Tame Impala - 'Lonerism'By Max Harris
- Be Above It
- Endors Toi
- Apocalypse Dreams
- Mind Mischief
- Music to Walk Home By
- Why Won't They Talk To Me?
- Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
- Keep on Lying
- She Just Won't Believe Me
- Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
- Sun's Coming Up
- Led Zeppelin
It's not every day that the best psychedelic band around right now makes an entire album for people who think that "Rain" was the best Beatles B-side. As opposed to the power-trio creaming of Innerspeaker, Lonerism doesn't spend all its time trying to convince you you're listening to three amazing musicians jamming their nuts off. Rather, it attempts to convince you you're listening to Rubber Soul being played inside Syd Barrett's medicine cabinet on a radio made of amethyst. A wobbly, avowedly-Anglo jelly of psych and drone.
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