Miguel – Waves (Tame Impala Remix)

Put Tame Impala on anything and it’s guaranteed that we’ll love it. This remix of “Waves” is no exception, as their psychedelic guitars and synths go perfectly with Miguel’s airy vocals. These dudes have been killing it this past year –  with a Grammy nomination and a constantly sold out tour schedule. Check out their latest album Currents here if you haven’t already.

The Hood Internet – Let It Happen x I Still Got It (Mash-Up)


I haven’t enjoyed a mash-up this much since graduating college… But when I heard the greatest rap trio of the last decade and the most impressive one man band seamlessly mixed in a song, it felt like I was transported into an alternate universe where literally anything is possible. This mix isn’t the only randomly good mash-up by The Hood Internet – go dive into their extensive song collection on Soundcloud.

Pepa Knight – Eventually (Tame Impala Cover)


Jinja Safari front man, Pepa Knight bravely took on Tame Impala’s single “Eventually” and absolutely aced it. Stream his mellowed out acoustic cover of the upbeat psych pop track below.

Led Zeppelin – Ramble On (Attlas Remix)


Didn’t think it was possible to remix Led Zeppelin into a track that doesn’t ruin the original, but this rewokk of “Ramble On” is amazing. The airy instrumentals produced by Attlas go perfectly with the powerful vocals of Robert Plant, and we can’t stop listening to it.

Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better (Live on Colbert)

Our fascination with Tame Impala continues to grow with each live performance. Last night, they had the entirety of Terminal 5 in New York City absolutely mesmerized with their psychedelic visuals and Kevin Parker and the gang’s ability to execute perfect live renditions of their masterful psych-rock compositions.”The Less I Know The Better”, one of the catchier tracks off their latest album, Currents, was definitely a top crowd pleaser within their 2 hour set. If you weren’t there, we sincerely feel for you…. but here’s a recording of them performing that tune on last night’s Late Show With Stephen Colbert to hold you down.