Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup Announced

August 3rd – 5th in Grant Park, Chicago: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, Black Sabbath, Jack White headline a very rock n roll weekned with Florence & The Machine, Bassnectar, The Shins, Justice, Passion Pit, The Weeknd, Santigold, Miike Snow, Alabama Shakes, Tame Impala, Neon Indian, Die Antwoord, M83 and more.

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G-Side with Stalley & Joi Tiffany “Gettin It”

Alabama rappers G-Side team up with Stalley and singer Joi Tiffany for their new one, produced by G-Side team Block Beattaz. If that track sounds familiar that’s because it’s Australian psychedelic rock outfit Tame Impala’s “Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind.”

FACT Mix 270: The Horrors

To celebrate The Horrors’ amazing new album Skying, FACT got them to make a mixtape. The artists range from influencers to compatriots, the track listing is as varied as you might expect for such a music loving band.

Music To Know Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup

A new NYC music festival, Music To Know, has just been announced for August 13th+14th in East Hampton. NYC locals Vampire Weekend co-headline with Bright Eyes, while Tame Impala, Chromeo, Cold War Kids, Ra Ra Riot, Matt & Kim, and more fill out the roster.

Coachella Roadtrip 2011

Coachella kicks off tomorrow in Indio, CA. Whether you are making your way down to the desert for the festivities or not, here’s a nice sampling of this year’s artists, including: The Foals, Death From Above 1979, Tame Impala, Phantogram, and Arcade Fire.

Tame Impala “Expectation”

The ever-psychedelic, Australian rockers spent a day in the woods outside Paris to shoot this warped kaleidoscope of sound and vision.

Tame Impala “Solitude Is Bliss”

The lads from Perth dropped this single from their debut album, Innerspeaker, in mid-2010 and have been compulsively touring ever since. Keep yours ears on these psychedelic rockers who showed up on loads of 2010′s best-of lists. The video is totally weird and completely awesome.

Tame Impala “Lucidity”

Shot outside a small town in Melbourne, this video was a leap into the unknown, involving cameras being launched into space inside weather balloons, tracking all that went on below. Pretty cool.