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Will Tame Impala Release a New Album in 2018? Since 2010, there hasn’t been a bigger psychedelic pop band than the Kevin Parker led Tame Impala. Hailing in from Australia, Tame Impala has dominated a genre first paved by The Beatles, further cultivated by Pink Floyd and The Flaming Lips, and nuanced by contemporaries such as MGMT and Animal Collective. And with their last album, 2015’s Currents, Tame Impala became unstoppable. But where have they been since? Despite a few festival performances—some being DJ stand-offs with famed producer Mark Ronson—Tame Impala has Read More →
Pitchfork Music Festival Announces First Wave of Performers In the same fashion as years past, Pitchfork Music Festival—one of Chicago’s premier Summer Music Festivals—is unveiling their lineup in three waves over the next few weeks. Chicago natives can witness the rolling announcement via a hand painted mural in Wicker Park, which is also being live streamed on Pitchfork. The first round of announcers has been revealed, and among the names are Tame Impala,—who will serve as headliner—Kelela, DRAM, Japandroids, and Julien Baker. You can view the livestream here. The 2018 Read More →
Here is the Amazing 2018 Panorama Festival Lineup Panorama Music Festival will turn three years old this Summer at Randall’s Island Park with the help of some incredible musicians, state of the art virtual reality art installations, and several DJs. After last year’s lineup—which included Nine Inch Nails, Tame Impala, Frank Ocean and Solange—fans didn’t think Panorama would possibly be able to outdo themselves for the following year. But after taking a look at the 2018 Panorama Festival lineup, it seems that organizers have done the impossible. The Weeknd, The Read More →
MGMT Drops New Single “When You Die” Back in May, electro-funk band MGMT announced their fourth LP, Little Dark Age. MGMT debuted four new songs while on their Summer tour, and released the album’s first single back in October. Now, MGMT has released the second single off Little Dark Age, the funky, darkly comic “When You Die“. The single was released with a trippy, macabre style music video starring Girls actor Alex Karpovsky. You can check out the “When You Die” visuals below.     MGMT, though still catchy and hummable, has definitely veered Read More →
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