Tame Impala’s Perfection of a Smooth, Layered and Intergalactic Journey of Letting Go and Building the Perfect Intimacy with Album Currents.
This Psych-Rock Australian artist is so flawless with his craft and clearly deserved the Grammy Awards for he received for Best Alternative Music Album and the ARIA Music Awards he won for Best Rock Album and Album of the Year for Currents in 2015. For me Tame Impala truly took my breath away with how amazing he gets down in the studio producing and the vocals that he lays, I was in love when I first heard him and ever since then. I love Tame Impala’s way with words, “I’m a man, woman. Don’t always think before I do. ‘Cause I’m a man, woman. That’s the only answer I’ve got for you. I’m a human, human,” leaving a wondrous effect on the mind, with flexible outlooks. “I have a conscious and its never fooled but its prune to being overruled, You wanna know what I always think I’m bind by, you never accept defeat or let it slide,” showing a transparency in a weakness and showing of defeat in the song “Cause I’m A Man.” These are just a few of the risks that Tame Impala takes on Currents, but the production is also out of this world and doesn’t seem or feel like this was by mistake. There is a massive woke energy present on Currents it doesn’t fade or disappear clearly there is a recycling theme of consciousness. The album also stikes a new embarking in music than we’ve seen before on former albums as we see Tame Impala transitioning to more a dance disposition with fixations of guitar & synthesizers, for some club crossover rock star hits.