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Former Tame Impala bassist Nick Allbrook left that band last year to concentrate on fronting his own Aussie psych-rock project, POND. The two bands still share multiple members, though, and you can…   Read Story »
Nick Allbrook, the frontman of the Aussie psych-rock band Pond, also served as Tame Impala's bassist before he left earlier this year, and both bands still share a bunch of members. But Pond isn't a…   Read Story »
The bassist Nick Allbrook may have recently left Tame Impala, but he still leads the similarly inclined Australian psych-rock band Pond, and they're still about to release their fifth album Hobo…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
The prolific Australian psych-rock band Pond share three members with Tame Impala (including Kevin Parker, that band's frontman, on drums), so it's probably not too much of a surprise that their…   Read Story »
POND, the Tame Impala psych-rock side project, made their video for "Moth Wings" themselves on iPhones -- something that won't exactly shock you when you see the video. In the ridiculous clip, they…   Read Story »
Aussie rockers Pond take on Smokey Robinson's "Tears Of A Clown," crafting it into the reverb-heavy ripper to which they're accustomed. I have low expectations, in general, for rock bands covering…   Read Story »
Pond, the sunkissed Aussie psych-guitar blazers whose three members include two Tame Impalas, have a new split-screen-heavy video for their song "You Broke My Cool." The band members and their…   Read Story »
Beard Wives Denim, the new album from sandblasted Aussie psych trio and Tame Impala sister band Pond, arrives today. But the track below, "Pond In A Park," isn't on the album. It's nearly seven…   Read Story »