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Currents is the third studio album by acclaimed psych rockers Tame Impala, to be released on 17 July 2015 on Interscope Records. It will include: "Let It Happen", released as a free download; the first official single, "'Cause I'm a Man", and the other singles "Disciples" and “Eventually”. Kevin Parker, the musician behind Tame Impala, explained that Currents is about the process of personal transformation. He said, "It follows the progression of someone feeling like they are becoming something else. They're becoming the kind of person they thought they'd never become."
|1. Let It Happen|
|3. The Moment|
|4. Yes I'm Changing|
|7. The Less I Know The Better|
|8. Past Life|
|10. Cause I'am a Man|
|11. Reality In Motion|
|13. New Person,Same Old Mistakes|
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The songs? "Let It Happen" is a nearly 8 minute kinetic, anxiety-soaked, dance track that pulsates urgency and the vibe of "when it happens, let it happen." There seems to be a million things happening in this song, yet it never feels overindulgent. It seems to encapsulate everything about Tame Impala that I've grown to love about them(or him.) "The Moment" could be a b-side from Thriller. I could so completely hear Michael Jackson singing this great track. All the studio trickery with delays, echoes, and ethereal synths are here, but Parker's voice is much more in the center and pulled up for us to hear. It's a much more clear-eyed approach to a Tame Impala tune that we haven't heard before. "Yes I'm Changing" is pretty much an all out ballad. A song about coming to grips with the idea we don't always stay the same. People grow apart and that's that. Parker has tinkered with sentiment before, but here he's embracing it completely. "Eventually" has an "It Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" vibe to it, if you threw in some 80s Genesis on top and coated it with some powdered sugar. One of my absolute favorite tracks is the sublime "The Less I Know The Better". For me, this song epitomizes a childhood of sitting in the backseat of my mom and dad's 1984 Honda Accord and those rides being soundtracked by early 80s FM radio. The electric piano, the wurlitzer, the disco-lite beat, and the falsetto are throwbacks to a time in pop music that is looked back upon as cheesy and processed; yet Parker seems to make it relevant and poignant. This song is about as perfect a pop track as they come. "Disciples" comes in and out of the speakers in less than 2 minutes but it's classic a classic psych rock guitar track. "Cause I'm A Man" is a skewed slow jam. THC-fueled R&B. "Reality In Motion" sounds like something Parker may have penned for Melody Prochet but decided to keep it for himself. "New Person, Same Old Mistakes" feels like a mantra put to stark pop bliss. It's slow, loping drum beat and intricately placed musical easter eggs make for some great headphone listening.
Currents does something quite fantastical in that it takes the uncool and makes it cool again. Those cheesy electric piano sounds you heard in Richard Marx songs in the mid-80s? Well they're not cheesy anymore. Kevin Parker takes the uncool and makes it vital. Currents is a pop record from another dimension. A dimension where Kevin Parker co-wrote "Billie Jean" with Michael Jackson and smoked up with Alan Parsons. It's one of the best records of the year.
Between the Stranger in Moscow cover, the Mick Ronson collab (which didn't grab me), and his admission of an entire album written for Kylie Minogue, what we hear on Currents isn't a huge surprise for me. I'm able to embrace Currents for what it is, a series of well-crafted "pop" songs from Mr. Parker. While nothing grabs me as much as Keep On Lying, Mind Mischief, or Led Zeppelin, from Lonerism, overall I think this latest flows more evenly as a whole. And the song that does grab me, Past Life, reminds me of a really enjoyable Medicine tune sabotaged by useless monologue (somebody please post a remix, quickly).
My advice? Enjoy this album for what it is and brace yourself for the next musical chapter.
As with any vinyl, this sounds better than any type of digital format. I feel like a band like Tame Impala you really notice the difference though because they are so crunchy. This is a must-have for any vinyl enthusiast who keeps their collection up to date with current music.