Tame Impala have covered Kylie Minogue’s 1994 hit “Confide In Me”. Check it out. Continue reading →
Last night, Tame Impala took the Tower Theater stage to a sold-out crowd of eager fans awaiting their first taste of live music from the band’s third studio album, Currents. After much anticipation, the opening “Let It Happen” set the tone for the evening of truly immersive audio and visual experience. Highlights included “Alter Ego,” “Eventually” and “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards,” and midway through the set, lead singer Kevin Parker took a passionate fan’s request for “Half Full Glass of Wine” to the crowd’s delight. Check out photos from the show, the setlist and videos below. Continue reading →
Jon Stewart hosted his last “Daily Show” last night, & closed-out with his own moment of personal zen…A live performance from “The Boss.” Continue reading →
Tonight, the Indie Rock Hit Parade brings you (among other things) a spotlight on an album that’s been at the top of our list of ‘Most Anticipated Releases’ for months. Tune in starting at 11pm to hear a full two-hour show includes several tracks from Tame Impala‘s newly released Currents. We’ll also check out a few of these tracks, freshly picked for your discerning ears:
Australian psychedelic rockers Tame Impala return with a new album, this Tuesday, and you can listen to the album in its entirety via NPR Music First Listen. Fronted by lead singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker, the record finds the band in heavy exploratory mode. Continue reading →
Tame Impala has just announced a Philly tour date in support of their upcoming third album, Currents. The Australian band is coming to the Tower Theater on October 5th, and tickets go on sale this Friday.
Currents, the band’s third release, has been described as frontman Kevin Parker’s best work yet. With him writing, performing, recording, producing, and mixing the entire album himself, the LP is a testament to Parker’s current state of affairs, and his experiences and feelings towards his life shine through in his lyrics, which are clearer and more direct than ever. Continue reading →
Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks jammed out with Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings on a Sam Cooke classic recently. Watch. Continue reading →