Tame Impala's bassist, fan favourite Nick Allbrook, is no longer a member of the band.
It's only been a year since Beard, Wives, Denim, but Pond are striking while the iron's hot.
Ahead of their appearance at Groovin The Moo, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker tells FL probably a little more than he should…
The most maligned team song in the AFL has now become the coolest.
Perth’s Pond have put out a new single that matches their sister band Tame Impala in the epic stakes.
What originally started sixteen years ago on the lawns of Sydney University as a celebration of our country’s world-class arts scene seems to have fallen victim to the usual pitfalls of 21st Century festival-going and cultural cringe.
Aunty Meredith returned for 2012 in fine style, the good far outweighing the bad on a strange, beautiful Friday night.
Tame Impala have become the first Aussie band ever to top NME's Album of the Year poll.
Australian garage rock bands will be covering classics from the Nuggets compilation for a new album. celebrating the original's 40th anniversary
The reception to Pond's latest album Beards, Wives, Denim has been nothing short of rapturous. In front of sold-out Corner audience, they make their case for casting aside the "side project" label and becoming something far greater.
Ahead of the release of second album Lonerism, Kevin Parker has revealed to FL that he doesn’t really consider Tame Impala a band. Also, that they'll be touring in December.
Pond deliver a set chock-a-block with bombastic riffage, mixed with psychedelic swirl as the NSC gets a visit from the early 70s.
Pond play a packed out crowd at the Lo-Fi in Sydney touring the release of their latest psychedelic exploit - Beard, Wives, Denim. They're supported by two up and coming Sydney acts - The Laurels and The Gooch Palms.