...]
Tame Impala bassist Nick Allbrook has left the band to focus on his other musical projects. The split wasn’t your traditional hate-spewing war of words, as Allbrook and the other members are separating on good terms. Allbrook will be replaced by Cam Avery who plays in POND – the psychedelia-tinged project of Allbrook. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Tame Impala announced that following a performance at Belvoir Amphitheatre on Saturday night (5/18), bassist Nick Allbrook would no longer be a member of the band, citing a need for time to “try and screw his head back on, and make an attempt to assimilate back into society.” Allbrook is also the [...]
"Anyone who saw us during the Allbrook era will know how awesome nick is, so cam has big shoes to fill, which is fortunate because Cam has big feet...We're super happy for our bro Nick and wish him well in all his various fucking awesome artistic spewings and endeavours that he'll actually have time for now.. Good on ya brah."
Allbrook will swap places with his bandmate in Pond.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Tame Impala, From the Airport Song: Cull - If It Works [download here] What's so good? I’ve covered Cull before — you know, those Australian rockers that sounded like if Tame Impala was finally...Show More Summary
While not barefoot and relatively sedate onstage with Tame Impala, bassist Nick Allbrook plays the part of kinetically charged, livewire frontman for his own band Pond, a project cut from similarly psilocybic, riff-loaded, flanged-out cloth. Allbrook’s ecstatic fits tend to be one step shy of you being legit worried he’s having a seizure, though obviously [...]
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Depeche Mode, the Cure, Muse -- this year's expanded Austin City Limits Festival will feature something of a European invasion with five of eight headliners at least partially coming from across the Atlantic Ocean. Also...Show More Summary
Great band, great songs... but what went wrong?
Watch the Perth-based psychedelic rock band perform the 2003 Speakerboxxx/The Love Below jam.
A new one from Majical Cloudz’ gorgeous Impersonator, out May 21. Tame Impala covered OutKast, awesomely. Out of nowhere, a ridiculously epic electron getdown from Pet Shop Boys. And a pretty one from Vampire Weekend. Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.com.
Seriously: Tame Impala took to Australia’s triple j radio this morning to cover that touching tale of alien love from OutKast’s Speakerboxxx / The Love Below, “Prototype.” According to Kevin Parker, it’s… Read more articles like "Tame Impala Cover OutKast’s “Prototype”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Andre 3000, Tame Impala Song: Outkast - Prototype (Tame Impala Cover) [download here] What's so good? For those who aren’t familiar with Australian radio station Triple J’s segment “Like A Version,” each week a band is asked to perform a song of their choosing live on air. Show More Summary
From funky slow-burner to psychedelic love song.
Here Australian psych champions Tame Impala return to their homeland’s biggest radio station to do Triple J’s consistently successful Like A Version series. In an impressive display of lateral thinking, the band chose a song that suits their strengths while also feeling a bit unexpected: André 3000?s The Love Below paean to perfection “Prototype.” It’s [...]
Normally I’d consider Andre 3000 untouchable as far as covers like this go, but I’m... Read more »
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Tame Impala, Porcelain Raft, Built to Spill, Youth Lagoon Song: Slow No Wake - Everyone Needs Someone [download here] What's so good? Any Tame Impala fans out there? That was the first band I thought of when listening to “Everyone Needs Someone” by Ohio-based Slow No Wake. Show More Summary