26. Tame Impala – Lonerism
Imagine if Kula Shaker or a similar psychedelic rock band learned the lessons of modern electronic pop bands like Animal Collective or Beach House. That’s pretty much what Australia’s Tame Impala is. It’s the Beatles most experimental phase meets oldold Pink Floyd meets Pitchfork-era buzzbands. Those comparisons to The Beatles are both obvious and welcome; the songs here are breezy and accessible despite their lavish electronic complexity. These soundscapes are begging to be sampled by other projects too. This is just a really nice sunny day album; a light but always interesting touch.
Originally Posted by Delano
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