• New Music: Skegss – “Stranger Days”/”December”

    "Stranger Days" nurtures our grateful appreciation of Skeggs. Whereas the general expectation for songs from the band is more in the vein of self-deprecating cynicism, this time around we get optimistically driven motivation as inspiring as it is the closest the band has ever sounded on record to their Triple J session from back in 2019.

  • Mixtape Monday: Covers on Covers

    Mixtape Monday: Covers on Covers from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Ready To Start – Tears for Fears covering Arcade Fire Everybody Wants To Rule The World – Lorde covering Tears for Fears Prototype – Tame Impala covering OutKast Pure Imagination – Fiona Apple covering Willy Wonka Wouldn’t It Be Nice – She & Him covering the Beach Boys All My Loving – Amy Winehouse covering The Beatles Purple Haze – The Cure covering Jimi Hendrix Strong Enough – Haim covering Sheryl Crow Jolene – Miley Cyrus covering Dolly Parton

  • Tame Impala – Lonerism

    The first time I heard Tame Impala’s debut album, Innerspeaker, I couldn’t believe that they were from this decade. The Australian outfit has managed to resurrect the psychedelic rock of the 60s and 70s, and forge it with the emerging indie-rock genre of our time. Along with this, they have created something truly magical. The sound is something truly unique; sounding much like the bastard child of Pink Floyd and Cream, with dirty, fuzzy, fat guitar tones that I think would even make Jimi Hendrix proud. In October of last year, with the release of Lonerism, Tame Impala has rocketed into a future in the limelight of independent rock. When…