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Pond Frontman Nick Allbrook Told Me Something You Wouldn't Want to Believe

Photo By Matt Sav

Editor’s Note:

If you don’t want The Weather’s nihilistic themes to bring you down, do this. According to positive psychology, to stay happy you need to follow the 3:1 positive to negative rule. 901 more words


A Quest To Beat Summer Stress

This summer has been a tough one for my mental wellbeing. It started with a concerning lack of passion for football that led me to taking a hiatus from the sport I love before further problems began creeping into other areas of my life. 2,026 more words


Review of Tame Impala's Currents

The long haired, bearded Kevin Parker of Tame Impala had gradually transitioned from beloved psychedelic act to one of the bands that headline the likes of Coachella and Glastonbury. 1,372 more words


Live: Tame Impala - The O2

Saturday 8th June 2019

Kevin Parker, take a bow.

It’s hard to imagine how his incomprehensible genius will translate to a live audience; his dream-pop beats and tranquil vocal may have seemed lost when taken out of their comfort zone of needle hitting groove. 197 more words

Live Reviews

Camila Cabello teams with Mark Ronson for new single "Find U Again"

Camila Cabello has teamed up with Mark Ronson for his new single “Find U Again,” which is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Taken from Ronson’s upcoming studio collection, “Late Night Feelings,” the track was written by Cabello and Ronson alongside Ilsey Juber (Miley Cyrus, Ellie Goulding) and Kevin Parker (Kali Uchis, Travis Scott). 55 more words


Divus Julius presents...Tame Impala

Tame Impala is Kevin Parker –  the almost legendary messianic figure and creative soul who has developed the particular sonic universe of psychedelic pop cultivated with guitar pedals, delays, reverbs and liquid explosions of color. 157 more words


Coachella 2019: Recap/Review

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Home of flower crowns and perfectly curated Instagram photos. A sanctuary for artists and drug-using music lovers. Above all, an escape from the mundanity of everyday life — at least for those lucky enough to be able to afford a ticket. 522 more words