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Tame Impala have a new release, the Mind Mischief EP. Pressed via Modular, the EP is out today and features the band's "Mind Mischief" single plus remixes by Ducktails and The Field. The Ducktails…   Read Story »
Last night, Aussie psych-rock head-expanders didn't just show up to play a song on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. They also installed a time machine in the studio, someone creating the impression that…   Read Story »
I had a feeling last year that Tame Impala's stunning new album Lonerism would lend itself well to remixing, but I really wasn't prepared for just how diverse some of them have been. From Memory…   Read Story »
Tame Impala's "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards," off of their beloved album Lonerism, became a popular track to remix in 2012. In his new "de-mix," futuristic electronic artist Chrome Canyon…   Read Story »
This is the week the music-video gods finally awoke from their slumber. I had to leave so much good stuff off the list this week: self-deprecating superstar send-ups, excitingly one-note punk-rock…   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 »
Big morning for new music videos! We already got new clips from the Knife and Grizzly Bear, and now here's Tame Impala's bug-out clip for the head-blown Lonerism riff-stomper "Mind Mischief." The…   Read Story »
"Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" is the immediate standout from Tame Impala's much-loved new album Lonerism. Meanwhile, lonerist synthpopper Memory Tapes has built an entire aesthetic out of feeling…   Read Story »
Brit-rock weekly NME, that most hype-driven of print magazines, has just given the world its list of the 50 best albums of 2012, and, as with all lists, there are good and bad and weird things about…   Read Story »
On the most recent episode of the BBC show Later With Jools Holland, Aussie fuzz-rockers Tame Impala brought their impressive psychedelic chug, playing "Elephant," arguably the most Sabbath-esque…   Read Story »