#004 - Tame Impala

The Slow Rush

Published October 8, 2020


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Tame Impala has gained more mainstream popularity than possibly any modern psychedlic act. Since 2015’s Currents, Kevin Parker (Tame Impala’s creator) has been on a steady diet of touring and collaborations. February of 2020 saw the release of The Slow Rush, and Tame fans rejoiced. While it isn’t a concept album, it focuses primarily on concepts related to time. It may not be as groundbreaking as Currents was, but it’s still a solid album. Join us for an analysis of an album which is at times very introspective, and at others, very funky.

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