Tame Impala: Their Top 10 Tracks

With their 3rd album, Currents, charting highly across the globe in 2015 and their recent win at the Brit Awards for Best International Group, Tame Impala have certainly cemented themselves as a household act. Continue reading Tame Impala: Their Top 10 Tracks

Kera & The Lesbians: The Tale of an Unhinged, Riotous Frontwoman and her Super-Talented Drummer (Who’s not a Lesbian btw)

Album Review: Kera & The Lesbians – Kera & The Lesbians

The band’s name is ironic, considering lead singer Kera Armendariz is joined by drummer Michael Delaney, who is, unsurprisingly, not a lesbian. The name may seem gimmicky to some, but the band’s messy hybrid of folk, blues and rockabilly is causing quite a stir amongst their fellow LA natives. Continue reading Kera & The Lesbians: The Tale of an Unhinged, Riotous Frontwoman and her Super-Talented Drummer (Who’s not a Lesbian btw)

Single Review: The Knocks feat. POWERS – Classic

‘The best way to successfully traverse the current landscape of the music industry is by releasing music that invokes some kind of emotion in the listener,’ wrote B-Roc and JPatt, better known collectively as The Knocks, in a letter posted on Noisey. Continue reading Single Review: The Knocks feat. POWERS – Classic

Kerouac: Why America’s First King of the Road didn’t want his Crown

‘What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? – it’s the too-huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-bye. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies.’

They were words that inspired countless road trips and adventures. Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel On the Road redefined an American Dream that was waiting for every teenager to go out and make their own. Continue reading Kerouac: Why America’s First King of the Road didn’t want his Crown