Tame Impala have been riding hot ever since the release of their most excellent album Lonerism. They brought their ever-so trippy sound to Webster Hall and dominated the place with relative ease. Kevin Parker’s hypnotic melodies were something to behold live, leaving everyone in the crowd practically in a trance. Sharp psychadelic melodies from both albums held up incredibly well live, creating delightfully colorful shape-shifting visions.
Kevin Parkers vocals sound as good as can be live, you really could mistake the man for John Lennon. You could choose to get lost in his soaring vocals, or the tight trippy nature of his band. Whether it’s the harder jam of songs like “Elephant” or “Solitude Is Bliss” or the mesmerzing cut of “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”, the band had everyone in awe with their ability to transcribe such otherworldy sounds.
Tame Impala easily sold out Webster & Music Hall of Williamsburg, and it won’t be much longer until they’re selling out much bigger venues in the near future.