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Tame Impala – Innerspeaker [2010]

Posted in neo psychedelia by deek on December 8, 2010

Tame Impala hail from Perth, which boasts of being the most isolated city in the world. Innerspeaker suggests it’s so isolated, in fact, that no new music has reached it since 1969: it’s a perfect recreation of the point in English music just before psychedelia tipped over into heavy rock. So while Kevin Parker’s voice is washed to the back of the mix, sun-faded and affectless, bass and drums are beefy and propulsive. The balance between the two is kept by the chunky, fuzzy guitar sound, a perfect copy of that odd combination of weediness and heaviness that characterised much UK psych. That means Tame Impala struggle with originality – Alter Ego and Solitude Is Bliss could have walked straight off a Nuggets compilation – but they’ve concocted such a dreamily enjoyable debut that complaining about their fidelity seems pointless. Their principal vice is one they share with their inspirations: a tendency to woolly self-indulgence. As Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind enters its eighth minute, for example, an impatient listener may well be wondering Why Won’t You Come to an End? -The Guardian

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  1. deek said,

    http://www.mediafire.com/?f9wp1lb1dob3pso#1


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