Posts Tagged ‘Tame Impala’


by Mallory Dwortz
This Wednesday, April 21st, on the 10 year anniversary of Innerspeaker, Kevin Parker is hosting a livestream performance of the entire album. This was Tame Impala’s debut album, and certainly deserves to be celebrated. This is one instance where pandemic guidelines for live music aren’t dampening the impact or setting of a performance– as the […]

2021 Bonnaroo Lineup Announced, Along With Farm Updates and Digital Art

by Mallory Dwortz
Bonnaroo 2021 is sticking to their latest September dates, and have finally announced this year’s lineup! Festive Owl tweeted a lineup leak on March 30th, which was then confirmed by the official Bonnaroo Twitter account the following day, sending fans into a frenzy. My own Bonnaroo group chats were aflutter with excitement– my roo pals […]

Some of the Most Highly-Anticipated Tiny Desk Concerts Have Finally Arrived

by Marissa Bachrach
Despite being about five/six months into quarantine, NPR has been steadily releasing new additions of the Tiny Desk series like it’s nobody’s business. Recently, a couple of artists came to Tiny Desk who I was thrilled to see on my YouTube screen. Although these three Tiny Desk performances were done from the artists’ homes/studios, that […]

Three Must-Watch Quarantine Concerts From Last Week

by Marissa Bachrach
1. This “The Less I Know The Better” Tame Impala cover by Still Woozy. The pandemic struck right as both Tame Impala and Still Woozy were about to kick off summer tours, sadly I was supposed to go to both bands’ Chicago shows back to back May 29 and May 30. So this groovy Still […]

Doin’ It With Tame Impala on Valentine’s Day

by Mallory Dwortz
No matter your ~relationship status~, with the new Tame Impala album drop at midnight on the 14, listeners far and wide were able to kick back with some new music. Thanks to Kevin Parker, everyone had plans on Valentine’s Day (or maybe you listened right at midnight, what do I know)! After a slew of […]

Check out These Five Movies and Their Incredible Soundtracks

by Marissa Bachrach
In the midst of the Midwestern winter most of us are experiencing, it doesn’t seem uncommon for weekends and days off to be spent inside binging Netflix. I have definitely been finding myself staying in for movie nights way more often, and I’ve found myself more intrigued by scores and soundtracks than usual. It started […]