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No More Lies

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    A. No More Lies

    Tame Impala

    Lonerism - 10th Anniversary 3LP Edition

      2022 marked the 10th anniversary of Lonerism. To celebrate, Tame Impala present fans with a deluxe 3LP reissue of the album that features previously unreleased demos from the era.

      Recorded in both Western Australia and Paris between 2010 and 2012, Lonerism was Tame Impala’s breakout record. It received critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork and NME and is regarded as one of the best albums of 2012.

      This expanded deluxe edition of the album features the singles ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’ and ‘Elephant’ amongst the original album track list, plus:
      • 2 previously unreleased demos
      • A full side of album demos
      • Deluxe 24-page booklet

      Lonerism’s artwork is by Leif Podhajsky and Kevin Parker, and the album was mixed by Dave Fridmann. Anniversary edition artwork designed by Erin Knutson and Immanuel Yang, with additional photography by Matt Sav and Kevin Parker. 


      Side A:
      Be Above It
      Endors Toi
      Apocalypse Dreams
      Side B:
      Mind Mischief
      Music To Walk Home By
      Why Won’t They Talk To Me?
      Side C:
      Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
      Keep On Lying
      Side D:
      She Just Won’t Believe Me
      Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
      Sun’s Coming Up
      Side E:
      Retina Show (Unreleased Demo)
      Sidetracked Soundtrack (Unreleased Demo)
      Side F:
      Assorted Sketches, 2010-2012

      Tame Impala (Kevin Parker) has officially announced his fourth studio album, The Slow Rush out via Fiction Records. The Slow Rush was recorded between Los Angeles and Parker’s studio in his hometown of Fremantle, Australia. The twelve tracks were recorded, produced and mixed by Parker. The Slow Rush is Parker’s deep dive into the oceans of time, conjuring the feeling of a lifetime in a lightning bolt, of major milestones whizzing by while you’re looking at your phone, it’s a paean to creation and destruction and the unending cycle of life. Parker told the New York Times earlier this year, “A lot of the songs carry this idea of time passing, of seeing your life flash before your eyes, being able to see clearly your life from this point onwards. I’m being swept by this notion of time passing. There’s something really intoxicating about it.” The album cover was created in collaboration with photographer Neil Krug and features a symbol of humanity all but swallowed whole by the surrounding environment, as though in the blink of an eye.

      Tame Impala is Kevin Parker. His last album Currents was released in 2015 earning him a BRIT Award for Best International Group, a second GRAMMY nomination and went platinum in Australia, Gold in the USA, Canada, UK, France, Netherlands and Belgium, and enjoyed word-wide critical acclaim. The New York Times labeled it a "a tour de force" and Pitchfork said, "nearly every proper song on 'Currents' is a revelatory statement of Parker's range and increasing expertise as a producer, arranger, songwriter, and vocalist while maintaining the essence of Tame Impala." NPR noted, "[Parker] advocates for constant reinvention... That commitment to evolution helps make Tame Impala an unlikely but worthy candidate for major stardom."


      1. One More Year
      2. Instant Destiny
      3. Borderline
      4. Posthumous Forgiveness
      5. Breathe Deeper
      6. Tomorrow's Dust
      7. On Track
      8. Lost In Yesterday
      9. Is It True
      10. It Might Be Time
      11. Glimmer
      12. One More Hour

      LP 1
      Side A
      1. One More Year
      2. Instant Destiny
      3. Borderline
      Side B
      4. Posthumous Forgiveness
      5. Breathe Deeper
      6. Tomorrow's Dust
      LP 2
      Side C
      7. On Track
      8. Lost In Yesterday
      9. Is It True
      Side D
      10. It Might Be Time
      11. Glimmer
      12. One More Hour

      Justice / Tame Impala

      Erol Alkan Reworks

        Way back when (approx 12 years ago), in those glory days of dingy basements and gaffa taped trainers, a whole new genreration of dancers were taking a journey of musical discovery at the the invitation of one Erol Alkan and his banging clubnight Trash. Electroclash, nu-disco, post-punk, punk-funk, nu rave, techno, there was a fair bit of techno, and indie cuts all rubbed shoulders, pogoed and made out in the middle of the dancefloor, getting totally fucked up as Erol threw them into the blender. This series sees the Phantasy man showcase his ear for a tune and hand for a killer rework with retrospective series of his best reinterpretations.
        Hey, remember "We Are Your Friends"? That Simian cut those French guys turned into the happiest, electro pop winner you'd ever heard. Yeah man, Justice are softies. the fuck? This is some heavy shit...yeah...yeah mate...YEAH...this is the new sound!... So went many a conversation when Justice erupted onto the scene in 2006 with the headbanging electro of "Waters Of Nazareth". Not wanted to be shown up by a couple of Frenchies, main man about town Erol snatched the stems and cut the track into a non stop riot of balck metal synths, over-compressed drums and horrorshow organ. Hot shit! Flip the disc and take savour another side of Erol, the mushroom chomping, sunbathing, woodland dwelling psychedelic side which birthed the excellent Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve project. Presumably dressed in some sort of cape, Erol worked his magic on modern-day Aussie nugget "Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind", creating a slice of dancefloor psych you'd expect Todd Rundgren to turn out if his fusion cuts were ever any good.

        Modular is proud to announce that West Australia’s psych warriors Tame Impala will return with their new album 'Lonerism'.

        Again recorded and produced almost entirely by Kevin Parker in studios, planes, hotels and homes around the world, and mixed by the trailblazing Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips / MGMT), 'Lonerism'’s sound is not so much Tame Impala's sound reinvented as completely redrafted and stretched way, way out. It’s a quantum leap forward for the band, the seeds of which were sown shortly after their debut album ‘Innerspeaker’ was mixed.

        Featuring twelve new songs, 'Lonerism'’s most apparent advance is in its synthesizers - there’s swathes of them cutting melancosmic shapes across almost every track. There’s still the searing guitar lines, bouldering drums, free bass and of course Parker’s voice, but now there’s heavily mournful pads and sunshine lead lines from an army of analogue explorers in the mix. This is 60s / 70s psychedelic rock reborn and reinvented for 2012. A future classic!


        1. Be Above It
        2. Endors Toi
        3. Apocalypse Dreams
        4. Mind Mischief
        5. Music To Walk Home By
        6. Why Won't They Talk To Me?
        7. Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
        8. Keep On Lying
        9. Elephant
        10. She Just Won't Believe Me
        11. Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
        12. Sun's Coming Up

        With previous sought-after single releases on Hole In The Sky and Modular, hotly regarded Australian psych-rock outfit Tame Impala finally deliver their debut long player, "Innerspeaker". The album delivers a heady swirling mix of 60s psych influences such as Love, Cream and a general West Coast stoner rock vibe, mixed in with contemporary acts like Animal Collective and Dungen, all underpinned with an infectious melodic and at times quite poppy groove. The guitars are fuzzy and the vocals washed to the back of the mix, giving an overall feeling of being lifted from a "Nuggets" outakes LP.


        1. It Is Not Meant To Be
        2. Desire Be Desire Go
        3. Alter Ego
        4. Lucidity
        5. Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?
        6. Solitude Is Bliss
        7. Jeremy's Storm
        8. Expectation
        9. The Bold Arrow Of Time
        10. Runway, Houses, City, Clouds
        11. I Don't Really Mind

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