This has been a busy summer for indie-pop band MisterWives, they have been traveling across the United States performing at some major festivals including Firefly in Maryland, Lollapalooza in Chicago, and Outside Lands in San Francisco. Despite their hectic festival schedule the band still had time to shoot a brand new music video for the title track off their latest full-length album “Our Own House” which premiered 8/13 on mtvU. [Read more…]
Cal wastes no time in this weeks Timeflies Tuesday by instantly hitting us with a freestyle straight from pictures of various famous celebrities and notable figures including Chuck Norris, Taylor Swift, Albert Einstein, and Spongebob. The freestyle continues throughout the TFT video accompanied by the chorus from The Weeknd’s radio smash “Can’t Feel My Face”. [Read more…]
Seems like it was just yesterday that I first came across Collin McLoughlin, but in reality it has been almost 5 years. During that time he has been a contestant on NBC’s The Voice, and he has collaborated with the likes of Dash Berlin, Jay Cosmic, Laidback Luke, Project 46, and Vicetone. [Read more…]
The hype is continuing to build for Timeflies highly anticipated 2nd album “Just For Fun”, with just over 2 months before the release fans are starting to get excited. The proof of that came with the huge crowds who showed up to NYC’s Time Square last week for the “Worse Things Than Love” music video premier. Today Cal & Rez decided to release a second single off the LP “Just For Fun”, the single is called “Undress Rehearsal”. [Read more…]
Kevin Parker, mastermind of Tame Impala, continues to grow as an artist with Currents. Taking a look at his past two creations, Innerspeaker and Lonerism are flooded with elements of music belonging to the Woodstock decade and bands like Led Zeppelin in the 70s; the highly psychedelic guitar, experimental synth, the muffled drum beats, and echoey vocals. With Currents, the vocals, synth, and bass seem to be the focal point. Three years after Lonerism, Parker has jumped into the 80s pop, but with a twist. Utilizing powerful and ambient synth, dreamy vocals, and jazzy bass, Tame Impala dominates the fairly new psych-pop genre.
Last night New York’s own Timeflies took to Time Square for the premier of the music video for their new single “Worse Things Than Love”, out now on Forty Eight Fifty/Island Records. Surrounded by hundreds of fans Cal and Rez lead an acoustic sing along while the video played on the massive screens behind them.